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Thank you, Karen! I'll definitely take another look at Celtex, particularly since I discovered changing template formatting in Scrivener is not as easy as I originally thought.
#31 - October 20, 2017, 07:08 AM
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Wow, Marla, good question--I hope another artist has an answer for you!

Regarding Scrivener, I just discovered formatting for each script element (character, dialog, etc.) can easily be changed under Format/Scriptwriting/Script Settings. I guess that solves my flush-left dilemma. I love Scrivener!

Thanks for the tip. I will have to go in and change mine to flush left.
#32 - October 20, 2017, 04:01 PM
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Ish, I'm trying to get my feet wet attempting comics at the moment. Trying to decide between the traditional route or sing a digital drawing tablet.
#33 - October 22, 2017, 12:08 PM

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Ish, I'm trying to get my feet wet attempting comics at the moment. Trying to decide between the traditional route or sing a digital drawing tablet
Sarah W,  good luck with you'll figure out what works best for you.

Once I settle down with the picture books, I plan to just draw  out the graphic novel, without much input, I have read quite a few, and don't want to be heavily influenced by the medium, in case my noggin can create a new format. that's  my plan anyhow and then work with software once I have a rough draft. 
#34 - October 22, 2017, 08:42 PM

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