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    Teen Member Iori's Avatar
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    Digitial vs. Physical screentone

    So I had always planned on having all manga I do be completely physical, because sometimes I'm a snob.

    It seems, however, that applying screentones digitally is leagues more convenient than doing it by hand.


    Is the quality of digital screentones the same as physical, so that a professional can use digital and it's totally acceptable?

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    Depends on the screentone. I don't see why you don't use digital and physical ways to draw.
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    There's advantages and disadvantages to either one but essentially, doing manga (and using screentone) digitally is perfectly acceptable as far as I've seen it.

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    Teen Member Iori's Avatar
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    Thanks for the replies.

    That's nice to read, because like I said I want to be as traditional as I can, but it seems like it'd be much easier to do digital screentone.


    Also, sorry I took so long to respond

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