Has anyone here tried to create their own manga? How did it go? Share a page?
Any tips to a newbie?
Here's a tip, kill yourself.
Maybe if you're lucky, you'll be reborn as an eleven.
Now THAT'S edgy
I've seen edgier
>inb4 people give a shit about whether its called a comic or a manga depending on the race of the person drawing it
Really? because I'm looking right at him
You can't make manga because you're a filthy gaijin.
>implying I'm not japanese
Not with that perfectly understandable English you're not.
please tell me your 12 years old
Please tell me you're trolling
>He inb4'd it, that immediately invalidates all discussion of it!
I created a manga, you all probably read it and liked it too.
Post a page? I'd like to see the drawig.
I'm trying to get all my ideas together
It does, because it doesn't fuckin matter what you call it. If you draw it in that style then call it manga, who gives a shit.
There's nothing wrong with indulging your creative side, /a/.
However,I think manga is an early development thing, ie. art is an early learned thing to be notable.
if you want to create a compelling story, I would suggest doing it in the form of short stories. Short stories that once you are better at writing and can do it right, you can meld them into a bigger story.
If all you want to do is draw, don't draw a manga, draw entire scenes in your head, action scenes or the like, but draw them in detail so you actually improve in all aspects of your artwork.
It all takes patience in either case.
Yes, by that logic, RWBY is anime too then.
Thanks for the advice, But I don't want to draw perfect every page.
Just enough detail to know what's happening
My influences and my mangas environment will be similar to Hunter x Hunter and Gantz
Are you referring to me?
Know what a tripfag is before saying it.
It really doesn't matter what you call it. If it's in that style then I'd call it that. Being nitpicky about it is lame.
Anime (Japanese: アニメ?, [anime] ( listen); English Listeni/ˈænɨmeɪ/) are Japanese animated productions usually featuring hand-drawn or computer animation. The word is the abbreviated pronunciation of "animation" in Japanese, where this term references all animation, but in other languages, the term is defined as animation from Japan or as a Japanese-disseminated animation style often characterized by colorful graphics, vibrant characters and fantastic themes. Arguably, the stylization approach to the meaning may open up the possibility of anime produced in countries other than Japan. For simplicity, many Westerners strictly view anime as an animation product from Japan.
Create a VN instead, it's way easier that way.
What style? Are you implying manga has a single style?
It is black and white, makes use of those gradient cutouts, usually done with ink pens, specific kinds of paneling and word bubbles and effects, similar set of tropes (water drop on back of head), large eyes / small noses, ...Yes, there is an overarching style. Not all manga adhere to it but its there.