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What does your drawing process?
look like?

For standalone pieces, my work usually goes through the standard process of...

Rough sketch --> Clean sketch -->

Lineart --> Flats --> Lighting --> all the fixins.

What is your process for making comics?

I have to start with an outline that gets refined into a script. It's pretty easy for me to come up with scenes and each character's pose/expression, but if I don't write down a line then I forget it almost immediately.

After that, the script gets thumb-nailed, the panels get officially laid out, and then I go through basically the same process as my regular art, albeit simplified. Comics are read in an instant, so I don't spend as much time on each panel as I would an illustration.

Where can I read
you draw

Absolutely! For a small fee. On that note, if you have any holidays, weddings, birthdays,

or other events that require

gift-giving coming up, may I suggest a custom-made portrait of your loved one and perhaps their family/significant other/pets/etc.? I can also create your next profile picture, header, and/or wallpaper!

View more information here.

What do you use to make your work?

For ten years, my answer to that was Photoshop CS4 and a Wacom Intuos 3 (with a brief period of using a newer Wacom tablet that sadly died on me). I've since switched to a 12" iPad Pro and started using Procreate for illustrations and Clip Studio Paint for comics. I highly recommend the whole set, especially for beginner artists! It was affordable and works well :)

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