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break Room / Re: How shuld I deal with this?
« on: November 18, 2017, 01:36:19 PM »
Well remember the cops can't do much unless he actually commits a crime, and then only if you have some proof. If you suspect he might, be ready to have something to back your side up. It's not nice sounding, but that's how these things go.

I have the text message that he had sent me, how did he have my number? It was because of some work that we had to do at school, I could show you a couple of them but, they are so not appropriate to post that kind of things.

break Room / Re: How shuld I deal with this?
« on: November 18, 2017, 10:58:36 AM »
@Coryn, I have talked to some of my friends about it and they confirmed to me that it isn't the first time that he does this kind of things, they also recommand me to just keep on ignoring him and he will just go away...
I am mostly interested in calling the cops and make him regret doing what he is doing.

@Araithiel, The only problem being that I already rejected him more than 5 times at least but, it is as if I am speaking to a wall...

MR Pub / Re: Happy birthday Vacant!
« on: November 18, 2017, 10:53:19 AM »
Happy Birthday Vacant~

Comics and other Gallery / Re: Ciao! Welcome to my Art Gallery!
« on: November 18, 2017, 10:49:07 AM »
This is so good! You draw really well~!

break Room / Re: Can I have some friends?
« on: November 17, 2017, 05:47:55 PM »
Aww, I am everyone's friend, just talk to mee whenever you need~

break Room / Re: Favourite Anime Style?
« on: November 16, 2017, 02:47:00 PM »

Hellsing and Drifters had caught my attention by their remarkable graphics, but story wise, I loved Air, Clannad and Blade of the Immortal, I think that all these stories were really catchy. I am sure that I am forgetting some of the animes that I liked but, these were my favorites~

I love gory stuffs and dramas mostly~

break Room / Re: How shuld I deal with this?
« on: November 16, 2017, 10:34:28 AM »
Eeh. This is a potential dangerous situation. This might require the use of your friends as back up and safety.

First you have to tell him nothing will happen between you two. Make it clear but do not make it offensive because that will hurt him. If you hurt someone with boundary issues, you can imagine what could happen.

Once you do that, stay around friends to back you up. Then if stuff still happens, threaten to call the cops. This goes with any age, but if you guys are adults, he shouldn’t be acting like this and this situation should be treated like sexual harassment.

Yes, it is kinda way out of hand and I consider going to the police...

break Room / How shuld I deal with this?
« on: November 15, 2017, 02:17:23 PM »

There is this guy friend of mine that keep annoying me.
At first, it was meant to only be about working together with some friends but, since then, he keep being a complete nuisance and think that I have something for him...

Yesterday tho, he tried to ask me out which I turned down but, it just made things worst, he keeps on sending me gross text messages about himself, if this continues.

I hate everything about him, he is the most repulsive human scum that I ever seen. (I know this is harsh but, it is true.)

How should I deal with that?

Well, that's true at first, but writing you can do all the same things, and should. Focus in on their expressions, and their thoughts. Drawing can do a good job of expressing visual emotion and feats, writing has its strength in being able to explore thoughts and emotions infinitely (whereas drawing is confined to smaller thought boxes)

Well it isn't really confined in a smaller box, with the expressions, movements and reaction that a character is drawn with, you can more or less say a lot just by drawing a single panel.

Hmm I suppose it would depend on what kind of fight scene you're describing, be it something large or something small. And also on where you're really struggling.

Like I said, it is the first time that I will try to write a novel, I cannot really point out where I am struggling.

More importantly, writing a fight scene needs to be appropriate to both your personal style, and to the story itself. In something a little lighter and more comedic, it's not incredibly important to describe specific attacks in perfect detail. Or, if your story is really over the top, it again doesn't matter. You could see it through things like Dragonball versus Dragonball Z, where it goes from intimate martial arts moves and tournaments to just "look at this big ass spirit bomb! I can yell louder than you!!!" and their technique and training is out the window. Or History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi is all about techniques, moves, and execution, so it's very important it describes those things accurately and believably. One Piece doesn't care about that, so set pieces, character interactions, and the stakes are all more important than the actual fight, at which point Luffy can literally make up a move and nobody cares cause it's awesome.

