God, I hope my Internet situation's resolved tomorrow. It most likely will be, but for the time being running off a hot spot on a cellphone is way too much of a hassle for my tastes.
So, first page with Manga Studio! Pretty happy with the switch, think it's a good page for it and we get some nice visuals. I was still trying to kind of get the hang of it so this page took me a little longer than most in MS have and I didn't iron things out as much as I've been doing in the pages I've colored recently, but I still think it's an improvement.
Just had to fix something in Paint on this page, funny enough - Misty's line about how many people are present was coming from Sareena. Good thing I checked the page before I posted it, that probably would've been confusing otherwise.
In kind of a hurry here, so I'll leave it at that for now, but I am happy with this page. We'll be meeting Day within the next few pages.
Oh, also, this is only really relevant to those of you reading on Comic Fury but I've been wanting to for awhile now change the background image on the comments. Should I go back to being a solid color with it, or just go with something else? And if so, stick with Hearst or make it our leads? Curious to hear some thoughts on the matter.
In the script for this page, the first panel had it written as "Misty tying up one of the workers." When I asked Martin about that, he explained he meant it as in to stall her. I was pretty disappointed since I really thought she was gonna be literally tying her up with like duct-tape or something. Would've been adorable.
Sareena's cuteness is certainly pretty enhanced in this art style, almost a shame it won't be around much longer. I totally wish we got a shot of her being tickled or something.
Not much else to say, though. Do like the info on Misty's powers and how they make her feel. I'm guessing she's developed an immunity to stage fright.
So Misty lived in New York before her family moved to Atlanta, interesting little fun fact there, and Martin if you do change the background image on the comments, my suggestion is something that's easier to see, it's hard to make out any real detail on the current one.
Gotcha, thanks for the input. Idea was to try and make it subtle so the text didn't clash too hard against it but still, it probably could use some refinement. I'll probably play around with that later.