Everything off the top of my head that I think would benefit you on your webcomic journey.
Created for #ClipStudioTips2020
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0:00 - Introduction
0:56 - What’s a Webtoon / intro to scrolling format
1:30 - How to set up your file in Clip Studio Paint /sizing
2:52 - Templates (you can use these to easily set up organization systems you usually do all the time)
5:09 - Storyboard (VERTICAL VERTICAL VERTICAL).
6:04 - Scene transitions!! (These are super cool, I’ll try these during my next episode. Thank you 💕)
10:25 - Action scenes 🤺
13:01 - Spacing!! (IMO one of the most important things for new Webtoon artists to learn)
14:13 - Bubbling (you should NEVER have to zoom in to read the dialog in a Webtoon, it breaks immersion)
16:26 - What are auto actions? (your new best friend lmao)
17:17 - Shading (lasso fill is also one of my favorite tools for shading, I do a pretty similar technique. I recommend moving it to your selection tool box instead of in your shape tool box, since I use them together a lot)
17:55 - Sub view! Helps color pick quick! You can also get “Pure Ref” to store reference images on an infinite canvas.
19:08 - Registered materials! A major timesaver tbh. Make sure to keep them neatly labeled and in folders so they’re easy to find.
20:09 - Lineart (These tips work way better on vector layers. The vector eraser saves so much time)
22:13 - Backgrounds - 3d models, photobashing with images you the proper rights to.
24:48 - Typography for sfx (Rip my handwriting). I recommend registering common ones as brushes or materials.
26:00 - exporting to webtoon / tapas
27:06 - wrap up!!
Resource links in description
Thank you so much for sharing this info with us!! I learned some new things and I’m excited to try them out ☺️✨