Vark's Incubator Thread

Vark's Incubator Thread
« on: May 09, 2018, 10:07 PM »
HEY SO I'm trying out EnterVOID cuz it looks super cool. Gonna enter my OC Princess Angela Wonderchan Sakurablossom!

I made a new ref for her for this, and I'm gonna try making an intro comic for her ASAP... only thing I'm really worried about is if my art's good enough to qualify...


I'll write a short sorta bio for her too:

Gender: F
Height: 5'13"


"Why live in the shrubbery when she can have a throne."

Princess Angela Wonderchan Sakurablossom (self-named) is the self appointed princess of a small village of tardigrades living in a sewer beneath a large city. A trip to the surface introduced her to anime and cosplay and she's loved it ever since! She seeks excitement and adventure, and to hone her skills as the toughest gal from her "kingdom," which means fighting danger and stopping trouble wherever she can find it!


"Pressure cannot squash her and fire will not burn, these are the things she surely will learn."

While Princess Angela isn't a magic user, she is capable of calling up an aura to augment her physical attributes, such as strength, speed, durability, reflexes, and perception... but her aura is heavily favors defense over everything else! Compared to other characters from my 'verse, she's not that strong offensively. Against opponents with powerful auras or armor, her attacks hit like a plastic bag in a gentle breeze. But her aura combined with her tardigrade nature makes her virtually unkillable! And, technically speaking, she IS still superhumanly strong. Also of note is her surprisingly acrobatic fighting style, incorporating flurries of punches, spins, and kicks.

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Re: Vark's Incubator Thread
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2018, 08:57 AM »
Hey you.
Yes you.

Your art is lovely and never say it's not good enough.

Re: Vark's Incubator Thread
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2018, 09:17 AM »
Heh honestly I feel pretty proud of my art! In recent months I've felt like I've really gotten to a place where I'm satisfied with it!

I'm just worried it doesn't measure up to other people on this site.

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Re: Vark's Incubator Thread
« Reply #3 on: May 10, 2018, 09:22 AM »
Heh honestly I feel pretty proud of my art! In recent months I've felt like I've really gotten to a place where I'm satisfied with it!

I'm just worried it doesn't measure up to other people on this site.

Beleive me.

For one. You are better at anatomy than me.
Two. You have tons of amazing characters.
Three. You are just as good as everyone else.
Four. Angela is gonna beat ass

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Re: Vark's Incubator Thread
« Reply #4 on: May 10, 2018, 09:27 AM »
And never forget.
Right there at the bottom of the page:

We exist to provide an environment for artists to learn and improve their sequential art skills competitively. Our community is designed to give critical feedback and encouragement to our many members the world over, at all skill levels.
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Re: Vark's Incubator Thread
« Reply #5 on: May 10, 2018, 09:37 AM »


Thumbnails for my intro comic, made entirely with the mouse!!!!

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Re: Vark's Incubator Thread
« Reply #6 on: May 10, 2018, 10:07 AM »
Hey you.
Yes you.

Your art is lovely and never say it's not good enough.

I agree with this comment.

However, I will encourage you to get yourself an art tablet.
You can get so far with drawing with the mouse. Personally, I find it incredibly tiring to work with a mouse. But. I guess you can also prove me wrong, and do appealing artwork with just that tool and keep your energy high enough.

And... Correct me if I am wrong, but did you do this on Paint? I... Will definitely ask you to get an actual art program. There's many free art programs out there; GIMP and Krita, to mention some.

Feel free to check out http://www.blambot.com/ for comic fonts too. I'm sure you'll find one of your liking, there's a plenty.

Re: Vark's Incubator Thread
« Reply #7 on: May 10, 2018, 10:52 AM »
I actually do have an art tablet! It's just my thumbnailing that was done with a mouse (afterall it doesn't need to look good, it just needs to be something I can quickly make and/or edit while still letting me know whats going on)
I don't use paint, I use paint.net actually. I'm thinking of moving up to clip studio paint, but that feels like a daunting prospect, ya know?

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Re: Vark's Incubator Thread
« Reply #8 on: May 10, 2018, 10:57 AM »
I hear you.

Only thing I can say about that is looking up tutorials around the net. I find Youtube very useful.
And Udemy too. There are some tutorials that happen to be free. Not sure if they have anything on Clip Studio Paint, but it can't hurt to check.

 

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