Hi everyone! How's your day going? :la: Yesterday I shared with you the background tutorials that I considered to be useful to your development as artists and today I'd like to show you a few tutorials that have helped me greatly to develop my characters, stories and storytelling skills thus leading to better results while creating a manga comic. I hope these will encourage you to keep working on your mangas or to give it a shot if you have never tried before! Drawing manga can be a very demanding and sometimes frustrating task, but it's also a very rewarding and nourishing experience that you shouldn't miss out on! Do your best!
Biting Pear of Salamanca
Kuroko no basket
Jane, Warrior of Decura Chapter 43
A Hitch in the Plan
The next day, as the sun was beginning it's slow climb into the sky, Jane sat in the Pennynook mansion's main foyer, eagerly awaiting Kiera's signal to jump into a carriage and ride toward the Gigan Coliseum. Jane had wanted to go the instant she woke up, but Kiera had strongly advised against it. Such an action would be noticed by her brother and with a single command, he'd cancel the event and move William back into his hidden dungeon.
“You look nervous” Nate said after putting his hand on Jane's shoulder.
“That's putting it lightly” Jane sighed.
Nate gave Jane a warm smile. “Well, I kno