The First Step Of Drawing Manga
Our first step to drawing manga is rather simple but very important. We are going to draw super-simplified stick figures to represent your manga character.
To do this, use only circles and lines to form your figure. Use the circles to represent the joints at the elbows, ankles, knees, hips, wrists, and shoulders. And use the straight lines for the torso, neck, arms, and legs.
Now, once you got that down, it’s time to spice it up a little. Draw the stick figure in a variety of poses. Here’s some ideas: standing, kicking, sitting, or anything you’d like.
Draw them over and over again until you get comfortable and are ready to come up with your own. Draw as many of these as you can.
By practicing this เว็บคอมมิค drawing exercise, you not only train yourself to be able to come up with dynamic poses on the fly but you’ll also get good at keeping your figures in proportion and realistically positioned.
You are also training yourself to use depth and perspective to make your poses more dynamic. (Depth and perspective will be cover in another drawing manga lesson latter on in the series.)
The Proportions Of Your Stick Figures
The size of the head of your figures are very important here as it will act as a measuring tool for the rest of the body. The length of the arms, legs, and torso will be based on the size of the head.
As a general rule, the average manga person will be 7 heads tall. Where as a noble and more graceful character would be 7 and a half heads tall. Taller still are the heroic characters, who will stand at 8 heads tall.
In manga a character’s physical attribute can vary greatly from super tall and slender to really short and stumpy. In order to become a great manga artist, you should become familiar with how to draw all of these body types.
Just as with any other art form, drawing manga requires practice. Don’t be discourage if your drawing don’t come out perfect the first time. Just keep learning and trying and eventually you will become good.