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Author Topic: K-Seki's Studio  (Read 17584 times)

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Re: K-Seki's Studio
« Reply #405 on: July 10, 2017, 05:48:33 PM »
Oh my you can sing some high pitch :o

I find it difficult to tell styles apart country to country, there are so many different styles in Japan also. Is there something specific to point it out? Funny enough, I was told my style looks german LOL I don't even SEE a style in my works tbh.
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Re: K-Seki's Studio
« Reply #406 on: July 11, 2017, 05:10:54 AM »
The two styles are relatively close. I admit that I'm no expert on Manhwa, but the two I read in middle school were a bit different from yours, although overall they were very similar to shoujo manga.

True. The manhwa I happen to read are pretty badass in their own right (gravitating towards shounen stuff ahaha). I think there are a few korean art that I've gotten hooked on webtoons. :)

Oh my you can sing some high pitch :o

I find it difficult to tell styles apart country to country, there are so many different styles in Japan also. Is there something specific to point it out? Funny enough, I was told my style looks german LOL I don't even SEE a style in my works tbh.

These days, The lines have become blurred between Japanese, Korean and Chinese styles. You can still somehow tell with some, but yeah. It's becoming challenging, it should be a game. XD

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I'm capable of doing more than this quality, but I worry over my commission quotas every week. Haha. When you've got bills to pay, uuuurgh. OTL

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Re: K-Seki's Studio
« Reply #407 on: July 11, 2017, 01:03:34 PM »
The quality on the webcomic looks fine (and above the standard of the webcomics people have tried to force me to read, that's for sure). I certainly respect the capacity to work on commissions and webcomics and all the other projects you have going on. Just this one summer session college course might be a little much, although it's certainly working better for me than having two summer courses as I did last session.

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« Reply #408 on: July 12, 2017, 04:31:59 AM »
I think it's an absolutely ok quality for a comic - you always have to put work to time in balance, especially with comics. I started mine with too much work on the shading/toning part and decided to put less effort in on later pages because you just can't spend 2 days on one page. So where can we read your webcomic? :D
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« Reply #409 on: July 12, 2017, 06:42:19 PM »
Great comic!

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« Reply #410 on: July 15, 2017, 10:41:58 AM »
The quality on the webcomic looks fine (and above the standard of the webcomics people have tried to force me to read, that's for sure). I certainly respect the capacity to work on commissions and webcomics and all the other projects you have going on. Just this one summer session college course might be a little much, although it's certainly working better for me than having two summer courses as I did last session.

Keep on keeping on. You got this. It's not nice to be so down on yourself.


I'll keep that in mind, Mahlua. ^^ I'll try to keep improving along the way!

I think it's an absolutely ok quality for a comic - you always have to put work to time in balance, especially with comics. I started mine with too much work on the shading/toning part and decided to put less effort in on later pages because you just can't spend 2 days on one page. So where can we read your webcomic? :D

Ah, you can see the link highlighted on my signature. I update only one page a week, around Wednesdays. I'm kind of guilty with 2 days a page plus the shading and toning too! Hahaha.

Great comic!

Thanks, man. ^^

Another page incoming for another series I'm drawing for. Sneak peek.


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