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Tulio Vilela 06-16-2019 11:56 AM

Challenge Jump
 
One of the challenges in Jump Paint software (very similar to Medibang Paint) was ink on the pencil sketches of the original artist for the manga "My Hero Academia". I used two softwares Jump Paint and GIMP.
https://dthezntil550i.cloudfront.net...5cc988fcb6.png

Neil Allen 06-18-2019 03:39 AM

Can't offer much feedback based on this one page. I have absolutely no context of what is supposed to be happening. I'm not a fan of the way this looks, but I know it is based on some cartoon, and for all I know that is just the style. I can't make any sense of the characters in the lower right or what they're doing. This is due to me just not totally understanding their designs (I should have been clearly introduced to all the characters you're showing on the page), along with your execution of how you're portraying their actions. Ideally, a reader should understand everything that is going on in a comic at a glance, unless it's something that is intentionally supposed to be obscure. I understand that they are fighting, but I don't actually know how they are fighting or specifically what they are doing. I just see vaguely humanoid shapes and a sound effect.

Tulio Vilela 06-18-2019 07:43 AM

Thanks for your sincere reply.
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Originally Posted by Neil Allen (Post 1881031)
Can't offer much feedback based on this one page. I have absolutely no context of what is supposed to be happening. I'm not a fan of the way this looks, but I know it is based on some cartoon, and for all I know that is just the style. I can't make any sense of the characters in the lower right or what they're doing. This is due to me just not totally understanding their designs (I should have been clearly introduced to all the characters you're showing on the page), along with your execution of how you're portraying their actions. Ideally, a reader should understand everything that is going on in a comic at a glance, unless it's something that is intentionally supposed to be obscure. I understand that they are fighting, but I don't actually know how they are fighting or specifically what they are doing. I just see vaguely humanoid shapes and a sound effect.


sevans 06-18-2019 03:37 PM

so this is just your inking?

Tulio Vilela 06-18-2019 08:08 PM

Yes, as I explained before. One of the proposed challenges in the tutorials of Jump Paint software is to ink in the pencils of a page of the manga "My Hero Academy".
I
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Originally Posted by sevans (Post 1881042)
so this is just your inking?


sevans 06-19-2019 06:09 AM

I personally don't think that the artwork was doing you any favours for show casing your inking skills.
The page was hard to read, with some funky anatomy.
I think you should find a more polished artist to practise your inks on.

Tulio Vilela 06-19-2019 09:24 AM

Thank you too much for your advice!
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Originally Posted by sevans (Post 1881055)
I personally don't think that the artwork was doing you any favours for show casing your inking skills.
The page was hard to read, with some funky anatomy.
I think you should find a more polished artist to practise your inks on.



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