One Yukkuri Place

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    Sign: Märchen Mental Clinic

    Sign: Examination Room
    Patient: Excuse me
    Doc: Come in
    sfx: Kon kon

    Patient: Please take care of me today as well.

    Koreimu:[s] This is idol Marisas easy place!
    Komarisa: Da she!

    Both:[s] Take it easy!
    Komarisa:Da she!
    sfx: Sparkle sparkle

    sfx: Hyobo byon

    yumyumyum

    Anyone mind if I do an edit of this series?

    cokerpilot

    yumyumyum... yes, yes of course we mind a great deal. Your work is horrible and sucks. A baby could do in ms paint better then you...
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    Dude just go for it. Your doing good work. I don't think you need ask permission before translating stuff. Just say that you are going to do it and go.
    If your worried about making mistakes then don't worry about that either. Some one will inevitably jump all over you for making the mistake, then every one else will smack them down for being to harsh. Just fix em when they get pointed out.

    Shanghai Alice

    COKERPILOT, FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY, GET A BRAIN, DAMMIT.

    IT'S TOO. NO TO. YOU SAID TO WHEN YOU SHOULD HAVE SAID TOO.

    GOOD GOD, YOU'RE AN IDIOT. GO KILL YOURSELF.

    TOO.

    TOOOOOOO.

    Shanghai Alice

    Wow. I sound like R. Lee Ermey.

    WELL GOOD GOD, COKERPILOT, COME TO MY HOUSE AND FUCK MY SISTER.

    SUN

    Cokerpilot, just hush. We don't need your sophomoric stating of the obvious. There are good reasons for asking.

    As for you, Yum, you've shown good work so far and actually use good, anti-aliased fonts, unlike a certain someone. I would recommend to use different fonts for each character and to have the fonts be more erratic when the character is angry or panicking. Basically, have the fonts reflect the emotion being presented. That would make the reading a better experience. A different colored text for each character would additionally be nice but not necessary.

    Also, I will share a Photoshop technique for resizing the speech bubbles. First use the Magic Wand to select the inside of the bubble- this will select everything but the letters. Then, with the selection still active, switch to the Diagonal Lasso tool and select all around the words, making sure that you use the Add to Selection mode to add on the selection to made with the Magic Wand. Now, you should have the entire inside of the bubble selected. On a new layer fill the selection up with white and then do an outer stroke with whatever thickness looks best. I would say that for louder segments use a thicker stroke. Also, don't make all of the text perfectly perpendicular to each other- rotate the skew some of the text to make it look more dynamic and natural.

    yumyumyum

    @cokerpilot alrighty, thanks.
    @shangai alice lol
    @SUN Thanks for the advice. I usually try to match the original text as best as I can in terms of font choice which is why I sometimes just use plain stuff like wild words. This is also the primary reason why I don't really use different colored fonts although I can see the benefits.