Notes of an Amature Something

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jerkdouglas:

 Every time I pick up manga studio’s fancy curve drawing tools, I flash-forward to a dystopian future where I’m stuck working in an animation program with very minimal or inefficient inking tools for a possible future client. (THIS PROGRAM IS KNOWN AS FLASH.)
 After the middle two gross mutations, I had another premonition where I’d be stuck without a line stabilizer, so off it went. Leaving the rightmost attempt a product of quick hail-mary strokes, with many many grody undos and exploding wrists.
 Wasn’t I surprised when it came out looking the best!

jerkdouglas:

 Every time I pick up manga studio’s fancy curve drawing tools, I flash-forward to a dystopian future where I’m stuck working in an animation program with very minimal or inefficient inking tools for a possible future client. (THIS PROGRAM IS KNOWN AS FLASH.)

 After the middle two gross mutations, I had another premonition where I’d be stuck without a line stabilizer, so off it went. Leaving the rightmost attempt a product of quick hail-mary strokes, with many many grody undos and exploding wrists.

 Wasn’t I surprised when it came out looking the best!

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