Learn How to draw cloth wrinkle for Manga Comics

Learn How to draw cloth wrinkle for Manga Comics

idrawgirls.com for more step by step drawing Rogue and brushes download. Painting Rogue after the finished sketch below. idrawgirls.com Learn How to draw cloth wrinkle for Manga Comics, female assassin ops Manga tutorial e-learning video and step by step. Learn how to draw Metal Gear costume style inspired girl online video sketching process tutorial and step by step still images. Drawing and shading quick female with costume conceptual design, learn how to create concept art and sci-fi illustration sketch. The video progression and visual aids step by step show you how to create a concept drawing from start to finish.

EP:1-MANGA VS AMERICAN COMICS (PART 1 OF 2)

AnimeRealTalkTV- EP:1-MANGA VS AMERICAN COMICS (PART 1 OF 2) On this first episode we talk about comics versus manga in our opinions . Part two will be up in a couple days.
Video Rating: 4 / 5


11 Comments/Reviews

  • dgester says:

    that was really great, i love your technique on this one btw

  • Karatycat says:

    The reason mangas only have a few colour pages are for economic reasons, there are tons and TONS of manga,each one with hundreds of pages, and the sleek colour pages are exspensive and time-consuming. Not that colour is a bad thing, but it’s cheaper to print in black and white and grey scale and esier for the artists to meet deadlines.

  • shtillmat says:

    those titles i mentioned above are not bogged down by decades of continuity. I used to be a very biased manga fan but I was surprised by how good American/UK comics can be. They are a bit more on the pricey side. I happen to like superheroes and have found many stories to be quite mature and in depth there are a lot of crap stories too though. Favourite x-titles are uncanny x-force, X-factor. As for manga any good seinen most of them are very good.

  • bleachno9 says:

    I think the biggest gripes manga fans have (myself included) with American comics are the endlessly boring childish stories from alot of the DC/Marvel superheroes. If I read American comics its almost always stuff from companies like Image or Oni or a graphic novel. Comics like X-men or Green lantern are basically collectors items in my eyes because the stories are so boring.

  • AnimeRealTalkTV says:

    I’m told that traditional American comic artist draw from life and with proper anatomy. Where as Manga Artist for the most part use specific proportions that cater to a Japanese audience. Check out Mark Crilly on youtube ,he shows people how to draw Manga.

  • Sid Mathers says:

    I’m actually going to an art school…I just can’t tell which one I want to do Manga or Comic Book style art! I’m torn between the two!

  • Slade Wilson says:

    Comics have better written characters but manga have better written stories.

  • Donatas Simaitis says:

    manga + comic = Epicness!
    or
    manga + comic = anime (maybe)

  • rzeitouneh says:

    A storyline doesn’t need to be aimed toward women for women to enjoy it. In fact, I think that’s more offensive because its treating women as if they cannot enjoy things that men do or as if they don’t have a variety of tastes. Anyway, if you’ve been reading Bords of Prey, which I have, you’d know that that’s a female-friendly comic, which can be enjoyed by men and women with the lead protagonists being an all-female team. So, like I said, its not like female characters or writers…

  • rzeitouneh says:

    and that’s not right because female readership of comics has been increasing for decades, so there’s obviously room for female writers. And the publishers are making the effort. I just read that DC is promising to hire female writers in the coming months. But, unfortunately, the industry is still dominated by men because of the stereotype that the comics medium is meant for men when in reality, a lot of the stories that I’ve read in comics are meant to be for either sex…

  • rzeitouneh says:

    the field is devoid of female writers. And several of them have become important to the industry: Louise Simonson, who was instrumental in the Death of Superman storyline and created Cable for Marvel comics, and of course Gail Simone. But sometimes, things are just a self-fulfilling, where its not really any intentional practices that cause it, but perceptions that perpetuate a status quo. IMO, its because people view comics as dominantly male that women just choose to stay away…

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

*

Powered by Yahoo! Answers