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Messages - YoUr EyEs

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: December 11, 2018, 04:32:30 PM »

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: October 31, 2018, 03:51:21 PM »
You definitely will get less wobble as you gain confidence, and your lines will be more definitely placed as well.

I hope so, it took me a lot of time before finally having one or two drawings done but, I can see the improvement too!

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: October 31, 2018, 11:56:13 AM »
The chibis back there have such a variety of personality, and it looks like your line confidence is improving and you're able to get longer lines down without as much wobble as before. It's awesome that you're still active as well. I'd heard you'd been up to some good stuff. Glad to see I wasn't lied to.

Tbh, I feel like something opened up in me and I feel more confident and comfortable drawing, maybe the reason why I didn't wobble as much as before.
I check up on here from time to time but, since I am learning to draw on a tablet it might cause me to draw a little less on paper thus, posting them here.
I am glad to see that you are here too!

Manga Creations / Re: Light & Darkness
« on: October 25, 2018, 10:31:37 AM »

Chapter 1:
Chapter 1: Shattered Glass

Under a small tree that was one of the few features that were inside the garden of the massive garden, a man, tea in hand and sword resting on his shoulder, he seemed bother by something that he was unable to find with his eyes.
The man lied on the tree to look at the beautiful moon that was reflecting on his tea.

“- You seem troubled master. Is anything wrong?”

A young woman that had just entered her adulthood appeared near the man, she looked troubled by something herself but, she always prioritized her master before herself.

“- We are going to be in a peaceful time soon, yet, I feel uneasy about it.” The man turned only his eyes to look at his underling, his rough beard floated with the wind and his long hair followed as well.

The wind grew stronger than what it already was, it was as if mother nature was giving them an answer that they both couldn't understand. Eyes fixed onto the horizon ahead, the duo stayed under the moonlights and the tree that served the man as a bed, the woman stayed on her feets.

“- I still remember you as a young swordswoman in my dojo, Azumi.”

The man finally stood up, in his hand, a long sword that he hanged on his waist and he finally turned to face the young woman that seemed somehow uneasy. Maybe was it the sight of the weapon.


“- I am grateful the way that you treated me and showed me the way of the blade, Yamada-dono.”

Respectfully, the young swordwoman bowed to her master in which she felt that was like a father to her. Azumi remembered how her master took her in when, her late parents were assassinated and falsely accused of plotting treason against the landlord.

She swore to avenge her parents, even if killing the landlord was almost an impossible task.

“- Indeed...”

Yamada, the man that a moment ago seemed troubled, now seemed saddened by something.

“- Do you know why did I accept you in my dojo?”

“- Why did you sensei?”

The man waited for a few seconds to pass before he sipped at the tea that he seemed to have forgotten about or that appeared to be the case for Azumi. The young woman looked across the garden, the one place that she had so many good memories about, often did after the hardships of training that she would come here and play with the then childrens of the village. Everything changed.

Everything changed.

“- I could see the potential in you to guide the people of Shiranui. Although, you maynotbe from this village, you have grown here, this is where your roots are. The kindness that I was able to sense from your heart and yet, the coldness from which it was being consumed. If you were able to merge those feeling together than, you would be suited to take my place when the time would come.”

The man smiled kindly to Azumi, his words made her lose her balance and stumbled a little.

“- Master...”

The village of Shiranui was an hidden village of Japan, specialized in the training of Assassins. For a peaceful place to live, they had to pay the landlord with quality assassins to work under the governement and yet, around sixteen years ago, they were said to be plotting assassination against the landlord and thus were attacked mercilessly, hundreds of people died in this senseless war and was simply brushed away by the Shogun himself. Azumi's parents were killed during that war.

A war that never had a reason to begin

“- We have been entrusted with an assassination operation. I believe that you would want to carry it out yourself, here.”

Master Yamada took a scroll out of his beard and handed it to the young woman. Azumi would never get used to see her master hiding things in his beard, she wonder whether there were always things that he would need hidden in it.
Azumi opened then scroll but was forced to wait a little for the wind to settle down, it grew stronger bringing heavy clouds but, eventually turn med into a soft autunmal breeze.
When the young assassin was finally able to read the scroll, her eyes stopped at the name of the man that was ordered to be assassinated, with a confused look in her eyes, she looked at her master.

“- I would like you to carry this operation after my son returns from Kyoto. That would be in a matter of hours. I would like to inform him of this as well.”

Rain -

Rain started to fall and the wind grew stronger again.

The heavy wind took the scroll out of Azumi’s hand sending it flying, lost in her thoughts, she did not realized it as her master simply walked to her and stabbed her with his sword. Piercing through her.

Chapter 1: Shattered Glass

To be continued...

