Webtoons are another form of comics but instead of the panels being left to right they are drawn top to bottom.
I make my webtoons with my wacom tablet and with Clip Studio Paint for the desktop.
Here is a quick break down of how I make my webtoon~
Webtoon File Size Format
The first steps you need to make in order to create a webtoon comic is you need to first know what size the webtoon should be. The webtoon page format will differ depending on which platform you want to upload on; today we will focus on just the LINE webtoon format!
I’ve had a tricky time trying to create a webtoon because I couldn’t remember the file size; well here it is, Line Webtoon file size format is 800px by 1280px. Now I can just refer back to this post whenever I forget…or save it as a template.
Currently you should save each webtoon file as a jpg/png format up to 2MB in file size regardless of whether it’s a long form image or an individual file.
You can only upload a total of 20MB per episode (chapter) onto their server.
How to Create a Non-Blurry Webtoon
Now the webtoon upload file size (800px by 1280px) is a bit too small to use as a working file format. When I draw in that file size my webtoon image quality ends up low, blurry, and unreadable.
To fix this problem I open up my art program and create my document at 1600px by 2560px (double the file size). Doing this allows me to work on a bigger canvas and have readable, non-blurry webtoon panels.
When it’s time to export it, I make sure to export the file size according the LINE Webtoon format which is 800px by 1280px.
Read Catch Me! Fight Me! Love Me! AMBW Webtoon
Could something that began as a petty obligation turn into something genuine?
This is a newly revamped stand alone story. This doesn’t follow the exact same story line in Love! Love! Fighting! but is more so a wholesome comic that highlights the interaction between Oriana and Jae-hwa.
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