Hi everyone! I wanted to share some of the things Yuko's been posting on Patreon! First of all, Patreon is an easy way to support what we do-- and because it's billed monthly, it really helps to stabilize our income and keeps things running more smoothly. Yuko shares a lot of process stuff over there:
Here's a quick look at Chapter 6 Page 2. Yuko made a process post showing her new use of Clip Studio models in setting up sets and scenes, including where to get models and insight into her thinking as she works.
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Thanks so much for reading!