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    Don't worry. These can be roughs.

    Like other things, you will probably just need to practice different styles of lettering in different media until you find what works for you. Maybe you could buy a calligraphy book and scan fonts you like. Then with lasso tool you can create 26 custom letter brushes that you could then make into different colors and sizes. I'm just talking out of my ass here, because I know my own lettering is nothing to get excited about.

     

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    I think the calligraphy brush is working really good

    also...I don't know how to make brushes in Photoshop. i tried to figure it out once but no luck so far, do you know a tutorial to do that?

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    I think you would have to be super patient with the lasso tool so it always cuts a uniform rectangle around the letter. When you apply the brush it won't just place the letter but will also place the rectangle of background color. If they are even rectangles it will be easier to make the letters look OK as you install them next to each other. Other people can probably tell you better ways. I suck at digital.

     

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    Updated with two more pages

     

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    Heres mine:

    (sorry about the text being so small, accidentally saved the whole thing smaller then I wanted. Doh! Ran out of time though. )

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    This is a begining sequence my story centers around some sea witches in conflict with humans. the sea witches live in thermal vents that the humans are mining. i never got to that point with the POW, but there you have my idea.

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    Ok no final burning, im just gonna post these here then all together until it's up....



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    Oh the 8th one, where she comes back from the astral is very perverted, but I didn't want to disrupt the challenge...

    Still I can't imagine a Utopia without sex ?:|

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    I don't really have sequentials, as this didn't pan out that way. But there is a coherent theme through the entry. I guess I could argue that the story here is more about the planet and the people than a given individual or caste of characters.

    This constitutes my entire entry.

    All the best, and good luck to everyone!

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    Excerpted from Conversations with My Great-Grandmother, the Last Witness :

    There once was a time when our people lived next to water -- not in it or above it, not dominated by its whims. Water, in those days, was contained. Imagine walking away from all this water, walking so far away that you cannot even see it anymore! You have known nothing except this world -- you cannot imagine that.

    Back then the world was far more complex. For there wasn't simply the plants and creatures of the deep to discover, but the inhabitants of land as well. And it happened one day that the scientists of our ancestors decided to ask the gods questions -- fatal, foolish questions about the mysteries surrounding them.

    They pushed, child, they pushed and prodded. Their curiousity crossed lines. The gods were not pleased at their attempts to learn things they were not privileged to know, and lives were taken to show this. But the scientists continued to test the patience of the gods as far as it would go, which isn't very far for all their infiniteness. It is good for you to remember that. Because eventually, with a shock of light, the gods finally answered -- and the scientists were taken for their nosiness.

    But their assistants and laborers on the Minerva -- and we, the children of their assistants and laborers -- were plunged into darkness before finding ourselves very close to this world that we now call Meridia. So close were we, child, that the blue was all I could see out of the pod window.

    You are familiar with the strength of this planet: the gales, the angry-dark clouds of the approaching tempest, the waves bigger than life itself. Well, dear, her embrace is just as strong, just as immense: she pulled us in, as we say, and it is doubtful she will ever let go.

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    This challenge takes me back- I haven't drawn comic panels in YEARS. I can't believe how much thought I put into this whole challenge. It was a very good exercise. Good luck y'all.

    Anyways, these few pages show the oracles presenting the return of the INFINITY BEAST (see ChOW for some character background)...

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    My submissions here: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...&postcount=234 .
    This turned out quite short (I wanted it to be like that), and i hope it's understandable:

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    Entries are now closed.
    Thanks everyone for your dedication to DEEP!

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