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Comic Book Storyboard Photoshop Tutorial

Comic Book Storyboard Photoshop Tutorial - Tutorial Using...

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scanning media 1. Place the page you wish to scan face down on the scanning surface. 2. Open Photoshop and click the File button in the upper left. 3. Scroll down to the Import button and select the scanner software. It may give the name of the software or it may say "Twain 32." scanner interface 1. Click the Preview button and wait for a quick scan. 2. Using the preview scan, drag the selection marquee to encompass the material that you wish to scan. 3. Select a scan type that matches your comic book (full color or B&W). 4. Select a resolution (I suggest 150-300 dpi). Dr. Korpi's Introduction to Mass Communication Tutorial: Using Photoshop 6.0 to create a comic storyboard Necessary supplies before beginning: Graphic Novel (nothing kiddie-style; we want to see an attempt at visual perspective); PC equipped with a scanner and Photoshop (Moody Library has everything you need); Web access Tutorial: Using Photoshop 6.0 to create a comic storyboard http://www.drkorpi.com/comic_help/comic_tutorial_01.htm 1 of 17 8/22/09 4:38 PM
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5. Click the scan button to make the final scan. selecting a frame Click on the rectangular selection tool. Make sure that the correct tool is selected by clicking and holding on the button until a list pops up. Choose the Rectangular Marquee Tool. Tutorial: Using Photoshop 6.0 to create a comic storyboard http://www.drkorpi.com/comic_help/comic_tutorial_01.htm 2 of 17 8/22/09 4:38 PM
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Set the tool options near the top of the screen to the Normal style. Click and drag a rectangle around the area of your first comic panel. The data for that panel has now been selected. copying image data With the panel still selected, click on the Edit menu and choose the Copy command. You can also access this function by pressing and holding Ctrl on the keyboard, then tapping "c." Tutorial: Using Photoshop 6.0 to create a comic storyboard http://www.drkorpi.com/comic_help/comic_tutorial_01.htm 3 of 17 8/22/09 4:38 PM
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Next you must click on the File menu and choose New... (Ctrl+n).
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