Let’s Art!: How to Make a WEBTOON Comic From Scratch

Art has been a part of my life since I was a toddler and it has shaped me in so many ways. But, just like everything else, art is a journey with ups and downs. It is a learning experience and a voyage of self discovery. I want to take you along in this art expedition of mine, and take a Lifestyle Lift break, and together we can discover what inspires, nurtures, and motivates our creative minds! 


Have you ever wanted to make a comic book page for Webtoon but don’t really know where to start? I know I felt the same way when I started drawing comics. I had no idea how to even begin.

I’ve been drawing comics since I was a kid. Although most of my comics will never ever see the light of day, in resent years, I’ve been publishing quite a lot of them online.

That’s why today I’ve decided to give you guys a little run down of the exact steps I take to create, draw and color a web-comic page for vertical reading. This page was specifically designed to fit Webtoon’s requirements.

Grab your favorite drink, a comfortable seat and Let’s Art! 

Because I’m a very visual person, I thought some of you may appreciate some examples of pages I have drawn for my comic “Meuw“. These two pages are from two different episodes of my comic. The one on the left is from episode 1 and the one on the right is from episode 2.

When you’re done, come on over and support my WebComic or my Patreon with the links below!

Links to my work:

Support my art on Patreon: http://bit.ly/artpatreon
Read my Webcomic here: https://bit.ly/meuwcomic
Learn how I create comics here: https://bit.ly/2KR2oXP
Follow my art on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2ENSUMX
Watch more art videos here: http://bit.ly/ArtyoutubeAriann

Have you ever wanted to create your own comic? Let us know in the comments!

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