More practice in FireAlpaca with Mary and Haedyn, a bit of inking and testing out options for coloring and lettering. Still trying to get used to the feeling of drawing everything digitally. It does feel like I could produce art faster with it, but I still need to adapt my style to the program because I'm used to drawing with more angularity. Angular edges are easy with a pencil on paper or when inking with vectors in Illustrator, but FireAlpaca caters more to a brush stroke. Color is equally challenging because of the program's digital painting roots, although it does gradients, manipulating them for the sake of comic coloring takes a little more planning than I'm used to after years of photoshop and the layer blending effect options are limited. I find that lettering is almost as easy as in photoshop, although you have to remember to rasterize before you change the dimensions of the page or the text remains the same size.