Never thirsty! wrote: インストラクターを描く(drawing instructor)
DaughterOfZion wrote:Well you just said that you "drew your teacher" sooo...
Not totally, just for Japanese. Google translate can actually be a useful tool if you know how to use it and how it works.Never thirsty! wrote:Ok google translate is complete crap thank you for clearing that up
This was back in the day when US licensing companies thought that changing stuff was cool (or 4kids, haaaha). This doesn't happen too much anymore, thankfully.I remember I had a Japanese friend back in fourth or fifth grade which is when I learned that most of America's spins on anime series are complete crap compared to the traditional version
Probably because Clorox is the name of a brand and is thus copyrighted.I really want someone on YouTube to make an abridged series for Bleach and call it Clorox someone probably has I just haven't found it.
Well, that's good. Because like acting, there are only a small handful of people who create manga for any substantial amount of money, especially in the US. You'd be lucky to get published.I'm willing to spend years on it I don't want my manga to be just a hobby but I don't want it to be the thing that pays my bills and puts food on my table
It may mot make you enough money for this. In fact, manga making is one of the worst jobs you can take on that could "support" you in an emergency situation. Try digging ditches or weeding onions for farmers. You'll make money plus you can learn about farming!I guess I just want it as something that could make me enough money to where if I lost my ability to work in whatever profession God has set out for me I just want it to be enough to where I get enough money from it so that it could keep my lights and water and such on and I'd just get food from the land
You can find survival training classes or camping classes, I believe. I think some colleges have them, but most of the time they are run by certain local groups.I really wish they had a course in school called wilderness survival do they have something like that in college?
While you're at it with taking classes, throw in anatomy and physiology in there as well. That's the best class for anyone to take, especially someone pursuing art.I would take it if they did have it as maybe a science course? I don't know what that would fall under.
Good. Finish them.I didn't have all of the character sketches totally finished those were just some of them he told me he would give me feedback when I finished the rest of them.
Look at yourself in the mirror in a forshortened pose and draw yourself. And WHILE you are drawing, pay attention to how you are making things seem farther away or closer. By overlapping, making things bigger or smaller, etc.does anyone have any tips on foreshortening
Don't break your spine. Look at reference photos of real people (NOT other drawings or any manga poses at all at this point) as well as yourself in the mirror and DRAW by looking.because I really need to get better at it because whenever I try to draw something like that it always looks unnatural I don't know why but when I draw out a foreshortened character and try to emulazte their pose I always feel like I'm about to pull, tear, or hyper-extend something and that probably means something isn't right because I know I've got a great range of motion in my lower body considering how I can kick eight inches above my head forward, backward, sideward and in any other natural direction my upper body however not so much I can't bend my arms more than 80 degrees and I can't bridge mor that three inches of the ground or else I will break my spine that would end my ability to play sports forever.
Never thirsty! wrote:Violence well I'm not sure if this is too violent to register on the scale but there are some scenes that could be extremely violent so 10 I mean unless ripping out a demon's heart with an electrically charged grappling glove on a regular basis isn't all that violent
Ante Bellum wrote:Never thirsty! wrote:Violence well I'm not sure if this is too violent to register on the scale but there are some scenes that could be extremely violent so 10 I mean unless ripping out a demon's heart with an electrically charged grappling glove on a regular basis isn't all that violent
Not to kill your WAY PAST COOL EDGINESS here, but you're not impressing anyone. You sound like a twelve year old.
Ante Bellum wrote:That's not impressive at all. You're using violence in place of other things like character development or a coherent plot. Basically, you need to go back to school and learn how to write a proper story before even touching this.
If you say you have only a "500 character attention span," then what makes you think you can spend years on a comic? Sometimes I swear you're a troll.
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