Hey, guys! I'm a guy that likes drawing cartoons, and I aspire to make a webcomic from all my labor! Also, I'm a nice guy, that is very versatile with pretty much EVERYTHING.
THINGS ABOUT ME!
1) I have ADHD! (prime creation fuel)
2) I LOVE candy (but diabetes and high blood pressure run in my family. It's love/hate)
3) Music influences my work! (No lie, every drawing I do can be related to some kind of music)
4) I really like making holiday-themed stuff. (I like holidays more than someone should)
5) I'm strangely GOOD at duplicating multiple cartoon art styles (it's really handy, actually)
6) Every current character that I have made has something in relation to me.
7) I play pretty much EVERY game genre. (no preferences)
8) I am the result of a Black/Filipino race mix. (I'm Blasian!)
9) People REAAAAALLY like playing with my hair (Afros are the best.)
10) These are not shorts, these are half-pants.
I also have these things: featherlan.tumblr.com/
Tips and Tricks: Action Scene Basics
How to Draw Manga! Tips and Tricks: Action Scene Basics Introduction
Action scenes are a key part of any manga, whether they be a placid shoujo to a shounen mecha showdown. Action scenes are a dynamic action driven panel showing a fight or action against an inanimate object, or a passionate realisation. All of these follow a similar formula to create the action sequence.
Setting the Scene
When creating an action scene first consider the what action is being performed and how the two objects/subjects are interacting, i.e. show the force of the movement. For a person, it they are being hit, they will reaction in accordance to the force applied.A common way of achieving this is using the < shape to indicate where they are being hit. Take into consideration anatomy; if a person is being hit in the stomach they will produce a nice < shape with their head and shoulders coming forwards, whilst the hip becomes the poi