Today I was able to almost finish the background of the cartoon for next month’s support website ( ^ᴗ^ ).
By the way, I have been using the term “three-dimensional consistency” a little lately, but I am not using it in the sense of a drawing that is totally correct or an accurate three-dimensional expression like 3D. I am referring to the essence of the technology that beautifully expresses the background, multiple characters, objects, etc. with a sense of unity on a single screen expressed in a two-dimensional picture. For example, Akira Toriyama and Hayao Miyazaki (Nausicaa in the manga series) are very appealing artists even if only in terms of their character drawings. I think they are expressing a convincing picture that gives the viewer a tremendous sense of the world. Moreover, this is backed up by a high level of basic fundamental skills, so if it is a manga, every frame is of consistent quality. This gives the work a sense of technical and aesthetic quality that I don’t often see in other works. I would like to be able to do that myself, and I would like to pursue and improve in that direction as much as possible within the scope of my equipment. Well, in my case, it is Lolielo (laughs).
Incidentally, I saw a Youtube channel the other day that said that Akira Toriyama’s drawings are not that good, but when combined with the story (textual information), they are very interesting. I think that may be true, but I think that Akira Toriyama’s appeal is his drawing ability and his ability to create a fast-paced manga with a sequence of panels that are easy to read. I think that his talent is unparalleled in action and battle manga. I think that the great manga artists, such as Rumiko Takahashi and Mitsuru Adachi, are basically good at manga. The most important thing in manga is the characters, and I think the most basic elements that boost the characters are the panel layout, readability, and easy-to-understand pictures. In my opinion, Rumiko Takahashi has a very good sense of rhythm, or in other words, she is very good at using pauses and summarizing the story. And Adachi Mitsuru is also great at dividing the panels and summarizing the story. I guess you could call it “kiyo-setsu” or “kiyo-ryo-tansetsu.
Well, I am a doujin (laugh), so I can say I am at ease (I am old enough), but I want to pursue it as a hobby, so I would like to aim to create pictures with the three-dimensional consistency I mentioned above. I would like to pursue it as a hobby, so I would like to aim for that kind of drawing with the three-dimensional consistency I mentioned above. I believe that a manga that is still easy to read and erotic is my ideal goal.