I don't suppose anyone knows any good software to turn rendered images into comic strips/pages that you can add speech bubbles to.I did this in MS paint but if I change the size of the image the txt is unreadable. Should I just stick with paint and make stupidly huge comics
>>512056add the text after you shrink the image. As for software, I dunno. You could probably search up some good ones, make your own -if you're into that-, or just use paint.
Professionals use Illustrator.
For a simple compositing job like that, inkscape will also do the job. Add panels & text in inkscape, save as svg, then render out as png to whatever resolutions you would like to have it at.
>>512069>>512073>>512114Thanks I will check them out.
>>512069And the winner is Gimp, mainly because it is free, and i'm not drawing just making panels
>>512464you can do animation in gimp as well, Id be cool to insert an animated panel now and then.
>>512056why not use blender? it's super practical
>>512473That's what I was doing to make the images, I just wanted to figure a way to set them up in a comic format and add speech bubbles.>>512469Did not know that, i had planned to start making animations for stuff, like a fight scene, since thats basically what blender is for, but i need better skills and better equipment. right now i just got a laptop that freaks out over hair on a teddy bear.
>>512476well hair is intensive.
>>512476i did the whole thing in blender. more as a joke though