1 have to be honest about something. When I work on a page, 1 try to work as fast as possible on it. If I don't work quickly, I start to get bogged down, and it starts to get tedious. When I get bored, the art becomes flat and lackluster. And that's not good at all for anyone.
So, when I'm working on a program such as Manga Studio, 1 try to take advantage of whatever shortcuts it happens to provide — especially during the inking stage. This can be adding hatch marks to a character's jacket, adding a repetitive design to a background, or changing lines on a leather jacket from black to white.
Luckily, Manga Studio provides just such an array of tricks and shortcuts.
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