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This was for part of my group's final project for Pharmaceutical Advertising!
Be sure to click "previous" if you haven't read part one yet!

This is part two for the storyboard portion of my group's final project (cut out a lot of the storyboard text for posting here, though). Yes, these are not the best drawings I ever made, but considering that I knocked these out after a whirlwind of my last finals (EVA'!), I am pretty proud of the overall result.

My group had to create a dossier of sorts with creative briefs, SWOT analysis, mock journal ads and sales aids, etc (not posted here on my webcomic, obviously). Credits to Matt for the name, Christopher/Binks for the ideas of the Spartans and the concept of "forging metals" (I immediately thought, "SWORD. ALLOY" right after he said it), and Prianka for her ginormous laptop screen, laughs, and hilariously heightened aversion to the Mucinex dude.
This was for part of my group's final project for Pharmaceutical Advertising!
Be sure to click "next" to read part two!

This is part one for the storyboard portion of my group's final project (cut out a lot of the storyboard text for posting here, though). Yes, these are not the best drawings I ever made, but considering that I knocked these out after a whirlwind of my last finals (EVA'!), I am pretty proud of the overall result.

My group had to create a dossier of sorts with creative briefs, SWOT analysis, mock journal ads and sales aids, etc (not posted here on my webcomic, obviously). Credits to Matt for the name, Christopher/Binks for the ideas of the Spartans and the concept of "forging metals" (I immediately thought, "SWORD. ALLOY" right after he said it), and Prianka for her ginormous laptop screen, laughs, and hilariously heightened aversion to the Mucinex dude.
This particular comic was inked and shaded 100% digitally!
Steve got me Manga Studio EX4 for my birthday! It has proved very fun to use in inking. It also has a bunch of neat features particularly geared towards creating comics (including tools for tones and speed lines, as evident by this particular page).

The shading was done in Photoshop (as I have stumbled upon ways online to toggle with the paint tools to mimic my 15+ sketching pencils).'

Drawn listening to this on repeat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZrtIjfFlKw Also recommended by Steve. Yay, Steve!