Are you jealous of Murata's superior talent?
You're so up your own arse. I bet you everything that has ever been discussed on this site has some sort of tumblr following.
I don't like them either but you're being ridiculous.
Togashi can draw well sometimes.
Anyway, what matters the most is the story.
This is equivalent to plugging yours and closing yours eyes whilst screaming "la la la lala" because you don't want to face reality.
I see, then why are all of you getting so defensive over some tumblr-core mango?
I like the combination of the art and content.
>I see, then why are all of you getting so defensive over some tumblr-core mango?
I hope this thread is a lesson to all of you. Just because it's popular it doesn't mean it's bad. The next time you shitpost in a thread about a popular anime or manga remember this thread, remember how stupid you look.
Hating something because is the worst kind of cancer.
>That picture is just hard to look at
What do you mean? I can look fine at it
It gets good later on. But if you didn't get interested so far, might indeed not be good for you.
Punpun is one of the most /a/-core manga, to put it in your retarded terms. No one cares about what your buddies in other cancerous websites are talking about.
Saged, reported, called the cops.
It really could, I think. But it's noway horrible, from my point of view. I'm not an artist or anything, though.
Thank you, I guess. The fans used to be cooler in the past, but I think they either became crazy after this last decade filled of hiatus or are new fans that don't yet "get it".
>The pilot is definitely accelerating to create a kinetic detonation.
Yes but if we want to get super technical here, he's not generating enough lift to overcome gravity, so he isn't actually "flying". He's falling as fast as he can.
I wonder if this makes me a hipster?
Even if the origin of light is known? Because it doesn't magically change trajectory just by going through glass, the glass has to be bent for the light to change trajectory or really thick.
Pretty sure that's direct sunlight, because looking outside the window, every thing's completely white. Thus, indicating that it's one of the brightest points of the day, when the sun is shining directly inside the room and you can clearly see where it is shining from because the it's even a lot brighter around that window. No mere reflection can do that.
If we are basing things just off of detail or realism the art is shit. It is a unique style that can still convey actions and details while still being visually appealing, so I do understand why you like it.
I want to see a better plaid shirt than this one.
Like these. Unique and compelling.
Suspect a lot of computer generation is involved here.
My personal favorite is Naoki Urasawa. He is the master at drawing faces. You can tell the race, age and characteristics of a character just from it. The kids really do look like their adult version without using cheap tricks (like a distinctive or same hairstyle as older version, same clothes, etc). And the expressions... the guy is a genius of drawing faces. Its as good as 2d gets without falling into the uncanny valley that some artists fall into.
And of course Inoue's vagabond.
I used to like this, but somehow ended up not reading it very far. Weird because I felt it was genuinely good and also enjoy a good zombie-flick. I'm at the part where the MC meets the girl in the forest.
Maybe because I heard the main plot point becomes girls immunity or something, that sounds totally retarded and is like one of the most boring zombie-cliches
There's also overlap across different manga and it affects you subconsciously. Johan and Fukubei are the same except for the Japanese/German eye and age difference. Also that Professor's daughter from 20th century boys is a copy of some woman from Monster.
I'll never understand why /a/ has such a hard-on for really detailed art. I would pick something with style over something realistic anytime.
I would make a comment on how the joke went over your head, but it's not actually much of joke.
I haven't got the faintest clue about what you're referring to.
It all depends on what fits the narrative.
the outline of most things looks messing, like a notebook sketch.
it's rather fitting to the mood of the manga but sometimes it just looks a bit off, like a few scenes where Nikaido
is in demon mode
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Check out Blame! but be aware that a lot of the characters look similar so it gets confusing at times.
Hiroaki Samura. Great art, love his style and shading technique. He draws very distinctive faces. It's too bad his best stuff isn't really in his manga. Best work imho is in the ero/guro/BDSM artbook Love of the Brute.
Definitely should check it out if a little cruelty in your porn doesn't bother you. Won't post it here because NSFW at all.
>not realizing that photo is blame and nihei is the name of the author
That moment happen in thought only.
I am a Hero has bent background by straight-up characters or pro-eminent elements whenever something is a dream or a lapse into an inner-universe.
Strange lack of Yasuhiko
This cracks me up but reverse image search is giving me nothing.
According to my practically nonexistent japanese, the title says caramel kicchu (kiss+chu?) but I can't find anything.
Source would be appreciated.
It's Caramel Kitsch so you were on track.
The pics you have been posting are all good examples of what he's talking about! Can't you see how the outlines are sketchy and rough-looking rather than clean?
I don't agree with the other guy's opinion that the art is sometimes ugly or unappealing or hard to look at, I like it and think it's very well done and fits the story well. But you're either a troll or a moron if you can't see what he means by sketchy, unclean outlines.
I'm guessing sarcasm is a foreign concept to you.
Y'know I could spend time explaining it, but I have this feeling that it'll end up like trying to explain why Looney Toons characters don't immediately fall down when running of a cliffs.
Love me some food pron
Best drawings of animals and natural environments I've ever seen.
So do I, can't believe he doesn't get posted in these threads more often. He actually got his Masters degree in fine arts I believe, or at least was working on one, when he switched to doing manga from more traditional artwork.
His pencil shading is unlike any other mangaka's work that I have seen. The fine art background really shows.
shokugeki no soma of course.
Too bad he stopped dropping acid and doesn't draw every page with detail like that anymore.
I just read the ending of Blame! because I never finished it.
What the hell was that about.
>the bad scan
Yes the art is great.
For non-hentai manga with sex scene: Velvet Kiss
Did the magazine add a foldout page just for this?
Alwaysed loved Kouta Hirano style. He got better and better every volume. Drifters looks really good as well.
Haven't gone through the whole thread so I don't know if this has been posted yet... but Vagabond has the best art I've seen in any manga. I have like 50 of the double page spreads as my background on my computer.
You can always know a good author when it's apparent that they have god-tier taste.
>mfw he keeps getting into motorcycle accidents and breaking his arms and legs
Goddammit, guy, be careful
But think of all the riding costumes he has to try!
The art made me pick up the series.
Does anyone remember a thread with a similar theme from a year ago? We talked about mangakas' art evolution. I'm looking for that one spread with a masked person. The mask was dark or shaded. That shit was beautiful.
We deconstruction now.
Just began to read it, the main girl is very attractive.
It's because most of /a/, like most of the general populace anywhere, doesn't actually know anything about art. The situation pressures people into thinking they need to voice some sort of opinion and so they slap together an idea based on what little they know and have gleaned off conversations with other people, usually people just as ignorant as themselves. The bottom line is that they attempt to find some kind of pattern in art to establish a criteria for judgement, but lacking in any kind of actual art reading capabilities, they fall back on easy to recognize visual cues of quantitative measurement, like crude adherence to realism or levels of detail. /a/ literally doesn't know how to even begin identifying "good art" in the first place. They also don't understand how to define "good art" as is plainly evidenced by their attempt to establish a linear scale of quality in the first place.
tl;dr: /a/ doesn't know what the fuck they're talking about