Are there any widely known manga which have been drawn with digital tools (instead of traditional ink on comic page)?
>>642284I don't know if either of these mangaka solely create their manga with their computers, but the authors of Tsugumomo and Takagi-san often stream themselves drawing their manga.Tsugumomo's author, especially, makes use of programs to both model the 3D spaces he draws his characters in and the characters themselves. I can't remember the name of the character modeling program, but I think it had "doll" in the name. Because of that, everything in the manga honestly looks amazing. The only problem I have with it is the characters sometimes look a little stiff, but that's mostly when they're colored. Also, know that it's pretty lewd, if you decide to read it.
>>642285This is an awesome recommendation. Thanks!
>>642285>model the 3D spacesSame with backgrounds in punpun.
berserk switched to digital a while ago
>>642285>but I think it had "doll" in the nameCould it be DesignDoll?
>>642403Yes, that's it, thanks. I thought I was remembering the "doll" part wrong, but that's it.To expand on my previous post, I didn't realize how much he streamed, but apparently he streams the entire process: https://www.youtube.com/user/yoshikadu2011/videosAnd for the lewd pages, he streams on FC2: https://live.fc2.com/17356889I guess he doesn't save the recordings of these, though? Or I'm just dumb.