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TRMcLeod TRMcLeod said:

Lettering is a struggle for me. I am still learning. I also didn't make it easier on myself with the font size. I made the font bigger since page 24 so it could be easier to read on mobile. Printed version font will be smaller and match pages prior to page 24.

24th Jul 2021, 7:26 AM


Firefly Jelly

Firefly Jelly Firefly Jelly

Great-;looking page. Expressive figures and the ethereal washes of color really make this.

24th Jul 2021, 7:45 AM


TRMcLeod TRMcLeod

Thank you. I had fun with this one. My main goal was to avoid too many talking heads.

24th Jul 2021, 7:15 PM


Tooniator Tooniator

The font you chose doesn't seem to lend itself to low resolution. Some step in you process is lowering the text resolution, which makes the letters look funky. The art is fine, but the bubble borders seems to be suffering as well. Probably a parameter on the software you are using to add in the text bubbles need to be adjusted.

1st Aug 2021, 7:22 AM


TRMcLeod TRMcLeod

Lettering has been a learning process. Thanks for suggestions on the resolution. I've been lettering using Clip Studio Paint. I'll play with it a bit more to see if I can get the text to be clearer. Or maybe I should look into a design app for lettering.

1st Aug 2021, 11:54 AM


...(RockB) ...(RockB)

The bigger font size helps a lot but I still think (now that I read all again) that the font you used first was better, If you could make that one a little bit bigger and increase the line spacing of it, it would be even better.

4th Sep 2021, 5:16 AM


TRMcLeod TRMcLeod

I'm going to try that thanks. Lettering is a true and very important art. Every letter out there deserves tons and mountains of appreciation.

4th Sep 2021, 10:58 AM

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