I doubt that it would feature any kind of long fighthing scenes, more like "realistic" ones, but, I can see what you are saying here and it make sense~

Second, any fight is just an extension of a conversation or an argument. It's a debate between two people, and debates always have larger things at stake. Fighting for the sake of fighting isn't very interesting. A fight scene to introduce a badass fighting character or show off their skills isn't really captivating or impressive or fun for the readers, regardless of how interesting it is written (there is a ceiling you can break on that but it has to be really damn impressive with spectacular art). So the other thing to remember is to focus on all the things going into the fight. Why are they fighting? What happens if X loses? What happens if they win? Why might they use certain attacks over others? Why don't they run? Why don't they try something different? How do they feel? And so on.

Yes, something has to be at stakes, without anything or hype a fight scene would just be plain and useless at most.

Action scenes do have a major pitfall in that at their heart, they're super short. Like it or not, they're very quick in the written word. In manga, they can be really drawn out because they can do bitching poses that take up an entire page, or they can wind up for a punch, wait a moment, show a reaction shot from the audience, then punch, whereas that might be just a sentence in written word. Or, much like that manga example, you can cut away for reaction shots or other descriptions of what's going on.

I usually draw but, for some reason I hardly had any time to keep drawing so, I thought that I should try writing and I realised how much differences that was between both, I find drawing to be more easier since you can add more expressions and reaction/actions.

Thank you, I will keep your advices in mind~

MR Pub / Re: Cinema Club! (Currently watching: Black)Join us!
« on: November 15, 2017, 10:41:31 AM »
We got to learn quite a few things in the last episodes.

Clara's case is related to Moo-Gang and his late brother Moo-Chan but, I cannot understand why was Clara murdered... Was it somehow related to the tape that Soo-Young is searching and even prepared to betray her love?

GrimReapers are now lost humans or people that had gone missing, I think that this is kinda sad for all of them, especially since they have to disappear after being found... 444 and Ha-Ram is bound to end in a dramatic fashion, I am scared of how it will end...

Is the real Moo-Gang dead and is now 444? That would be really touching...

The reader can fill in the mundane fight actions scenes. But, anything epic a fighter does, should be written.

For example.

Aaa ran towards a thousand man army. Each soldier stood steadfast, waiting for him to get close enough to counter his strikes.

Aaa noticed a ramp aligned next to the cliff that surrounded the army. He parkoured up, taking out several smoke bombs from his pockets and threw them within the army.

The soldiers gasped for air. The smoke was poison. Soldier after soldier fell, leaving their eyes bleeding.

“Watch your breath!” Cried the soldiers.

A light glare moved across Aaa unsheathed sword. As the soldiers were distracted trying to find safe air to breath, Aaa maneuvered between them, slicing their necks and stabbing their chest.

Blood colored the floor. The army’s numbers dropped as the the screams died down.

Aaa, single handled defeated the army.

- - -

This could be better. I’m doing this on my phone.

I think that I understand!
Very nice text for an example~!
Thank you~

Welcome Center / Re: Oi Mangaraiders, I'm Ogono.
« on: November 14, 2017, 05:17:51 PM »
Welcome to MangaRaiders~

It is SuA from Dreamcatcher, I luv their group~!

I have never written a story, I am not sure if I can actually flesh it out. I think I understand what you are saying but, do I have to write every action made? For example, " 1 throw a high kick to 2 but, it was dodged easily and countered with an uppercut."

I am not sure if this would make any sense...

MR Pub / Re: Comeback/holidays/departure notice.
« on: November 14, 2017, 02:52:36 PM »
welcome back so quickly! its great when it works that way :P

Thanks, I kinda hope it could have lasted longer tho...

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