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Spirit of the Panda 2 by Drunken-elf Spirit of the Panda 2 by Drunken-elf
Whoa Jagger´s in da house!

Inami belongs to :iconinami-chan:

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MillenniumFalsehood Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2012
Lol!! :D This is hilarious!
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Alyrah-Sabre Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Ha ha. I enjoy the expression of the dear master in the last panel. And I'm quite impressed with the backgrounds and setting. Very nice, simple and effective. Well done.
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Drunken-elf Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011
Backgrounds can be a real problem. I always have to make sure not to make them to elaborate in order to be able to draw them from many angles and in many frames if I need to.
But still they cant be to simple!
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Alyrah-Sabre Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow! I never thought of it that way. That's a really good point! They are still awesome though!

By the way, do you have comic guidelines or references? Useless example: 'How to draw comics, for dummies'?
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Drunken-elf Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2011
If you mean instruction books I only have two.

Understanding Comics: The invisible art.
Scott McCloud

It covers much about comics, development, different kinds of style and so on. Not as much of a "How to do book" but very interesting.


The apprentice mangaka (manga)
Akira Toriyama/akira sakuma

Covers most things form character development,frames,speach bubbles common mistakes and ink pens(this part is crap by the way everyone should use what works best for themselves)
A very interesting part is one that shows comics that amateurs has sent in and the author points out whats good and bad about them. Of the two this book has been the most useful for me.
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Alyrah-Sabre Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Ha ha, yes. My apologies. At least you understood what I meant.

I've seen McLoud's Reinventing Comics, which wasn't too bad. I can get a hold of Understanding, which I eventually will. But that book 'The Apprentice mangaka'-if I understood correctly- sounds awesome! I shall try and have a look see. But it appears that they have helped you a lot. So there's hope for me, yet! Thanks for the share of information!

You are a star!
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Kaijuujuju Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2010
I have a question. Do you actually draw all your concentration lines (like where Hallon's yelling there)?
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Drunken-elf Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2010
Eeh...yes I do, is that odd behaviour or something?
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Kaijuujuju Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2010
Nono, that's the correct way to do it and your concentration lines are beautiful. But see, I can't draw a straight line to save my life. 99% of my concentration lines and background stuff like that are screentones I just copy-pasted using photoshop.
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Drunken-elf Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010
I just use a ruler, that´s all.
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