Comic Book Artist Tutorials Podcast-EP-019 part2

Digital Inking with Adobe Illustrator.Welcome to Episode 19 part 2 of the Comic Book Artist Tutorials Podcast.Today we tackle digital inking with Adobe Illustrator CS5 the professional digital art program for Windows 32 bit and 64 bit users and Mac users.You will learn how to digital ink comic book and manga artwork using various tools in Adobe Illustrator.No matter if you own a tablet or just a mouse-this episode will show you how to ink others or you own comic pages using Illustrator.Plus in this part of the podcast- we will explore the awesome new perspective grid tools in Illustrator and how to use them with your digital inking.Also we will discuss how to quickly auto ink pencils and create/turn penciled artwork into fully inked vector graphics.All on the podcast today.Enjoy!

Weekly podcast on Comic Book and manga Artist Tutorials.Subjects range from cell shaded anime artwork,Coloring comic books pages and manga pages,digital inking,digital coloring,digital toning aka ziptone effects for comic pages, and even comic book and manga lettering tutorials- you get the drift- we do comic book and manga artist tutorials.Tutorials are created using such programs as Photoshop,Illustrator,Gimpshop,Corel Painter,Artweaver,Opencanvas,Pixia, and Manga studio Debut.
copyright 2010 © Brian Robinson comicbookartisttutorials@gmail.com

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Weekly podcast on Comic Book and manga Artist Tutorials.Subjects range from cell shaded anime artwork,Coloring comic books pages and manga pages,digital inking,digital coloring,digital toning aka ziptone effects for comic pages, and even comic book and manga lettering tutorials- you get the drift- we do comic book and manga artist tutorials.Tutorials are created using such programs as Photoshop,Illustrator,Gimpshop,Corel Painter,Artweaver,Opencanvas,Pixia, and Manga studio debut. copyright 2012 © Brian Robinson cbrcomics@gmail.com