Corona Comics Tutorial: Special Effects with Text

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KA-THOOM!!!!!! Dwayne of DieHard Studio Entertainment is back with another installment of his Corona Comics tutorials showing you how to easily jazz up your iPad comics made with Corona.

In this segment, Dwayne tackles special effects tricks with text to give your comics that extra “pop” to make them jump off the screen…


…And in case you missed it, you can see Dwayne’s first segment about Corona Comics from last week, which showed how to easily make word balloons.

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  1. Hans says:

    If you work in let’s say, 300 dpi, there’s no reason for not using Photoshop, right? I find Photoshop a little bit less intimidating than Illustrator. But that’s just me.

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