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Stamp - Manga is Art by marko-kun-astur Stamp - Manga is Art by marko-kun-astur
Los amantes del manga ya estais tardando en ponerla en el journal.!! XD

Bueno mi sexta o septima stamp que hago y la tercera que subo creo..
(Pensando (u.u~) igual hago una cuenta de stamps y animaciones xD)

Una stamp que no he visto en dA por ninguna parte en referencia al manga, he visto al hentai, al lado oscuro de la fuerza, la ps3, nintendo, anime, pero ni una al manga

Por cierto haber si me curro una buena tipografia, que esas letras nose que pintan aqui

Espero que os guste
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EverStarcatcher Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I agree
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kadarna Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013   General Artist
true :dance:
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Soraply11 Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013
Who the fuck thinks that manga isn't??
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CaramellDancenGirl Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Professional Writer
My art teacher doesnt and I freaking hate her for that -_- manga is art
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Soraply11 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014
What?!? Why does she think that?! Clearly someone put their heart and soul in them!
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CaramellDancenGirl Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Professional Writer
I know!! She says theres "no original style to manga" which is bullshit because manga is your OWN style. Nobody says you have to paint the exact same way as picasso, do they? No, its just stupid!! She doesnt even let me draw manga in class, when thats all I know how to draw, then she says my projects suck.
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Soraply11 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014
Damn. Luckily I never had this kind of Teacher.
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CaramellDancenGirl Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Professional Writer
You are very lucky not to have her as a teacher
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Soraply11 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014
Yeah
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Mistyflowerchibi Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You mean, there are people out there who think that manga's not art??????????
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selene-bunny Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2012
super stamp


lo pondre en mi journal :)
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RockerRainMarie Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Cool :)
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funlakota Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2012
It is in some ways. But people in animation and in the art world won't take you seriously if you insist on drawing things that way. You need to know how to draw things realistically as well as cartoony and in other styles if you go in that field. It's good to have a wide variety of styles (including original styles) in your portfolio. Not all people who hire you to draw or design things will or do like the look of manga and anime.

It's a shame though. The same thing happens with people who do comics. You should some of the awesome things that are done in those superhero comics! They're much better and cooler than anything I can do. It takes talent and a lot of practice to draw that way.
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Namakemono-chan Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What manga series did you get the picture in the stamp from? It looks very familiar...
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Yadayada123 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2011
Considering how long it takes to learn how to draw, those who say it isn't are either trolling or have no artistic ability themselves.

I've found that learning how to draw manga only helps when I eventually decide to draw something else. ^^
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MT-SkyMemory Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yeah but it's unoriginal.
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MicoNutziri Featured By Owner May 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
How come?
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MT-SkyMemory Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The manga art style was created by a person, then everybody tries to copy it. I hope you can link that statement to the definition of unoriginal.
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MicoNutziri Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
So you say my art is unoriginal? My style is anime/manga mixed with my own style.
I've been on a anime/manga drawing course for 1½ year, and everyone there had their own style. Sure, it was in the anime/manga concept, but the drawings were vastly different. So manga artists aren't necessarily 'unoriginal' because they draw in a specific style.
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Yadayada123 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2011
Well that's a bit like saying cartoons are unorginal. It depends on the specific content, not the drawings themselves.

A lot of DC comics (most of them) have almost exactly the same drawing style, albeit they have different coloring or what not. People still consider that art. :P
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MT-SkyMemory Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Manga style are trying to duplicate one another, I don`t think the american, canadian or anything of any other origin PURPOSELY tries to duplicate another style.

but still, DC is a company, that's a horrible example you're giving.
If you need an example, compare two companies.
It's like comparing a person's old work and the same person's new work and say ``That's not original, it's the same thing as last year; change your style.``
(note:metaphors are not always accurate)
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Yadayada123 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011
Any "conventional" method of learning art shows people to other styles and tells them to imitate it. Any "unconventional" method of learning art is looking at either other people's art, or other people or animals and drawing it. The latter's been done, I'm afraid.

Or at least that's what the world's done to me. :P

So here, I'll compare two companies: DC and Marvel. Another example? The artists at Disney had to draw every single frame exactly like each other and there were a LOT of artists.

And that's a simile, not a metaphor. Actually, that's how most kids learn. They draw other cartoons and end up drawing their own. Ex. Toriyama (the creator of Dragonball) inspired Kishimoto (the creator of Naruto). Their drawings look extremely different. Likewise, Kubo (the creator of Bleach) was inspired by "Ge Ge Ge No Kitaro" and "Saint Seiya." There's very little resemblance between Kubo's drawings and his influences.

No, manga styleS are not trying to "duplicate" one another (that would involve either tracing or a copy machine). Mangaka are not copying any more than regular artists or cartoonists. And they're probably copying less than those who worked at Disney back in the day.
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MT-SkyMemory Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm going to stick to my duplication theory, but I can compare two cartoons of the same company; 6teen and Total drama, something everyone knows. (at least I think they're both fresh) The styles are completely different bt created by the same people. try compare something more childish like Spongebob and Jimmy two shoes. THAT's variety. that's cartoons.

Anime all just look like the same stuff no matter any differences spotted.
asian realistic, then a chibi then the basic manga exxagerated expression.
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TheArtisticLeaf Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
okaii no its the animators in anime that make the anime look the same, you would know when you read the manga for anime that the art styles are definitely different but similar, chunnibyou for example has the same animators as other anime but the manga for them are different. or ookami san and her 7 companions have you seen it, after watching it and reading the manga you can see the differences in the style the animators have to the manga artist them self so not all manga is copied in fact, no manga is copied, and definitely not duplicated or the same as any other. you have to be talking about anime when you say copy and duplicate because yeah i know the animation is the same for certain animators. but manga, theres the variety and some unique artists have their style better seen in their anime so in the end manga and anime have variety. my style came from seeing other artists but does my style look just like lloyd irving from ToS? well i don't think so so in conclusion, read manga and watch anime you'll see that manga art is art and it is not duplicated from other artists.



also #3 years late for a rant XD
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Yadayada123 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
Then you don't read into it as much as I do. :P You're looking for the type of drastic differences that I'm not looking for. You're looking for entire body reconstruction so that it doesn't look realistic at all.

