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Page 5.  If nothing else, doing this in black and white is going to make it that much easier to adjust the tones and shading when I’m done.  With the last book, I’d often find, to my intense frustration, that the sky, for example, had drifted noticeably in color over maybe six panels, and I had to go back through and try to average it out.  It’s easier with black and white to just adjust the brightness and contrast and call it good.


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