Process help

Process help
« on: Nov 05, 2018, 11:17 AM »
Hey guys, i am looking to use a process where i can do digital pencils in Clip Studio and make use of the tools it offers, print those transfer them to bristol board somehow for traditional inking and then scan for digital coloring, i have no idea how to get the pencils on the bristol, i could also use help with settings for page set up in Clip studio page size and export setting and such.

many thanks.
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Re: Process help
« Reply #1 on: Nov 05, 2018, 02:42 PM »
Hi, my first question would be what type of printer and scanner do you have? Or are you also looking to get those as well to help your process? In terms of that process pocketmouse has done similar stuff in that she pencils it then rearranged the panels digitally and then inks traditionally, so I would recommend asking her here or on discord for more details and advice for this process.
In terms of page size one of the options clip studio has when making a new file is to make it going by page size, this option I find generally under the comic section when making a new file but I believe there is a way to choose the size of a file by preset pages. Also if your printing it your DPI needs to be at least 300 if not 600.
« Last Edit: Nov 05, 2018, 02:46 PM by ArtsandGoodies »

Re: Process help
« Reply #2 on: Nov 05, 2018, 03:07 PM »
I'm Just working on intro pages so I shouldn't expect to be printing, I don't have my own scanner or printer I will be looking in to getting them in the future, I have access to an a4 combo i shouldn't imagine its any kind of good but if I have to pay a printer I don't mind. ok, thank you for the advice I will drop on and see if she is about at some point thank you. :)
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Re: Process help
« Reply #3 on: Nov 05, 2018, 03:31 PM »
Good luck on doing your intro if you haven’t already you can make an incubator thread, on top of that posting your progress in the art chat on the void discord is good for getting quick advice since people are more active on there.

Re: Process help
« Reply #4 on: Nov 07, 2018, 07:06 PM »
Set your page size to 11x17, do your digital pencils in a nonphoto blue, then take those files to your local print shop and have them printed right onto 11x17 Bristol board. Ink them and scan the pages, and your blue lines will disappear with a quick adjustment to the black and white values. 

 


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