How To Color Comic Books! The One Minute Experiment.

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I’ve always wondered what it would look like to see a page done REALLY fast, but if I speed my videos up too fast, all of the zooming and panning is headache-inducing!

So I opened a 2nd window on another monitor and recorded that at the same size throughout–although I did accidently zoom towards the end without realizing it. So enjoy this page from the NAILBITER-HACK/SLASH crossover in about 30 seconds!

So you may not learn much here, but this one is just a quirky little experiment, enjoy!

Line art by Emilio Laiso. Colors by me. NAILBITER/HACK/SLASH CROSSOVER. Art used with permission.

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What software are you using?
Photoshop CS6, but it doesn’t matter what version use for most things.

What recording software do you use?
Camtasia Recorder 8

What digital tablet do you use?
For most videos, a twelve-year old Wacom Intuos2. When I want to color away from my desk, a Wacom Cintiq Companion. These Photoshop techniques work on any tablet though.

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