Manga Creations / Light & Darkness
« on: October 25, 2018, 10:30:00 AM »

Azumi, a young assassin trained by her master to someday lead the people of Shiranui to a peaceful future is seeking vengeance for the death of her parents at the hand of the landlord.
The quest that she thought able to carry will be engulfed in a twisted plot.

Will she continue to seek vengeance?
What is lurking from the darkness to conceal what she had thought to be the light?

Genre: Romance, Historical, Action, Super Power

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: October 23, 2018, 03:39:06 PM »
I might be in the biggest streak of my life lol, I feel like I got my drawing addiction back!
that's what we want to hear!

awesome tiger. the ears might be a little off somehow, but the rest looks great.

perhaps as digital practice you can trace over your traditional works. that saves the effort of making a good sketch while you are figuring it all out.

LOL at the ears, I didn't realize until I posted it. They look funny.

I might try this later today, I don't know whether I will get to finish it tho.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: October 23, 2018, 01:24:58 PM »
I might be in the biggest streak of my life lol, I feel like I got my drawing addiction back!

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: October 23, 2018, 12:32:53 PM »
It will be a good story imo, well, since I am the one making it, ofc I would say that lol.
that's the attitude!

Something I didn't realize until years after "successfully" transitioning to digital was that your workflow digital vs. traditional is quite different, in terms of the scale/zoom you work with, and using layers and stuff. Make sure to use the software's abilities to the full to make it do the job for you, rather than trying to keep your traditional workflow and putting effort in for no proper result, as I did :P

And, of course, patience is a must as you will probably spend a lot more time on the same level of drawing at first as you get used to the software and the digital style.

That may take time to learn and although that I usually am somewhat impatient lol, I think that's something that I can handle.
Thank you for informing me early, I tried to make the transition to digital by trying to implement the same methods that I used with paper and pen lol.

I made one extremely awful one already Oof,  I need to train more lol.

Welcome Center / Re: Hi everyone
« on: October 19, 2018, 01:01:58 PM »
Welcome to Mangaraiders!

Don't be shy, there are just a bunch of good people around here and I am pretty sure that you will fit in perfectly :)
Feel free to PM if you need anything, I would be more than happy to help!

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: October 19, 2018, 12:55:08 PM »
good to see you around :)
nice sketches. the transition to digital can be a bit of a pain, much like touch typing you slow down in productivity for a while until you get the rhythm back. looking forward to seeing digital works in the future, and seeing how that story goes!

I know what you mean, I am experiencing first hand how difficult that transition is. I seem to have found a new motivation to draw and write again so, there is basically no going away for me anymore.
It will be a good story imo, well, since I am the one making it, ofc I would say that lol.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: October 18, 2018, 11:24:55 AM »
Cool stuff! Glad to hear things are going well!

It's probably the best way that I have felt for a long time!
Might as well post another one than.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: October 17, 2018, 03:17:21 PM »
Haven't seen me for a while? Well, I am currently working with my friend on a story called "Slayers", I am just doing the arts and helping a little bit with the novel. Will probably post both on Mangaraiders to my parents here. You people are like a family to me.

I am half done with the cover but, since I am still learning on tablet, I keep working on with the old fashion pencil and eraser.

Most are on their chibi version though.
Here goes:

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: October 17, 2018, 03:12:36 PM »
thanks :)
I think a foundation is definitely a good term for this because you can build off it in different directions depending on your style and the way you want to go, but you still need that basic understanding of how it works.

I agree entirely with that, only practice can lead us to where we wish to be, at the level that we want to each.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: July 25, 2018, 02:50:49 PM »
Our weak imaginations hold us back when creating art just from our heads, because its so hard to recall specific details of things. I try and copy a piece of art or photo directly, then create a similar piece of my own design, but with the same folds or clothing design, from memory. The next day just glance at it, and try and draw another and that will help you to memorize how some clothes look and how the folds go. eventually you start to to be able to imagine/remember the folds in your head (this did happen to me at some point but I could still use improvement haha)

That's a great idea!
I think that's like solidifying a foundation, for example, you work on your memory to gain access to not only, remember the folding techniques but also, it expand on your creativity as well.
I saw, your drawings and they look amazing!

Manga Art Gallery / Re: YoUr EyEs Gallery work~
« on: July 24, 2018, 05:51:11 PM »
I am not good at making folds but, I will try.
Thats the spirit!
It's best that we practice the things we can't do otherwise we wont ever get better!
You can always use a random photo to get an idea of which way the folds would go realistically. You don't have to draw every single fold as a copy, just get the general "oh there's one here, and one over here pointing this way" kinda feel.

I will try it out, I certainly need to get folding into art because, imo, they define a drawing with more than what we usually imagine.

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