0494 - September 26th, 2013, 7:49 pm
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[Posted by ErrePi on September 26th, 2013, 7:36 pm]


Hey, you guys read DDGI. What kind've log line would you write? "A family dramedy focused on four siblings and their CRAZY ADVENTURES."

Let's put that one as a maybe.


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[Posted by Motok on September 27th, 2013, 12:35 pm]

I srly love when you make those dramatic blocks and it looks like He will do a deep meaning question and then... chicken xD I love this comic, Im glad you're back :>


[Posted by ErrePi on September 30th, 2013, 1:44 am]

@Motok: Haha, I thought the lineart came out pretty shitty so I just made it into a silhouette which, yes, made it more epic than it needed to be.



[Posted by Nemui on September 30th, 2013, 4:49 pm]

How do you do it?! I mean... I already know how you draw your comic but there's a je ne sais quoi that I can't grasp because it's so simple and beautiful.

Do you spend hours and hours laboring on these pages or do you just dab colors and abstract shapes effortlessly. I'm still amazed even though I've read all pages up to this point.

I'm sorry that I'm rambling. I'm very much into comics, scripting and making them so I tend to ponder even the most banal of things such as how one draws their comics.

I would draw your comic for you but the results will be DISASTROUS because I am not at your level yet.


[Posted by ErrePi on September 30th, 2013, 9:30 pm]

@Nemui: Oh my god, you're being so nice, hahaha.

My art really isn't that great! It gets the work done and that's about all I can ask for.

The pages actually don't take me that long at all. I thought since I switched to this new style, it would take longer but it takes about the same amount of time as always. In the beginning, pages would take 20 minutes so I was able to update five times a week. Nowadays it's about an hour a page so I'm able to get all the pages done in a day.

DDGI takes me longer, depending on what it is. For the strip comics, anywhere from half an hour to 3 hours. The long format ones take about 2-4 hours depending on how distracted I get.

But yeah! The pages really don't take me that long.

It's not that hard to get to my level! Just keep drawing!

But I'm glad you think it's beautiful. Thank you.


[Posted by Nemui on October 1st, 2013, 2:31 pm]

@ErrePi: Thank you for answering! I really admire comic art that is simple but very effective. I have yet to "master" that technique!

20 minutes? Wow... that is amazingly fast! My 20 minutes are often spent... in a disorganized manner so I often end up spending 4 hours just to complete ONE panel (I really need to discipline myself to just be focused).

I will keep drawing so that I can be confident with my lines and use a more simple style.

Thanks for the information and advices!


[Posted by ErrePi on October 1st, 2013, 2:46 pm]

@Nemui: Oh, uh. If you need some advice then I have some to give!

The reason I can draw pretty quickly is because I started sketching in ink, not in pencil. You make some mistakes when you start out and you start scratching it out, but after a while you get comfortable with getting the lines drawn in one stroke rather than going over and erasing a lot.

As they say, you don't finish an art piece, you abandon it. Sketching in ink gives you more confidence and talent to get it done faster. I don't know what your art looks like so I can't really say much, haha.

I don't sketch much in pen these days mostly just 'cause it's expensive...

BUT YEAH. Good luck on your endeavors!

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