Yeah sorry guys been busy with some personal matters! And and...the comic pages I talked of are taking longer than expected!
Action guys...it's tough to portray. But somehow it's become easier through learning martial arts x'D because through this I feel I can make my action scenes more fluid? flowing? Not just cut off angles of a kick or whatever hitting people. No...I'm aiming to show the COOL ANGLES! where you see what's going on...I'm familiar with some manga/comics in the past I've read have done this...their action scenes usually over in a few moves or panels or the angles leave you guessing.."what the fuck did he/she just do???" So you know...I've set a certain standard for myself. Thus it will take some time. I feel like we should all study more on action when making action scenes...watch martial arts movies more? Study such movements or go to a dojo and watch people train x'D Because damn... I'm tiring of anime these days with lame and unsatisfying action! shit is over in like a few fucking moves or 30 seconds. (sure real life- some fights don't even last but 3 seconds due to knockouts and people breaking em up lol But we're portraying a fictional world and characters...let's fucking keep it fun!) Also...I'm sick getting of characters floating in the air for more than fucking 20 seconds fighting especially when they aren't even flying characters...not even running on a wall or jumping wall to wall to stay airborne...just floating...fighting...wtf? Do an attack and land! Lol I understand people go for dynamic shit sometimes...but could they be less like DBZ? (not that I have anything against DBZ- loved that series growing up) Jumping high and shit I don't mind but damn let's land faster instead of floating and thinking.
I'll get to uploading more this week possibly!(yeah kinda drew for a friend and that drawing popped out quick and awesome) I still gotta deal with my stripe test today in Taekwondo.
Also thinking of doing more art trades when I catch up