Comic Book Studio
davidrevoy at gmail.com
Mon Nov 8 13:49:12 CET 2010
Hi Gaizka , I saw TBO with this video  and it's really seams to be
targeted at automatic vector comics for speed and easy webcomics
generation. I think from what I understood of Cyrille, CBS would be
more targeted for digital drawing/painting comics for pro and from the
scratch with(in) Krita (without all drawings as vector librairies, exept
maybe for some template of 'text buble' , 'special frame' and
'speedlines' ). All of this with printing/publishing target.
On 11/08/2010 12:46 PM, Cyrille Berger Skott wrote:
> On Monday 08 November 2010, Gaizka wrote:
> > Check this http://git.gnome.org/browse/tbo
> Thanks for the link, I think I already saw that a while ago (at least
> it rings a bell now that you mention that), more info in spanish in
>  (and translated by da power von Google : ).
> But there is definitely a difference of scope, TBO seems to be aiming
> at making easy to create comics (a bit like comic life  which used
> to be bundled with Mac OS), so with vector objects you drag on the
> canvas and maybe edit a bit and then put some text on it. While CBS is
> aimed at advanced comic creation.
>  http://danigm.net/TBO
>  http://www.comiclife.com/
> Cyrille Berger Skott
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