Red Flag Car Stickers
We all see them around: those weird sticker families on the back of cars. I thought, “what really need is some even weirder car sticker families.” And I came up with some which will probably get Protective Services called on you.
Coloring today’s comic was easier than last week’s because I planned to color it from the start. Coloring last week’s comic was an afterthought. Color, and larger comics in today’s case, means a larger file size. I’m still figuring out the way export settings for my comics. In the ‘old days’ I just exported my comics out of Photoshop–which features a great preview of what the exported image will look like and various tweaks and settings.
Manga Studio 5 (aka Clip Studio Paint) features export previews, but it doesn’t have as many options and settings (that I have seen so far) as Photoshop. I’m still learning. I want a lower file size for faster page speeds, but I also don’t want a grainy, super-compressed comic either.
[[A car window showing a cultist and Cthulhu]]
[[A car window showing a heart-ripper-outter-guy from Temple of Doom and a burning heart.]]
[[A car window showing the Eye of Sauron and nine Nazgul riders.]]
[[A car window showing the Goblin King and the baby from Labyrinth.]]
Hovertext: You remind me of the babe, who rode in the car with the super-creepy stickers in the back window.
Daniel J. Hogan is a geeky cartoonist and writer living in Michigan. Daniel is available for freelance writing and cartooning commissions (Contact Daniel). This post contains affiliate links, unless it doesn't.