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December New Releases. Join Now. King in Black: Namor 1 Busiek , Scharf. Every story is set somewhere. The setting is the backdrop for the actions of your characters, and depending on your story can be an integral part of the narrative.
You need actors for your story. Your characters move the action, they speak the dialogue, and they are who the reader connects with.
Develop your characters over time; this is especially important for strips that form longer narratives. Every story needs a conflict to drive it.
This can be as simple as checking the mail or as complex as saving the universe. The theme of your comic is what drives the day to day creation.
Your theme will also dictate your audience. This is the vibe of your comic. Are you writing a comedy? Is your story more of a drama?
Your possibilities are endless. Combine comedy with drama, make it dark, or light-hearted. Write a romance, or a gripping political thriller.
Your tone will be expressed through dialogue, narrative text, and visuals. Write what you know. This will also help you keep your own voice in your writing, and prevent you from copying too much from other comics.
Decide on a style. Because you are creating a comic, your visual style will be the first aspect of your comic that the reader encounters.
Choose a style that matches both the tone of your story and the image you have in your head. Experiment with various styles until you find one that feels natural to draw and to write for.
There are a variety of popular styles that you can practice and then adapt to your own needs. There are exceptions to this, however, as with every rule when it comes to creating something.
Pick a format. There are no set conventions when it comes to format, though comics typically fall into three categories: Single frame, Strip , and Page length comic book.
Experiment with different formats until you find one that suits your story, characters, and setting. A single frame comic is typically reserved for comedy.
These comics do not require much setup, and rely on visual gags and one or two lines of dialogue. It can be difficult to form a narrative using single frames, so most can be read in any order.
Political comics are also typically one or two frames. A comic strip is a sequence of frames. There is no set length for a strip, though most are usually one or two lines of frames each.
This is one of the most popular formats for many webcomics and daily funnies, as they allow for narrative development but are still short enough to produce regularly.
A comic page is a larger undertaking than a strip. Having the whole page to work with provides more freedom to manipulate frames, but also means you need more content per page.
Creating full pages is typically the result of making a comic book or graphic novel, where you are telling a longer, more cohesive story. Part 2 of Write a script.
The length and detail of the script will vary depending on the style of your comic. A single frame comic may only have a line or two.
Regardless, write it out to help you judge how well the story reads. Write your script as a sequence of frames.
Treat each frame as a separate scene to help you manage the flow of the story. Make sure that the dialogue does not dominate the frame.
Comics are a visual medium, and so a lot of your action and implied meaning will be coming through in the illustrations. Sketch out the frames.
You will be creating storyboard thumbnails. Do this as you write the script. This very rough sketch will help you visualize the flow of the comic.
Once your thumbnails are drawn, you can try swapping their order or making adjustments to change the impact of the strip.
Make sure your panel layout makes sense. Always remember that readers will move from left to right, top to bottom, except when reading manga which is read from right to left.
Use different sizes and shapes for panels to help guide the reader. Experiment with different uses for text. Beyond dialogue, text can be used in many different ways.
Sound can be displayed through the use of sound effect words. Exclamations can occur outside of regular speech bubbles to add extra impact.
Ask yourself if every frame matters. The same is true for a comic. If the frame doesn't move the story or the comedy or the conflict forward, then cut it and either replace it with something that does or scrap it.
Experiment with the frame structure. A lot of successful comics break convention when it comes to frames. If you are publishing the comic yourself, feel free to explore as many different framing options as you like.
Just remember that any stylistic choices should always be in service of the story. Part 3 of Create the frames.
Use the ruler to draw your frames. Do this on a suitable paper. Working at double size makes it easier to draw details.
If you make your comic visible on a monitor with a resolution of x , most users will not have an issue.
Many viewers will not enjoy scrolling left and right in a web page to view a comic. Keep this in mind when laying out the comic.
Scrolling up and down is typically much more acceptable. Start adding content to your frames. Draw in light pencil so that you can easily erase and make adjustments.
Continue adjusting your drawing until you have the outline for your final ink. Make sure to take the space needed for your dialogue into account.
Leave blank space to include dialogue bubbles, thought bubbles, narration boxes, exclamations, and sound effect words.
Draw your final lines. Many comic artists go over the pencil lines with ink. This allows the artist to erase the remaining pencil lines after inking is finished.
Take time to make sure the final lines are polished. If writing dialogues by hand, add them now. Make any final revisions to the dialogue and text as you add it to the page.
Chances are things will change as they make the transition from script to comic. Scan the comic. Once the inking is done, you can scan the comic onto a computer.
This will allow you to add typed text as well as use image editing software to color the comic if you choose. Scanning the comic also makes publishing it online much easier.
Scan your picture in at DPI dots per inch. This resolution will keep your drawn lines intact and crisp looking.
When scanning black and white images, make sure to choose the grayscale options. This is especially important for pictures with lots of shading.
Clean up the image. Once you have the drawn comic scanned, you can use Photoshop to erase small mistakes or pencil lines that you may have missed. You can use Photoshop tools to add extra shading and stronger lines as well.
Create your own font. One way to help your comic stand apart from others is to use a custom font.