>>2297719 well ive been doing it for 3 years and whenever i try color or anything not perfectly straight it feels gross, so i do what all u guys do and just go with what feels right. I dont know what else to really do except some good architecture but if u have a suggestion i would hear u out
You shouldn't always be doing 'what feels right'. It seems like you are actively avoiding curves and colour because you arent sure how to apply them, which is fine, but that's usually a good indicator of something you need to learn. Like when people hide hands behind the backs and in pockets to avoid drawing them.
Your drawings arent bad they are just sort of lifeless/flat and there are better ways to do what you're doing and give it more impact (see pic) in terms of more interesting perspective, detailing etc. If doing these types of drawings is what you enjoy then go for it, but disregarding curves completely is not going to help you in any way, just restrict you.
I guess I should clarify that choosing not to draw curves is fine given the type of mechanical perspective drawings you're doing and 90% of the time cities dont have curves in their skylines. So if inked perspectives are all you ever want to draw in then sure, it's not that much of a relevant skill for you, it's just the drawings themselves will then need to have added dimensions, differing building set backs, more interesting focal points and so on to avoid it looking so flat. You spent the majority of the time on the drawing making horizontal lines instead of greater consideration on the forms themselves.
>>2297742 OP here, thanks for the tips, can u recomned a software to do this or a few examples where using a real ruler and pen actualy happend. the japanese are great at this but i like real ink, and somehting possible to do in real ink
This is from Akira, a 1988 manga drawn in ink. The entire book is filled with stuff like this and would have been hand drawn with a ruler.
If you mean software to mass forms the google sketchup is pretty good for quickly creating a lot of shapes that you can then draw over as a base and add details. If you mean using software to produce an image like in the picture then I have no idea. Maybe one of those manga programs like painttool SAI would have the tools you need, but I doubt it
>>2297785 i saw the insane repetition and thought no1 would ever do that unless they could just click it and say "let it be" its would take a painfully long amount of time to do that and i think time could be better spent
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