A Guide to Developing an artistic styleA Guide to Developing an artistic style1 year ago in Other More Like This
Hi! This is Chivi-chivik M@ngaka and I'll show you how to develop an artistic style!
NOTE 1: Sorry for my English and any typo I've probably made.
NOTE 2: If I forgot something, please tell me!
NOTE 3: This might not apply to you, specially if you have your own style already and you're content with it.
Many artists, specialy the amateur or grown-up ones want to develop their own style ASAP. Reasons can vary, the most common one being 'I want mine to be unique!'. Okay, I'll tell you some tips so you can get to do it!
I've seen plenty of this kind of tutorials and guides, and I'm sure you have, but I think I have to write mine, there are plenty of things nobody says...
Anyway, let's start!
Which are the styles you like the most? Which are your references?
In my case, during my childhood, I've watched a lot of Animes and American/European cartoons of all ages (yup, of ALL ages), and they have showed me plenty of styles (for the moment my fa
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