George Happy Walk
By: Mark Szorady

I use the Fanboy Comic Strip Boards.  

I rule up my lettering guide lines using the printed rulers on the paper, then do all my sketch work in non-photo blue.  I then tighten up the art, do my lettering followed by my final inking.  Lastly, I either rule or draw my borders freehand.  

The paper is a big time saver!  I used to run paper thorugh my printer with pre-printed rule lines and borders.  but this was becoming increasingly difficult.  I was taking too much time cutting the paper to size, and my printer was becoming less reliable in printing.  Not to mention the increased cost of ink jet printer ink!

The Fanboy Comic Strip Boards solved these problems and smoothed my work flow process.

 

I use the Fanboy Comic Strip Boards.  

I rule up my lettering guide lines using the printed rulers on the paper, then do all my sketch work in non-photo blue.  I then tighten up the art, do my lettering followed by my final inking.  Lastly, I either rule or draw my borders freehand.  

The paper is a big time saver!  I used to run paper thorugh my printer with pre-printed rule lines and borders.  but this was becoming increasingly difficult.  I was taking too much time cutting the paper to size, and my printer was becoming less reliable in printing.  Not to mention the increased cost of ink jet printer ink!

The Fanboy Comic Strip Boards solved these problems and smoothed my work flow process.

Check out more or my work at: www.georgetoon.com

 





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Product Used: Comic Strip Boards