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Old 2003-12-21, 11:17   Link #1
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Starting out.

Can you give me some tips on starting a manga? I have the "How to draw manga" book, and when I used it to try to start my manga, it didn't come out right. Thanks in advance. ^_^
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Old 2003-12-21, 14:53   Link #2
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Can you give me some tips on starting a manga? I have the "How to draw manga" book, and when I used it to try to start my manga, it didn't come out right. Thanks in advance. ^_^
You need help on drawings or on how to create and develop a story?
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Old 2003-12-22, 15:09   Link #3
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Its funny - there is a topic just like yours (1page back)

But anyway.

Try searching the web for "manga tutorials" there are toooons of tutorials out there.

If you need help on drawing pictures - I always recommend MangaSchool. It has a big list of tutorials and people there will comment on your drawings.
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Old 2003-12-22, 20:11   Link #4
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Well both kinda. I do a whole lot of styles each time I draw. It is hard to keep the same one. I already have a story line, it just needs to develope a little. I just need some tips, that's all.
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Old 2003-12-22, 22:44   Link #5
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Well both kinda. I do a whole lot of styles each time I draw. It is hard to keep the same one. I already have a story line, it just needs to develope a little. I just need some tips, that's all.
i can help with writing tips, but not drawing.
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Old 2003-12-25, 22:18   Link #6
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manga school is good but i think there needs to be diffrent ways to draw
try here

http://www.bakaneko.com/
to advanced tbh, u need to be able to draw to use this site imo, hehe, yes im a noobBBBBBB
http://www.polykarbon.com/tutorials/index.htm
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Old 2003-12-27, 23:14   Link #7
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anyone use the how to draw manga books from www.howtodrawmanga.com? i got vol 1 and its not for noobs, im just wondering if anyone uses any other books like http://www.antarctic-press.com/serie...raw/issues.htm
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