|Date Added: May 13, 2010|
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Description: I forgot to upload those last two lessons that I said I would yesterday. The reason why I forgot to do so is because I was side tracked by a movie that I just bought called “Daybreakers” which stars Ethan Hawke, and William Dafoe. I thought the concept of a world with only vampires in existence was pretty cool, and the story seemed to be pretty good. But the ending was absolutely horrible. I can't believe that they ended the movie like that. I'm not going to tell you how it was ended, because I know there are more then some of you that probably didn't see it yet. Anyways, if you ask me if I would recommend the flick, I would have to say yes. If you asked me if you should spend money buying the movie, I would have to say yes as well, but there is one reason why I would buy the movie. Daybreakers is one of those videos that you can only watch once, but in like a month or so you might want to watch it again with a friend. And in like three months, you can watch it again by yourself but not all the way to the end. That's the type of movie it is to me. But let's shy away from that subject because there is a more important thing we need to discuss and learn about. Let me teach you "how to draw realistic manga", step by step. How many of us have a big problem trying to draw manga or anime characters to look realistic? I for one still have trouble in that area especially when it comes to drawing out feet and toes. I figured that it would be a good idea to draw, and submit a tutorial that can teach the novice, intermediate, and even advanced artist, to "draw realistic manga" in way that can be helpful, and understandable so that it will enable you to draw your manga characters even better. The helpful tips, and diagrams will help you understand portions, cemetery, and realism. All you have to do is read, and follow the step by step instructions to be on your way of becoming a better manga artist. I for one am not perfect yet with drawing manga. Although, I do think I have drawing manga faces down packed pretty good. Nonetheless, there is always room for improvement to do, and be better. I hope that this lesson will show, and guide you how to do just that. Have fun with your manga drawing tutorial. Have fun peeps, and have an awesome drawing day!