I’ve been going crazy for awhile trying to figure out how to swap the main and sub colors on my toolbar. This is a feature I use frequently in Photoshop to easily reverse gradient directions.
This is especially important in Clip Studio Paint as there is no easy way to swap gradient directions (you can do it, it’s just not easy. The toggle is buried a bit in the gradient palette). Unfortuantely, there’s no swapper arrow and clicking on the colors just opens the palette to choose a new color.
After dealing with my mounting frustration, I sat down and decided to figure this out.
As you can see, by default, “X” is assigned to “Switch main color and sub color”. This doesn’t mean the sub color is brought into the foreground, it means the sub color is selected. Not quite what I wanted. After a little trial and error, I figured out that the option I want is “Switch between main color and sub color”. This brings the sub color into the foreground and moves the main color into the background.
I swapped the shortcut and added it to the option I wanted. Problem solved!
I’m officially at the halfway point with the inks!
I’m going to tighten up the backgrounds in the top and bottom panel, but I’m pretty happy with how these came out just freehanded.
Pretty happy with how this page is turning out.
I finished the script for the Champion graphic novel and turned it in yesterday! WHOOT!!! Now it’s back to Little Witches full time!
Finishing up this project – on the homestretch now! Should be done in a few days.
Still working on this when I have time.
Publisher’s Weekly: Rights Report for Week of March 21, 2016
Robin Herrera at Oni Press has acquired world rights to the middle grade graphic novel Little Witches: Magic in Concord by Leigh Dragoon. A retelling of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, the graphic novel follows Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy as witches-in-training. When Mr. Laurence, a witchfinder, moves in next door with his grandson to investigate renegade magic, the girls get caught up in the action. Publication is scheduled for 2018.
Yay, I just have to tighten up some of the linework a little bit and I’m done!
Close up as Aunt March lets go of the needle, the wood begins to glow, and the needle is drawn into the door.
Seriously, what the hell was I thinking putting this much stuff in a single panel???? I ended up reformatting the entire page. :P
Decided to color this one a little bit — it’s nice to remind myself I know how. ;)
Got two Little Women pages half finished, wound down for the night working on a piece for my visual novel project:
Working on a piece in Manga Studio/Photoshop.