I saw manga drawing feel the difference actors,
manga look "perfect drawing"
other sleeve drawing defect
I draw two differences, does it look like it?
I'm thinking, is drawing importa perfect or your own style?
It is really hard to figure out what you're saying, my guess is you're asking about whether you should do perfect clean lines or something rougher. I like the one on the right a lot more because I like loose, sketchy and impressionistic linework in art. I'm okay trading imperfection for art that feels toothy and alive.
I personally prefer it when the lines aren't clean and perfect. I enjoy seeing and appreciating the artist's pen movements.
This is also why I sometimes prefer the early works of professional manga artists. Even though their art might not be as polished as their later stuff, it can feel more vibrant with the imperfect lines.
1 and 2 both look great.I prefer the right drawing in picture 3
I agree. There's a manga I read not too long ago where I enjoyed the sketches after each chapter. It gets me excited to read the next because I was excited to see the next one. The story wasn't great but I like the drawings.
Each have their own strong points, I have no preference but I still wish to be able to draw "defect" one.
I wish I could do the "defect drawing" without the urge to correct it into a cleaner and closed line, or feeling mine is not "authentic" or good enough.
Also the "perfect" one you draw still feels loose and sketchy.
I don't want to be that guy, but wouldn't "clean or messy drawing" sound better?
Anyhow, I like both. But it depends on how well they're readable.