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Here's a general idea of what you need in terms of image editing/creation ...... A vector editing application (Inkscape, Illustrator) A raster editing application (Gimp, Photoshop) Paper, pencils (colored or graphite), pen, markers, straightedges, triangles, etc. (for sketching) A scanner Knowledge or experience to know when to use what. (Optional) a light ...


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Oh, this is partly personal preference, but here are my two pennies: Rough ideas are (to many/often) quicker and better to sketch out on paper. Faster, easier. Do not underestimate the power of post-its and the back of envelopes :) Then you could either redraw them entirely, or scan and draw "over". I would suggest you use Inkscape instead of Gimp, as this ...


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Although you are looking for how to approach the middle stage of the drawing your problem may be in the beginning, based on your comment: "erasing does a fair amount of damage to the paper" I would suggest beginning with a light graphite pencil like 6H for beginning the drawing. As you become closer to achieving your desired look move to a higher grade ...


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I thought casualty meant you were dead. Wikipedia says not always, but you could just call it an injury card. "I was wondering of there were some tutorials or hints to make these kind of drawings ?" Find a kindergardner and give them a black pen. Tell them to draw Frankenstein, but naked. Then make a Xerox of it, and a Xerox of that Xerox. Repeat that ...



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