Illustrators, artists, and graphic designers are in a unique position to be on the cutting edge.
We’re not only making the digital art form of comics, but also creating art in the physical world, creating comics as art, and publishing books about comics.
That’s the beauty of digital comics.
Not only are we able to create art at scale, we can do it without the need for expensive professional studios.
The digital era has been a boon to graphic designers and artists.
Now, with the advent of digital art, we’re looking to the future with renewed enthusiasm.
For us, it’s a chance to make comics as our full-time profession and to be able to continue to pursue the work we love, without the financial stress that comes with a traditional career.
In this article, we will be covering the different aspects of creating digital comics, the industry’s challenges, and how we’re tackling those challenges.
We’ll be focusing on the technical side of digital comic creation and what’s happening behind the scenes to ensure a seamless workflow.
As always, feel free to comment with any questions you may have about creating comics digitally.
If you want to learn more about the digital comic, you can read our primer on how to create a digital comic.
We also want to hear your feedback and questions about digital comics and what you want from us.
Are you a graphic designer?
If so, what do you need to do to become a graphic design icon?
If not, what are the skills you’re looking for?
What’s your preferred way to work with your digital artwork?