Check all the items in my gallery. Everything from "We Care Bears" onward was drawn with my tablet. I can safely say I've gotten it to work! I'm a little cautious, but it really seems to be working out.
So I'm shifting Rebuilding Zill from hand-drawn, digitally colored to all digital. I've been drawing the pages all out on big paper, inking them, erasing the pencil lines, scanning it in pieces, adjusting the threshold, and coloring it. The most annoying part is cleaning up the lineart. This takes forever. Also, my scanner died ages ago. "Paul's Present" was actually drawn on paper, photographed, uploaded, and traced via mouse.
The reason I didn't do it digitally was because 1) I wanted the whole thing to be uniform and part of that to me meant keeping the same method all the way through, and 2) The tablet hasn't been working. But now I see that 1) I can still make it uniform, even if I switch to all digital, and 2) Like I said, the tablet is working.
I really do want to finish this comic. I still have the script. I'm working on a lot of other projects, including my book, but I'll definitely put it way up in the priority queue.
Also, RIP HP PSC 1610 All-In-One. I bought it way back in high school. It was a printer/scanner/copier. First the paper tray loader died, so I had to feed each page in by hand. Then the colored ink part died, so I couldn't print color. Then the black ink died, so it couldn't print. Then the scanning bed died, so I couldn't scan. So it became garbage. I disposed of it in an environmentally sound manner and had a memorial.
Long live the Wacom!
Listening to: Lake Freeze: The Raccoons Songtrack
Reading: Those young reader Boba Fett books, you know, from
Watching: Star Wars (not the good one)
Playing: Knights of the Old Republic