The Twirlers
#6: Stretching
5th Jun 2009, 3:53 PM
#6: Stretching
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5th Jun 2009, 3:53 PM
And here is the next comic! I actually got the idea for this off of a list that's been floating around the internet called "you know you're a twirler when..."

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5th Jun 2009, 5:16 PM
Ah, yes, the classic "Stretch for a million years" bit. I remember that from PE classes in high school.

Incidentally, I really like your coloring technique. If and when I get around to making things fancier than stick figures, I'm going to have to see about maybe learning it.

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6th Jun 2009, 10:09 AM
Hey! Good work so far. The comic is really funny! Keep up the good work!
~Your Brother

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6th Jun 2009, 10:23 AM
Aw... thanks. It's nice to know that somebody from my family is actually reading my comic. ^_^

Kyronea, glad you like my coloring style. It might be kinda hard to learn though considering it's a failed mix of several different types of coloring styles that I tried to learn.

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16th Jul 2009, 7:58 PM
I'd put on a darken gradient and lighten gradient over the plain color paintbucketed into a shape in GIMP (or Photoshop if I must), personally, to achieve the effect.
It looks a little different than by hand, but it's mostly unnoticeable.

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17th Jul 2009, 12:28 AM
For the different skin/shirt/hair colors, I just color in the original color, add in a darker shade of the same color, and use the smudge thing in paint shop to give it the look it has.

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