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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Suuper's manga (+digital and 3D)
« on: February 07, 2019, 04:02:03 AM »
*Whistles* Damn  super those complete WIPs look kawaii as frick. Great stuff.

Also: OMEDETO on finishing your regimen! Scrolling makes the world go round!

I'll do a little point by point interrogation later, but I ve really gotta commend this one. The improvement is noticeable and I'm sure as heck it helped you streamline some stuff - I mean you've been doing this along with your WIP completing and other duties. I need to learn.

For now congrats dude. Onwards and upwards!

Hands can be fun. I think you'll enjoy them. Favourite is pen one and the bendy wrist on the bottom right of the page.

Comics and other Gallery / Re: Suuper's non-manga art
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:59:23 AM »
Whoa dude how the heck!? Hahaha your rush is insanse. I can't believe you knocked 1,000 out of the park that fast. Your productivity increased quite a bit at the finish line. I always love that rush. It's a good moment and perfect balance to the doldrums of being in the middle.

I feel you 100% on the hand reference thing. It's frustrating as heck. Photographing your own hands is a legit and recommended method because some poses just never quite fit the way you want. I like the palm-out cuped ones the most and the 'Roman handshake' one.

Also, cloth material studies? Me gusta quite a bit.

Also we could always do with more 3d stuff from you, suuper. You're great at Sketchup. I can't imagine the pain of making so many books in a shelf though hahaha

MR Pub / Re: Chit Chat 2019
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:55:31 AM »
Can you not Fahrenheit bro

MR Pub / Re: Chit Chat 2018
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:55:07 AM »
I'm still in denial that I've been here for more than 7 years. My mind just resets at a point and says 'nah... but at that time you were a teenager dude. Come on.'

Don't regret a single moment of it.

Also *raffs* You guys act as if you have a choice in the matter of being here.

MR is............ forever....

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Crescent Panda Studio Gallery
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:53:43 AM »
Great portrait work Aldritch. Portraits are always the death of me haha.

Also She Hulk is RIPPED. Well I know that's the point of her but damn.

Do you read a lot of western comics, Aldritch?

Good to see some stuff from you again. Fighto!

Manga Art Gallery / Re: fcollot's gallery
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:52:39 AM »
It actually reminded me of old school manga - except for the colour.

I'm surprised I really like this picture. It should be too bright but instead it just fills me with warm and fuzzy feelings inside. Love it.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: BobbyJoex's Gallery(unorginized)
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:51:45 AM »
That background with your MC looks great, Bobby.

Also I see you're socializing with the tapas community. Good stuff. Fanart makes the world go round. I used to make a few for webcomics I loved and it was always great having no pressure to be awesome - some of the fanarts are still more of the better work I've ever done haha. Fanart is fun.

Hope things are going well with the comic

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Gabryel's Gallery
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:50:18 AM »
I drool every time I hear of Clip Studio Paint. It almost tempts me to throw away my one and true bae Paint (or GIMP. I've always been fond of GIMP too)

Ah so you're illustrating something for a friend Gabe? By the way do you write as well? I'd be interested in that.

Also what happened to sexy blood sucking nekomimi comic? Asking for a friend.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Attempts at hair and body work
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:48:43 AM »
It's advice ya'll have repeated a lot but I need to seriously keep that in mind. Burn out can be quite a ninja, and surprisingly juggling a lot of projects may help so long as you can consistently plug away at them.

On sketchbooks: I heard another tip where you should keep a sketchbook 'just for yourself' to scribble in and gain mileage without showing the world. Sometimes you can feel pressured to scan each and every piece of art you've ever drawn and upload it online, then you find you don't have any 'reserve' to show anymore. If you're the 'draw for myself' type to an extent this could help.

I like how careful you're working on your faces. I've never been that studious when doing drawings so keep at it like that and you'll be sure to improve in no time.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: A Runaway From Reality (aka my gallery)
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:46:00 AM »
I don't even know how you managed to stuff so many stuff in your signature suuper hahaha.

@ runawayfantasy you have some pretty interesting colour themes there. Love how simple yet effective the outfits are in fitting the character. Red eye claw dude is my favourite.

Also just incase I forgot welcome to the forum!

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Slam's Art
« on: February 07, 2019, 03:44:31 AM »
1 and 14 for me.

Wow you're really going at this Slam! Impressive stuff!  Regimens make the world go round. Love the kama girl. Man you bring me back to the days I was obsessed with grayscale painting. It's surprising how effective it is at bringing out form and shades.

I've always really liked the expressiveness of your faces. It's got this nice old-school-atelier-face-study-feel (is that a word) that really works. Your hair and eyes are on point.

Keep at it!

Manga Creations / Re: Thesari
« on: January 26, 2019, 11:17:53 PM »
Read the first chapter. Here are my first thoughts:

Baruden landing in the village and having those thoughts seems like a great opening to an anime/manga. I could almost visualize it.

It felt weird that every paragraph seemed to jump out of the flow and start to talk about something new, but it could work as a style if you improve on it. The grammar is a bit off, so read more novels/stories and copy sentences from them to get a better feel for the language.

The chapter ending didn't feel like an ending, more like a cut off point. Chapter 1 for any story should always bring some interest to the reader and even if the story never continues, the reader should have a basic idea of what is going on. I know that there are super powers in this story and that it takes place somewhere in Africa, but I don't know why I should care about Baruden at all.

Members Manga / Re: Swords Like Gods
« on: January 26, 2019, 11:10:20 PM »
Thanks MN! Was pleasantly surprised to see someone read this. I really do hope to get back to this some time. Will try for sure.

@suuper word. (Also sorry for late reply). I will look into a better font - but it needs to be a little like the ones I read in the manga I like at least!

Comics and other Gallery / Re: Miscellaneous Arts and Sketchbook
« on: January 23, 2019, 11:38:03 PM »
Hahah honesty makes the world go round.

And you know I know what you mean, but I'm going to be super out of character (pun half intended) and say we shouldn't be too worried about that. I think when we want to get a project done we do it. You have mangas under your belt, some useful softwares to assist drawing, programming AND illustrating chops and even booklets. I guess you need to clear the 'sell artwork' bar as I do to make sure you know, but you're able to do this stuff. And you know what, me too. I've made comics and stuff. It's just that I want to be more reliable on that front because the biggest problem isn't execution, it's consistency and stamina. It's fine to be a fast sprinter for 20 metres but it's better to be a marathon runner who can go 10 kilometres on a whim.

Not sure if any of that made sense? Anyhow I reiterate a real sell of our stuff will be infinitely more convincing than nice words I guess, but I really am confident about them. Just look at the regimens we've already completed now. Stupid amount of drawing for no benefit other than our own.

Also side note: I have a vague expectation to be doing more creations than regimens two years from now. But my true ideal is to have drawing so much a part of my daily life that I just stop counting really because it's as natural as brushing my teeth every day.  ( I won't. It's much more fun seeing the numbers stack up)

Comics and other Gallery / Re: Miscellaneous Arts and Sketchbook
« on: January 22, 2019, 08:52:48 PM »
Haha that'd be quite legendary. I'm going to start stealing stuff from your work too when I get around to it. Cheers man.

Also you're totally right. Basically the more accurate and experienced you are the thinner your drawing instrument. I'll try to use thicker brushes in my mspaint to see how it works out.

And yeah, halfway but the end feels so far away haha.

Anyhoo here is my update

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