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Old 08-13-2009, 10:35 AM   #50
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Obviously, you still not getting what the point is.
I bet the experienced letterers here already did.

And you can not understand THE TECHNICAL PROBLEM
created when resizing a page after the pencil stage.

The next person working is the inker.
He/she NEED TO PRINT WHAT I SENT, so he/she can
work the inks in an 11x17-artboard sheet.

IF I DO THE RESIZING,
at 6.875 x 10.4375 what the inker get
is a file with the size of a PRINTED COMIC BOOK.
TOO SMALL FOR WORKS THE INKS.!!!

If the inker magnifies the sheet to 11x17, the
Page goes pixilated for him to work with.

That is the reason of WHY the resizing must be done AFTER the
Inks are done.
After doing his work, the inker will scan again the whole page.
The page will be sent to the colorist.

THEN, is the moment for resizing the page.
After the inks are done. Or after the colors are done.
And not before.

Am I clear now?
Or should I repeat all again?
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