Hi, sorry for the very late reply. I have university stuff to deal with.
About MediBang, you have to be very patient in using it because sometimes it lags and crashes. Unfortunately, it is too late for me to give you a step-by-step guide right now (from my side of the world anyway). But I will provide you an example of my work.
Here, as you can see, I drew one half of the face and body, copied and pasted it, then flipped (mirrored) it. Then I merged the two layers to make a full body. I then added features that cannot be mirrored (such as the blazer's buttons and the character's hair). Keep in mind that you will have to use the copy, paste, flip method multiple times if you keep adding features that you want symmetrical to the other side. Also, when it comes to properly merging the other half of your drawing (after drawing the other half before), reduce the opacity to less than 80% then match a certain feature to the feature below it.
I am so sorry that I cannot be more specific. But when I have time, I will give you a proper step-by-step guide complete with illustration.
Well, unfortunately I can't really draw characters for others like Hamad. Mostly because university will be my main priority for now. But I will allow you, Leavegirl and Zach to use my characters, as long as you tell me the story behind my characters' appearance before using it. It's not being stingy, I just want my characters to keep a good form in my series.
BTW, that character I drew above just came out of my head, that's not me in real life.
Drawing clothes on the characters are simple, just think of a design then sketch it on one layer. What I do when the clothes are symmetrical, i just cheat by selecting a certain section using the select tool, copy it then paste it on a new layer, "flip" them to make it mirrored, align them so that they would not look lopsided. Once you think you are satisfied with your design, merge that layer with the original. Additional details can be placed afterwards. Hope this helps, good luck.
I see you want someone to help u turning ur paper drawings to a digital ones,if you want to draw them urself,then use the programs (for android):SketchbookPro and InfinteDesign,i recommend using them both,as each one of them has its pros and cons!
Sorry for the late reply, I have exams to study for. As I said, I am not usually good with digital designs, only ones drawn on paper. But, I would be happy to be taught. Thank you for your suggestions. I assume you have used them before? If so, could you please provide me an example of the outcome? That would be so helpful. Thank you in advance.
EDIT: I don't normally use Android, I use a MacBook Pro to upload my photos. Can Android work in Microsoft devices? (Sorry, as you can see, I am no techie.)
Yes,i have used them before to draw some of my chars,like this:
Also,if you have a mobile device,you can draw on it and then share it with USB or ShareIt PC program or any other sharing one,if not and you are only on computer,you can search if sketchbook pro is avilable in windows..have a nice day!
Hey, I saw you listed "Drop Dead Gorgeous" as one of your future cases. This is a name I have planned for one of my seasons. Do you mind either changing it or using "Drop Dead Gorgeous (Acropolis)" instead? Thanks.
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