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Postby scribbloid » Sun Sep 03, 2017 8:20 pm

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Subject title: I want to draw prettier round buildings in manga studio 5

It didnt go well last time.
I dont want to use ink, but when I draw the Scribbles on paper, they look better than the digital stuff.

Here are some ugly examples I drew without Scribbles and digital:

The Problem is, the lines dont look the way i want them to.
I have ideas, but the lines themselves are bad in my opinion.
(I hope I am easy to understand, I dont speak or write in english very often)
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Postby Audiazif » Fri Sep 08, 2017 4:23 pm

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I think you could start with a layer that has the correct perspective (like what you have right now). Then make another layer over it and choose the lines you like or make them more individual.
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Postby azarga » Fri Sep 08, 2017 5:10 pm

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Pretty much what Audi said.

First use perspective ruler and lay out your buildings using basic shapes by snapping them to the ruler.
It would appear u already know how to do it.
Then, on a new layer freehand over your layout. Without snapping to ruler unless you need a very long very straight line.

This will add line weight variety (even if not in a refined way Scott Robertson advices to use), which will give more live to your drawing.
If that alone won't yield satisfactory result, consider shading/crosshatching.
Please check my stuff here:
My dA, it is pretty bad.


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