ITT: Mangas with uniques artstyles
aint nothing else like it
It all began with Ai, he was human he lived in Hole. He wished to become a magic user so he stuffed himself with the flesh of various dead magic users but apparently died after the operation. The operation was actually successful but caused him to develop a split personality and thus Kai was born, he is the cross-eyes boss. Kai wished to become even stronger and started hunting magic users and implanting their devil tumors in his brain, his endgame is to become a Devil or something even greater. After En began to look for him Kai had to become more cautious with his kills so he created Aikawa as a third personality, which doesn't know anything, and Kai began killing the people that befriended Aikawa. When Kai killed Risu he was cursed by his magic, in that very same moment a bottle of Ebisu's smoke Kai was carrying broke and as a result of the two things Kaiman was born, he's basically an amnesiac Aikawa with a lizard face.
Yes, it's Dorohedoro. If my word it's worth something I really recommend it.
Dind't Ai die because he jumped into some fucking acid lake or some shit? I haven't read the few latest chapters but was Aikawa really intetionally created by Kai? I thought his "magic" of having multiple heads and personalities was sorta uncontrolled by him, like it just happened and he sorta gotta trapped in his different lives without knowing about his other heads.
Ai didn't die but Kai took over the body, Ai still exist within Kai. As for the multiple heads and bodies, don't get that and the personalities mixed up. Because Ai implanted in himself the flesh of eight dead magic users he gained eight extra bodies, whenever he loses a limbs or something he can replace it with one of the spare parts that are stored inside him. There is no correlation between the personalities and the heads. Kai created deliberately Aikawa for the reason I explained before, when Aikawa realizes what's going on he tries to kill and at this point Kai comes out and explains that Aikawa is just something he created and thus has no real control over the body. Kai lose the control over the body after the got cursed by both Risu and Ebisus's magic, that's why for some time Kaiman was the only one in command of the body.
I have re-read it a lot of times and I still find it amazing, looking forward to Hayashida's's new works.
That's from an artbook called Huvahh, her other works include her debut manga Maken X Another, and Underground Underground, which is a one-shot.
i really like the way the artist layers their compositions so that all the out of focus work gets filtered through a rasterizer
Blade of the immortal, and Hiroaki Samura's art in general.
Noujou Junichi's art is very recognizable, mostly thanks to the faces.
It could always restart in a new magazine or by a different publisher.
I thought it was actually going somewhere finally too.
Just switched? That's really impressive but he can't keep it up for any longer before he wears himself out.
Not only is the art good but the exposition is fantastic as well. Thanks to that, I can understand what is going and read the story as it flows naturally.
I would love to see what kind of references he uses to produce these. Too bad many of the interviews with him are written in French.
>Manga with unique style
although my favorite manga style is that one about the mage girl that gets adopted by the guy with the deer head
I can't reverse image search from 4chan, anymore . Any of you guys know how to fix it?
you gotta save and upload the image but that shit doesn't work properly either. I was trying to look up some doujin earlier and me and other anons couldn't get it to show up on google, but some other guy did. Pretty sure it's because he was logged into his google account for the search but i dont really know
this has a very
verylarge spectrum between moe and intense
I'm particularly fond of Oh!Great's art style.
I can't seriously be the only person who's played Shadows of the Damned, can I? I mean it's hardly Suda's best, but it's still great fun. And you can get it for like ten bucks from just about any bargain bin.
For all the sketchy art, Akasaka Aka does an excellent job of making every scene sinister.
Sounds like a hardware issue.
Expand it and right click to get the reverse image search menu.
For some reason that looks unappealing to me and I'm not sure why, I used to think that it might be because of those shit cleaning jobs that over use topaz and everything looks super smooth but that's not the case and this image looks like decent quality.
My other theory is that it's certain screen tones that they use (some mangaka) that look like shit to me but I don't know much about screen tones to be sure, maybe that's what makes this style look really smooth or something, while I prefer a more rough or messy style.
>trying to Piccaso
ABE Youichi https://www.mangaupdates.com/authors.html?id=9525
Other artists I like who've already been posted:
There are a lot of manga with their own "unique" art style..
Why Volume 4? The really early Blame! pages were mostly just accidentally/unpleasantly dirty, not stylistically.
Volumes 9 and 10 were the epitome of Nihei's art, hands down. There's simply nothing comparable to it in any of his other works, aside from choice pages in Biomega and Abara.
Mahou Tsukai no Yome is the one your talking about right?
Really fond to her minimalist art-style even if she does suffers a bit from sameface.
I've read that Oda taught himself to draw by tracing the facial animations in The Little Mermaid frame-by-frame.
Well since no one actully posted it. I geuss it's fine.
It's sweat. Combination of physical activity, tuxedo, and stage lights makes for sweaty dudes. Even without that,
holding handslike that with a 2Dgirl would make me sweat buckets too.
fuck right mate, more power to you as a member of the fanbase
anyone: if you speak korean or japanese and want to help with getting baki dou translations up to date, just say so
It's moe, but a unique kind of moe. Every manga by this artist has this style and they really suit his work well.
Them fucking eyes.
This doesn't count but Ishida art style is pretty unique.
Alot of older artists have that happen to them.
Unique and beautiful artstyle.
Not artstyle but the way Hayakawa Nojiko handles her panel layouts is unique
I wouldn't call JoJo prior to Part 4 unique.
Before mid-late Part 4 it's basically just Fist of The North Star
I entered the thread just to second this. Prison School could be 2 vegetables smiling at each other for 200 chapters and because of how great the artist is I'd still read it
Ones worth mentioning I like
Nihei stuff (BLAME etc)
Kyou Kara Ore Wa
Can't really think of any others that have a huge deviation from the norm. I mean I guess you can say something like Jojo has a unique art style but if you read a lot of manga it's pretty easy to recognize different artists unless their drawing is generic as fuck.
Magician is a manhwa but the art really stands out to me. Originally the outlines for everything were rough like the artist drew them several times. Then around 40 chapters in the outlines completely disappear which gives it a very interesting look. They come back later and very clean. Plus it's full color and just generally looks nice. Pic related shows the progression.
>Magician is a manhwa but the art really stands out to me. Originally the outlines for everything were rough like the artist drew them several times. Then around 40 chapters in the outlines completely disappear which gives it a very interesting look. They come back later and very clean. Plus it's full color and just generally looks nice. Pic related shows the progression
It's just inconsistent, so bad it sorta bad
The art is really consistent after the outlines come back. It's just neat to see it evolve. I mean it happens a lot with longer manga but that normally takes years where this guy changed up his style a few times in quick succession until he got what he wanted.
Is this bait?
I only post this for you my friend :^)
>responding seriously to bait
>no one is posting Inio Asano work
S t e p i t u p s e n p a i.
Mah man, that guy is baller at drawing despite he claimed to not being that much into drawing.
Anyway, Hiroyuki Asada, waiting for his next work.