Hatching and other ink techniques in anime and manga

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My Japanese animation steacher Sayaka uses hatching for value techniques for her charaters, since the student and I don't have tone we have to use these techniques. However I stink at hatching and any other technique that reqires hatching and ink pattern for value. Especially when it come to large spacious areas such as giving value to a whole shirt if it's large. Can anyone help me? also can you post some pics of hatching and other ink techniques. It would also help if someone could ger me a manga that doesn't use tone.

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  • Sep 20, 2005
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I'm not a big fan of hatching either. But you have to agree, these are the very basic of what you should know how to do before getting into drawing pictures with values. I'm not very sure of what kind of pix you're looking for, but here's a few that I dugged up from google. Just keep practicing, you'll get it eventually, and it won't be as hard as you think it is. Once you get that down, you will find hatching is a faster technique than shading.

http://www.sanford-artedventures.com/create/images/linear_hatchingcylinder.jpg
http://www.portrait-artist.org/pics-ballpointpen-sketch/rendering-lips.jpg
http://www.portrait-artist.org/pics-ballpointpen-sketch/ink-dimplechin-2-14-02.jpg

  • Sep 20, 2005

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