How to write a Comic Script?

Hey Everyone in this post I will telling you how to write your own comic strip and how it is usually organized. When it comes to scripts even when your talking about in movies, plays, dramas, TV shows, etc. you need too always start with your ideas and generate a plot. To be very honest just about all scripts are very similar just that the formats change a bit when dealing with Comics. Like with Comics your dealing with panels so you have to write what is happening , what’s being said, how the background/artwork will be, camera angle, and how big the panel will be. When I say Panel I’m talking about how big the box comic where you draw you scene in will be. Below is an example of a comic strip I made by using the comic script outline. You may use this as a reference and is copyright by brownscomicart.com. I will have an Artist too page about comic scripts coming soon.

Weather Talk Comics(Evacuation)week 1

Weather Talk Comics Page 1
Weather Talk Comics Page 2
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What is Rendering? Why is it important?

As you have seen from my post as well as my art galleries I render a lot using computer programs called DazStudio and currently trying out Poser Pro 11. What is Rendering? Rendering is the process taking your 3D scene and converting it into a 2D image or animation. So far I’ve used DazStudio and they have great rendering tools where it takes your image and you can render in 1440 HD pixels. Iray in Daz Studio is a very good tool when rendering your final image. It’s your choice on how great a quality you want your image too look like. Soon on my artist tips page I will have  a journal on how to render in full HD in DazStudio. Poser updates will come later as I learn to use the program a little more. Below are more Renders I’ve been doing in DazStudio.

Browns Model Pose
Browns Model Pose

 

Browns Model Pose 4
Browns Model Pose 4