Hey y’all, as a beginner comic artist myself, I know firsthand how overwhelming it can be trying to figure out the process of creating your own webtoon. Trust me, I’ve been there. But there are resources out there that can make it all easier and more enjoyable, like the website Smilebox. Here are three reasons why Smilebox, a Comic Strip Creator site, is a dope resource for beginner comic artists:
- It’s super easy to use. Smilebox has a drag-and-drop interface that makes it a breeze for anyone to create a webtoon, even if you’re new to graphic design or comic creation. All you gotta do is select your characters, backgrounds, and speech bubbles and arrange them on the page. Piece of cake.
- It’s cost effective. Smilebox is free to use, which means you don’t have to spend any money on expensive software or subscriptions. This is perfect for beginner artists who wanna test out webtoon creation without breaking the bank.
- There’s a supportive community. Smilebox has a ton of users who are passionate about webtoon creation. You can join forums, share your work, and get feedback and support from other artists. This is super helpful for beginners who wanna learn from more experienced creators and improve their skills.
If you’re a beginner comic artist trying to figure out what tools and software to use for your webtoon, check out my “How to Start a Webtoon” Ebook. It covers what hardware webtoon artists use, what digital drawing tools they use, and a full breakdown of the webtoon process. And if you’re looking for a fun AMBW manga webtoon to read, give “Catch Me! Fight Me! Love Me!” a try.