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Messages - suuper-san

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thats a nice amount of pages for a chapter, the monthly mangas are 45 pages I think? I can just about read Spanish so no worries there :P
well a name is only meant to be a rough draft, although the amount of detail does vary from artist to artist. and wow 16 pages in one day? that's a lot, even for a sketch :P
nice swirly clouds!

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Suuper's manga (+digital and 3D)
« on: Today at 12:13:05 PM »

as always I'm learning stuff. I'm starting to wonder if I just wasn't serious enough before or this is the culmination of my efforts over the years starting to show.

Comics and other Gallery / Re: Suuper's non-manga art
« on: May 21, 2019, 05:04:17 PM »
some difficult poses are becoming easier

Starter Gallery / Re: Wyvern's Drawings (Looking for feedback)
« on: May 21, 2019, 04:03:48 PM »
I time the drawings I do so I can predict how long it will take to do future work haha but yeah it can be a bit of an unknown because it's hard to know how long pages take to draw and if you will get stuck on something along the way.

the drawings are ugly because they are a name

have you sketched many pages of the name yet?
are you aiming at a target page count, or just trying to get the whole idea on paper?

Welcome Center / Re: Hi desu
« on: May 21, 2019, 03:59:50 PM »
Yeah wanting to do a bunch of different stuff can get in the way of doing any of it well haha

I love drawing traditionally but I'm about 95% digital just because I can have a faster workflow and sort my work out better.

Most of the art I like is in the manga style, probably because that's sort of how I got into art.

yeah you want to make sure that you keep all the rights to your work!!!
I would have thought that you can post anything anywhere but yeah read everything first.

Starter Gallery / Re: Wyvern's Drawings (Looking for feedback)
« on: May 21, 2019, 01:52:07 PM »
in terms of contrast, the first two have a great balance of light and dark parts which looks awesome. they also look perfect manga style like it just came straight out of a book :P

I'm guessing it's your brush setting but the sketches seem to be very dotted along the lines, is that just a pencil brush or something?
nice expressions on all the faces :)
looking forward to seeing more!

Tips and Tutorials / Re: Aimy's handy tutorial
« on: May 21, 2019, 01:48:51 PM »
pretty handy reference sheet, thanks!!

Tips and Tutorials / Re: Suuper's Tip Diary
« on: May 21, 2019, 01:45:31 PM »
Well it's still pretty new to me. each drawing I do, I think oh hey I could do this or that to make it look more realistic. I find picking and copying off saved manga pages helps with that, as you can see how the artist has rendered different materials and so on in the manga style.

Welcome Center / Re: Hi desu
« on: May 21, 2019, 01:43:02 PM »
You know, when you said spriting I suspected you might have been a game programmer lol
I'm working to get back to Unity once I can make my own game graphics :P
If you want to show off bits of other stuff you're working on, we don't mind. It's not such a strict forum as there's sections for off-topic stuff. I mean I have a craft/sewing topic haha
But seeing manga would equally be awesome XD

Tips and Tutorials / Re: Suuper's Tip Diary
« on: May 21, 2019, 11:31:47 AM »
Something that I've finally been able to understand and apply at the same time is material thickness. When drawing clothing, don't draw it too close to the body, and especially at turns and edges you can show the thickness of the fabric by not joining the lines up, as if you are drawing a thin cylinder (such as on the sleeves)
Especially with manga and anime, I think the fabrics are especially much thicker and helps to give a realistic feeling to the piece.

Some artists don't do this as much as others, so it's a bit of a style as well. Of course you can get a thin looking fabric by not doing any of the above.

I've drawn what I mean. Wrong (or just really thin) on the left, Right on the right. Click to enlarge although I've done that already as well. I've circled the changes to make them more obvious.

Comics and other Gallery / Re: The Manimal Draws Again
« on: May 21, 2019, 11:06:04 AM »
you did all this yesterday? nice output :P

This is not a gallery for finished works or anything fancy, I'm just doing this for me.
That's a good a reason as any I've heard :P

I was like whoa, I can do this again.
I know exactly that feeling, welcome back to the world of artists!

you've got a lovely semi-realistic style, can't wait to see more :)

Welcome Center / Re: Hi desu
« on: May 21, 2019, 11:02:15 AM »
Aha, a fellow coder!!!!
This is indeed THE place to hang out :P
what sort of coding do you do?
I'm mostly Visual Basic at the moment :)

I don't know about puush, but you can post an image by it's direct link using bbcode like so:
Code: [Select]
a lot of image upload sites have a set of codes you can copy for posting in different places, and often has a forum version with the <img> tags already in place.

welcome to the forum and hopefully we'll see some of your work soon!!

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Suuper's manga (+digital and 3D)
« on: May 21, 2019, 07:25:34 AM »
it's easy when you've got such a "low" target haha
averaging 7 minutes for each one.
I'm starting to get the hang of fabric thickness and making clothes look more realistic.

separate iterations for body, clothes, face and hair.

edit 32/100

Tips and Tutorials / Re: Found a bunch of tutorials
« on: May 21, 2019, 06:04:38 AM »
they were both incredibly useful to watch.
the first one answered a few questions I forgot I even had because I gave up on even finding the answer, mostly on use of tools and order of working. In every clip I skipped through the artist was dead quiet, I talk to myself so it felt quite strange to have just the sounds of pencil on paper.

second was very insightful. no surprises but it's good to see it expressed by someone.

Youtube has been recommending "How not to suck at drawing" and similar videos like this for ages and I finally watched one, was informative and fortunately I'm on the right track as far as that ones advice goes.

4 Time-Saving Tips (from a guy who spent 13 YEARS drawing a comic)

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