And so ends this chapter of Endstone. I’m going to take a break, but please stay tuned… there’s much more to come!
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So I’ve decided Endstone will go back to color, at least until the end of this chapter (which is almost upon us).
For all you comic creating geeks out there, I’ve stumbled upon a new method (for me) for laying down color (flatting). This method involves using reference layers in Clip Studio Paint. The computer basically estimates where the colored areas should be (and fairly accurately). It saves me hours of tedious work getting the proper color between inked lines. If you wanna know how, shoot me an email and I’ll pass along the details.
Most of the time I’m a curmudgeon, but in this case I love technology. 🙂 See you soon.
Edit: Here’s a great YouTube video on how to use reference layers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owAOJ-Q5sws
Another colored page? Yep. I’ve been on vacation, traveling overseas for the past two weeks. I find drawing difficult while on an airplane, however coloring is easy. So here you go… enjoy.
Endstone is back in color, for this page only at least. I had planned to cut this scene since I felt it really didn’t advance the plot and the figures were drawn a bit small. But I did like to see Kyri and Cole interact and I thought I could “punch-up” the page with some color. I hope you like it. ☺ I was starting to forget what the characters looked like in color.
I wish I could color them all but unfortunately I just don’t have the time. see you soon!
Attention Google. Endstone is fantasy webcomic. It’s also a comic book and graphic novel. In addition, it has post-apocalyptic tendencies. It has issues… literally and figuratively.