A credit to dementia
Does anyone know where IO can find some info on Miura? I decided to do a report on him and I need like date of birth, life info, stuff on his work. Stuff I'll need to give a room full of idiots an idea of who he is.
Walter said:Excellent work. I havent heard most of this information before. Do you mind if I innclude this in the new Berserk Enclyclopedia? I will of course, give credit to you and your source for the information.
ZKK said:By 1979 and in middle school, Miura had began using rasters for his work, and had oriented himself to use professional drawing methods.
Yeah, I tried looking for a clear explanation/example of what a raster is or how one uses it, and i gots nothins.NTSC-J said:I'm a bit in the dark as to what "using rasters" means. I don't know shit about computers and digitizing graphics, but is this a technique that applies the different gradients onto the black and white? I always wondered how comic artists added all the tiny dot patterns, it makes it look more polished and I'd like to know how it's done and if that is indeed what is meant by rasters.
Thanks in advance.
Walter said:Well, I can't tell you how it's literally incorporated while doing a comic, but I know a raster is a pattern reproduced en masse that artists can overlay on black and white drawings to give the effect of "texture" without having to make 1000s of tiny dots.
NTSC-J said:Score, thank you guys. I'll pick some up this weekend and do some experimenting, glad to hear it's so easy. I don't like to work on computers for my art, so the ability to do it manually is right up my street.