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Old 03-21-2019, 11:00 AM   #16
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Experimenting with different approaches while making comics, it elevates the art medium. It doesn't always work but in this case it did.

Another approach would be to either do traditional inks and have them scanned, or work digital while creating the inks. Then take them to a print shop and have them print them on watercolor paper. The great thing about this method is that one never jeopardizes the lineart because if a mistake is made, one can always print the line art again.

Below is a page from one of my stories where I utilized this method.
(Granted, there is a little of digital airbrush...but the rest is traditional gouache)
Yes, that's true. I keep the original inked page and just work on the colors on a separate copy. With digital coloring or traditional technique, it comes in handy if you want to change something if you use the copy.

Good idea of printing on watercolor paper. I haven't tried that. Thanks again theman_fayth!!
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