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Make a Cute 4-Panel Webcomic!

Michelle Co, Designing my Dreams

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7 Videos (27m)
    • Introduction

    • Set-Up

    • Tracing Your Artwork

    • Coloring Your Digital Illustration

    • Saving Your Work

    • Promoting on Social Media

    • Thank you!


About This Class


I have recently started a webcomic called Bunster and Hariet, and I want to show you guys how I digitally illustrate it!

Bunster and Hariet by MiciROXTumblrTapsticWebtoons | InstagramTwitter | Facebook




In this lesson, I will show you the basics, step by step guide to making a simple webcomic using Adobe Illustrator. I do see lots of webcomic artists use photoshop but I'm here to show you an alternative and a personal preference of mine. I like how we get to use vectors and shapes when illustrating. I also like how we get to use artboards were we are able to work on different comics side by side.





Michelle Co

Designing my Dreams

Hi there, I'm MiciROX! :)

Recently I've been working on my webcomics called Bunster and Hariet!

It's a webcomic about a girl and her conflicting thoughts and indecisiveness, interpreted in the form of cute bunnies. I actually have a tutorial on how the webcomics are made, do check it out!

I've also just finished my dad's quote book titled "Life Without Nonsense Doesn't Make Sense". It tons of his own original quotes, and has over 35 illustrations drawn by yours truly.

If you're interested, you can check out how I make picture quotes to promote on social media!

Thank you for reading and I hope to see you around real soon! :)

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