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KakashiTheSharingan
10-04-2011, 08:12 PM
I'm using a different method for drawing my characters and my manga, so can anyone help can me with some examples, advice, tips on the following process?
1. Concept and Rough Sketch
2. Drafting
3. Shading
4. Inking
5. Coloring

GunZet
10-04-2011, 08:15 PM
1. Concept and rough
2. cleaning selected rough sketch/concept
3. inking (optional)
4. shading. whites, blacks, midtones, very rough shading.
5. Smooth shading
6. Colors

Overall, do what feels best to you. That's just the way I do things.

ram
10-04-2011, 09:54 PM
I have tons of drawing process and I don't stick to just one. somehow I feel like that's my problem.

what I'm using now is.

1. stick figures.
2. giving overal shape of the proportions and basic shape
3. rough sketch
4. inking
5. coloring or toning

trilokcool3
10-04-2011, 11:05 PM
1.free hand rough sketch with grey color
2.finalising with black ink using a curve tool
3.simple shadings
tats it

ram
10-05-2011, 11:33 PM
changed it again.
right now I'm using
1.simple guidelines
2.rough sketch
3. fade then rough sketch again,(this time draw the detail more and soft shading to those that will be inked with dark area
4. fade again then line and ink them.
5. toning.

I guess I prefer this one this time, don't know when it will change again though =_=

KakashiTheSharingan
10-06-2011, 12:59 PM
So Drafting is something like Lineart? I wonder is this true. Can you color over your shading? Would it look right?

CypressDahlia
10-06-2011, 01:39 PM
You can do that if you have blending modes.

Kenzieroo
10-11-2011, 12:16 AM
1: Draft
2: Scech, add valume
3: Add detail
4: Shade
5: Color (I don't add color a lot though.)

Shota-Roe
10-14-2011, 10:35 PM
1. write script
2. make thumbnails from script
3. use thumbnails to make a rough draft
4. work from thumbs and rough drafts and draw that poop
5. boom awesome mango page now

your drafts and your scripts are the most important stages because they dictate the pace of the story that you are planning. make sure it doesn't go too fast or too slow, and drafts can be re-drawn again and again. (scripts can be re-written, too!) i waste more paper on thumbs and scripting than i do on the actual pages i draw now. if you plan your entire story out right, then the rest should be a breeze

KakashiTheSharingan
10-17-2011, 01:43 PM
Thank you! I will take this advice and help and work even harder. I appreciate you time in helping me.