I think there might be one or two things in this collection of Illustrator scripts that I could use in lettering my comics.
I think the Divide Text Frame would be useful when working with sound effects or shouted dialogue.
With this script you can divide multi-line text fields into separate text frame objects, making it easy to separate lists, navigation items, and more.
Speeding up the chopping up of a block of text could come in handy.
Another on that might cut down on some fiddling and CMD-Zs is the Metaball script.
This script will create connecting arcs from shapes you have drawn. Very useful when connecting basic shapes to create more complex shapes for logos, icons and illustrations.
I can see using this to create a more organically shaped balloon, much like the final balloon this week’s The Winchcombe strip.
But I like these scripts. Seeing stuff like this always makes me wish that I had learned how to do this myself when I had more free time.
By the way, I think I got this link from a post on Art Geek Zoo a while back. Check it out.
10 Free and Extremely Useful Illustrator Scripts(vectips.com)
Art Geek Zoo