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I'm trying to figure out how I'm going to create the images and pages for the manga I'm writing. I tried using Fire Alpaca and a Wacom tablet, but I got so frustrated I was almost driven to tears. My mom thought about maybe using Pixelmator (the iPad Pro software I use to drawing right now) to create the panels, and use Fire Alpaca to format them into pages. The big problem with that is how I would create panels that aren't squares or rectangles. Any advice on what I should do?

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Do you have access to a scanner? You could use a ruler to create your frames and scan it into an art program (as a black/white scan at 300dpi).

I don't have access to a scanner, but thanks anyway.

Brien Sparling said:

Do you have access to a scanner? You could use a ruler to create your frames and scan it into an art program (as a black/white scan at 300dpi).

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