Greetings patient Fold!

So, when I got up this morning, I thought that I understood at least enough of my new Manga Studio purchase to make the likes of my comic… but I was sadly mistaken. As easy as the product makes certain processes, you have to know how to use it. So… by the time I figured out how to do what I wanted… it was time to get ready for boring old work. (Unless you’re my boss, in which case, exciting work!) Anywho… I whipped up this timely Hulk sketch…

I hope you’ll forgive me. I may have some time later. Manga Studio does seem like it’s going to step up my game a bit. FOR INSTANCE… I drew feet. And teeth. And I wasn’t scared about it.

I feel like I did in elementary school getting new shoes. Like they somehow made me faster and able to jump higher and further. It’s probably mostly in my head, but I like it.

Let me know how incredibly disappointed with me you are in the comments! (or, send me to a good Manga Studio tutorial that can show me how to get my custom font into the listings in Manga Studio… :S)

Brian Russell

Brian Russell is a visual storyteller and illustrator. In 2007, Brian started the webcomic, The Underfold, blending his strange mix of geeky passions and his wacky sense of humor often leading to the most random of places. Since then, Brian has begun expanding The Underfold into a brand by Kickstarting a children's book about dinosaurs (What I Remember About Dinosaurs); starting a long-form series (The Ultimate Underfold); and beginning work on a new graphic novel (TBD)!

He is also a husband and a father (of two!) which he loves!

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  1. Colleen

    Always you gotta take a small step backward before you can take a giant step forward.  Enjoy your new software!  

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