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Thursday, July 21, 2005

Case Management #3

Rejoice all ye faithful. The scanner at work was finally fixed. Plus I finished up a major project, so I'm back to goofin' off. I can now proudly present the third attempt at a web comic. As I said before, I'm leaning toward trying to make things look better... and in this case, that means limiting myself to a single panel. I had some fun learning how to use the gradient tool in Photoshop and I tried to keep the artwork at the highest resolution possible. I've already done a mock-up of the next installment... and don't worry... speech bubbles and multiple panels are coming back! Thanks for being suportive y'all. _Cartoons

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At 7/22/2005 10:14:00 PM, Blogger diane said...

It looks great: I like the contrast between the crosshatching and the svelty hair job. It made me laugh. It was poignant, sad and real.

 

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