You know that comic when Reginald says he rather not have an opinion, cause that way nobody can disagree with him? That comic made me realize I'm a lot more like Reginald than I'd expected. Are you more like Reginald or Beartato?
I am actually most similar to a tertiary character from the alternate universe Beartato novels, Cool Danthony:
He just transferred here from a different school, but he’s very popular since on his first day he saved the team quarterback, Goku, from bullies. He’s very smart and good at sports and his eyes change color depending on his mood.
(real answer: as much as I’d like to say Beartato, it’s Reginald. We all know it’s Reginald.)
Of course… why would anyone not be allowed to draw dogs on Tuesdays?
I should point out once more that I did not invent Draw a Dog Tuesdays and I don’t really know more about it than anyone else. I just started occasionally drawing dogs on Tuesdays because my friends Brian and K.C. did it and I like them and I like dogs and drawing.
Hey, I literally just registered on tumblr to ask you a question. Will davis ever appear in a comic hanging out/doing stuff/battling beartato and reginald? Props on everything, your sense of humor is amazing!
I don’t have anything planned but I suppose anything is possible. Maybe Davis can co-star in a Beartato comic which is really just a concealed spinoff for his own series, “Hotel Davis,” where Davis runs a hotel and every week he helps a celebrity guest solve a mystery. It will be critically acclaimed and win several awards for a few seasons, then it will settle into mediocrity for a while before eventually becoming just offensively bad. Meanwhile I, having become filthy rich off licensing deals (Davis bike handlebars, Davis-flavored toothpaste, etc.), will manage my money very poorly and end up with nothing but a closed Denny’s restaurant, which I will rename to Davis’s. I’ll invite my friends for a free meal, but all of them will be busy that day. It turns out, however, that they’re not busy; it’s just that hanging out with me makes them sad.
One time I saw you post a picture of a ninja turtle holding a gun. It was basically one of the cutest/best things but now I can't find it and I guess what I'm asking is can you post it again because for some reason at this moment in time that picture is something I absolutely have to see again or else I guess I'll just kind of be a little disappointed and then go to sleep.
Photoshop CS6 or CC users: here’s something I just learned that you may find as helpful as I do. There’s an Adobe Labs program called Configurator that lets you make customized panels for your frequently used tools, menu items, or actions. Why not spend Presidents’ Day optimizing your workflow?
Hello! Here is a little tip for Manga Studio 5 regarding one of my favorite features which isn’t immediately apparent. It has to do with vector layers and erasers.
First, create a vector layer by clicking the “New Vector Layer” at the bottom of the Layers palette:
Now, the secret of this technique lies in your eraser. Select the eraser tool and choose the pen you’d like to use, then check out the settings. Under “Erase,” select the option “Erase up to Intersection.”
Now, whenever you erase part of a line on the vector layer, it will erase the entire line up to the point where it intersects another line.
This makes it much easier to clean up stray lines, so you can be looser in your inking and still end up with a fairly tidy end drawing. Have fun!
One reason I’ve been so busy lately is that I recently starting coloring Atomic Robo. Scott’s artwork is a lot of fun to color (lots of great shapes in there). Check out the first panel in the last page in that preview! There’s so much action! Anyway, it’s fun, and there are robots and cowboys, so I hope you all check it out when it’s released.
Because I am madly in love with Manga Studio 5EX and want as many people as possible to be able to enjoy it, I feel I would be remiss not to point out that Smith Micro is currently having a sale and you can get it for a really great discount both on their site