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mangago (30th Jun 22 at 11:12am UTC)
Japanese Manga is no longer considered a place culture. It's established a foothold in the mainstream entertainment media. You will find such evidence in media outlets such as movies, television and books. Today Japanese Manga isn't lumped together in exactly the same category such as cartoons and kid's shows. You have American cutesy cartoons such as Tom and Jerry and then you will find adventure packed, often bloody animations such as Akira. Japanese Manga may be graphic and violent. And it could be cute and non violent. If you've watched enough Manga and are becoming a genuine fan than maybe you've felt that urge in both hands to get a pen and draw. If that's happened then you definitely are not alone. Japanese Manga has excited and thrilled a fresh generation of young talented artist and potential Manga masters.

Japanese Manga has many different styles the same as traditional paintings. Certain Manga characteristics have exaggerated physical proportions such as large heads, short legs and arms with a squat torso to create everything together. This Manga drawing style is named "Chibi" ;.You will find types of Chibi drawings from the popular animated series "Naruto" ;.And some are perfectly proportioned as though these were actual human beings.

Then you will find the more upscale Manga animations such as the popular movie "Appleseed" ;.In this animation you may find the characters are drawn more realisticly with a particular Manga flair. After all if we'd want to watch actual humans we would watch a live film. Although movie "Akira" was done through Computer Generated Imagery (CGI), the underlying facts are all still filled up with mangago style and essence.

Here are the physical attributes that Manga characters possess:

Hair - The hair is usually suped up like lots of gel has been applied. One big tip about drawing hair is always to shape the character's skull first. Many rookies draw the hair without first sketching out the foundation of the skull. By working from the skull up you'll have a much better concept of how a hair should look and fall under place.
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Re: mangago (8th Jul 22 at 7:06pm UTC)
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