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HOW TO DRAW MANGA>>>>PRACTICE MODE^^
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any one willing to learn....^^..im willing to help yah...

LETS PRACTICE!!!
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i'd like to draw a cute monkey with a banananana. help?
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i'd like to draw a cute monkey with a banananana. help?



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LMAO!!!!!
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This thread is pretty funny. Anyway, those who are seriously trying to learn to draw manga, let me tell you this.


Fucking learn it yourself. No book(that is not about the subject of art that is created for mainly study and resarch may be okay I believe), video, or person other than yourself can teach you how to draw better than yourself. You could learn about it, but then again, manga is not the only drawing or good drawing style that exists. There's western, European, and other art and cartooning styles you should try out as well, many are way better than Japan's way of drawing characters and such.
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This thread is pretty funny. Anyway, those who are seriously trying to learn to draw manga, let me tell you this.


Fucking learn it yourself. No book(that is not about the subject of art that is created for mainly study and resarch may be okay I believe), video, or person other than yourself can teach you how to draw better than yourself. You could learn about it, but then again, manga is not the only drawing or good drawing style that exists. There's western, European, and other art and cartooning styles you should try out as well, many are way better than Japan's way of drawing characters and such.


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Teresa_Yuuki wrote:

i'd like to draw a cute monkey with a banananana. help?



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but thats not cute. and i asked for cute.
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Coglock wrote:

This thread is pretty funny. Anyway, those who are seriously trying to learn to draw manga, let me tell you this.


Fucking learn it yourself. No book(that is not about the subject of art that is created for mainly study and resarch may be okay I believe), video, or person other than yourself can teach you how to draw better than yourself. You could learn about it, but then again, manga is not the only drawing or good drawing style that exists. There's western, European, and other art and cartooning styles you should try out as well, many are way better than Japan's way of drawing characters and such.


Couldn't agree more, just grabbing some manga and looking at how they draw is far better than any of those "draw a head, then draw some lines" etc books.

Of course making the actual manga is more complicated than just drawing.

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how you can learn ? if you dont want to start??>.
for those who willing and to listen....
this is your time to start!! believe in your self guyzz!!



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to tell you this guyz.....
art start in our selves...
its not an imitation from other!!....

just lyk mathematics...
teachers giving more examples...
but the question??>..
how we can apply all of those...numbers and symbols???
mathematics is also a kind of art..
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BASIC FACE STRUCTURE







First, we'll start off going over sadness, a fairly common emotion. This is a trypical anime face, but notice the changes that have been made. The most obvious indicator of the character's emotion, in this case, are the eyebrows. Notice how the inner tips of the eyebrows curve upwards. Also, her lower eyelids curve upward slightly, while her upper eyelids have a more large, round curve. Curving the lower eyelid can indicate stress, sorrow, or anger; in this case, the shape of the eyebrows shows us that it is sorrow. ^_^ Also, notice the shape of the mouth; it is small, and curves downward. Overall, the character looks like she's about to burst into tears.









This form of sadness is more subdued. The character seems depressed, but not as sad as the previous example. The eyes are smaller here (partly because this is a guy ^_^), and the mouth is larger and does not curve down so far. The angle of the eyebrows and the arch of the lower eyelid still let you know that this character is upset about something.







This picture is sort of a transition between sadness and anger. The eyebrows curve down sharply and his mouth is drawn so it looks like he is shouting, both of which indicates that he is mad, yet his irises are still very large. This sort of makes him look like he is angry, yet hurt or upset at someone or something
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i'd like to draw a cute monkey with a banananana. help?




I drew it just for you

I even gave it kirby cheeks.

Start with a circle, then draw a few more stubby arm/leg circles, give it a circle tummy, circle eyes, half circle ears and a windy long tail.

Damn I wish I knew how to sew, I could make awesome soft toys.
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im JUST SIMPLE GUY..i have my own manga story..i want to share all the tactics and technics that ive learned..from all of those years..
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some day i'l post my art works here....

lets enjoy life...^^

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This guy is clearly very ticked off, even though he isn't shouting. ^_~ You can draw angry people without them screaming their heads off. In this picture, the eyebrows are close to the eyes and angle down sharply (I also drew the folds in the skin caused by drawing ones eyebrows together like that), and the mouth angles downwards sharply. The eyes have been narrowed, and irises are very small, which helps to make a character look even more angry. ^_^






I'm not sure about this one; he looks both confused and ticked off. Alternating the angles of the eyebrows like this indicates confusion or incredulity. To add to the expression, draw the mouth slightly off-center, as well.





Its surprising how often anime characters talk with their eyes closed... ^_^ I wonder how many people actually talk like that...? Anyway, closed eyes can express a variety of emotions. Here, they express impatience or annoyance, but they can also express calmness, happiness, or smugness. Flip the eyes around and have them curve upwards, and they can express extreme sadness, as well as excitement. For this particular picture, I made the eyebrows angle downwards and drew the mouth open. Notice how I drew the upper left lip slightly raised; this helps whatever emotion you are trying to convey seem more negative, whether you are drawing anger, unhappiness, or impatience. ^_^
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