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Behind the Scenes

Comic 13 took a huge leap forward in regards to the illustrative process! After extensive hours of practice within Adobe Illustrator, we finally experimented with skipping the more traditional inking stage and diving head first into the digital realm. After pencil sketches were wrapped up sufficiently, they were scanned and the final “inked” lines were drawn entirely digital within Illustrator itself. Although this took longer than our tried and true method, the resulting artwork comes out much cleaner and grants us the opportunity to repurpose assets more efficiently across both comics and other avenues!

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  1. Haha, I remember purchasing my first and thus far only $100+ set, the old fishing store, and feeling so incredibly guilty to myself. I could not imagine trying to explain that specific set’s price point to a significant other.

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  2. My wife would kill me if I bought that set without her knowledge. She wouldn’t mind at all if I found a way to get the money and not affect our bill money though.

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  3. Well… now I’m curious just how many $100+ sets I’ve purchased.

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  4. I am glad to know that I am not the only one in this boat and its far more common then I thought. 😛

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  5. 800…

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