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.
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!