Secondly, those are still drawn by completely different people. For example: Butch Hartman created Fairly Oddparents and TUFF Puppy. The styles look the same.

If you still think ALL anime characters and ALL Manga characters look the same, I don't know what to tell you. I'd just stick with saying you're blind.

And no, I'm not entirely sure what either of those shows are that you listed. I know they're on cartoon network, which I avoid like the plague since the decline of Looney Toons.
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MT-SkyMemory Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, I'll just conclude with my "all characters look the same" theory with this; most of them have the same hair style and you'd only recofnize the different hair colors unless you read the manga, most body structure is the same; short or tall, big boobs for the girls and buffed up for the dudes.

and with the "entire body reconstruction" thing? THAT'S THE POINT. it's a completely different art style. Which is what I wanted to take for example. Those shows are COMEDIES and body structure can exaggerate out of proportion to make it funny.

It's not my fault if you don't want to give anything else but MANGA a try. If all you're interested in is the art style, there are still funny shows like Boondocks that imitate the manga style. That's if you even have a sense of humor.
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Ai-bird Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012
What's with your all manga look The same it so does not and what are you thinking 6teen and Total drama both look close to identical manga charaters look the same is a lie superman and batman look alike also manga may always have big eyes but thats apart of the style what do ou have aganist it any way it's like saying every white person looks the same or every spanish one it's not right.
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Yadayada123 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2011
Excuse me? I learned how to draw with manga. And no, manga is NOT the only thing I draw. So kindly fucking know what you're talking about before spewing bullshit.

Secondly, you can see resemblences for cartoons like Edd Ed and Eddy and the show "Total Drama Island," the only real difference is the color scheme. That show with the kid and his squirrel pet resemble Edd ed and Eddy. Calvin and Hobbes even bears a resemblance to some of those cartoons.

And no, the body structure is not always the same. Not all guys are buff (Ishida Uryuu from Bleach), and not all girls have huge boobs (Sakura from Naruto, Rukia from Bleach). Obviously the only manga/anime you've read/watched is Dragonball, because only Akira Toriyama is so inept at character design that you have to wait for the anime to figure out who's who.

And no, most of them do not share the same hairstyle. No more than western cartoons.
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Marazipan Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2011
Aaaaaand drawing realism is?
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MT-SkyMemory Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's different. realism is realism reality was not invented by anybody it just is. Manga was invented by a Japanese person. Everyone else in the country decided to copy his/her original art style then the whole world is trying to copy this style invented by this person. a thing I hate about manga is that it influenced some people into fantasizing that they are Japanese. It just sucks to see some white kid pretending that they're from my race.
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Marazipan Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2011
You do have a point there, good sir. That, however, does not change the fact that it is used commonly among the art community, and thus renders any 'originality' arguments against any style of art invalid. You'd have to make an entirely new style, but this would be difficult because it'll be rendered either toony (manga or otherwies) or realistic.
It took a lot of different people to create the manga genre. If not, we'd only have one type of style floating around. The manga style, however, has a wide range. The anime 'Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt' has moments of better proportioned art to the deformed anatomy that is it's usual style.
And let's face it, most cartoons coming from Japan are dubbed 'anime' anyway. It all boils down to the fact that manga is just cartoons with a fancy foreign name.
Weeaboos are disgraceful, we all know this. It's pathetic from both Caucasian and Japanese points of view. Hell, any point of view would think they're being idiotic. Having an interest in another culture is one thing, whatever the fuck weeaboos do is another. :|
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MT-SkyMemory Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Weeaboos suck ass, that we can agree on. They take Japanese, (some idiots think Japanese are WHITE. That takes Asian pride out cruelly) and make it like Japan is better than any other Asian country (or just ignore the rest of the continent).

Toony has SO MUCH variety though. Manga are all just about the same. some people can also mix up toony and realistic or manga and realistic.
I once met a dumb weeaboo who tried to troll me and said "NO ur an idiot, this is not a cartoon, it's an Anime."
weeaboos are extremely stupid and some like in that example tried to SEPARATE anime from cartoon.
Every single cartoon has a nationality. Weeaboos are brainwashing themselves.
However, a few american cartoons are using the manga style and it just bugs the fuck out of me.
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funlakota Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2012
I don't see much of a problem with American cartoonists using things from Japanese cartoons. The Japanese used things from Western cartoons in their cartoons. It's how 'anime' was born!

Weeaboos seem to forget that fact. I once told one that the big, expressive eyes in anime came from 1930s American cartoons (like Disney's and Betty Boop)... because those were the toons the Japanese were exposed to during the Occupation following WW2. So they incorporated it into their cartoons simply because they liked the look and wanted to use it. It's no big deal; we get inspired by other art styles all the time. That weeaboo's response was that she never saw those American cartoons made in the 1930s. (I guess she never watched "Bambi," "Snow White," or any other toon like Mikey Mouse that Disney made!) Yet she insisted on knowing everything about anime and that it had nothing to do with Western cartoons. :roll:


If American cartoonists want to incorporate things from Japanese toons, let them. It doesn't mean everyone will like the result though. Colleges esp. don't like seeing the style used in an applicant's portfolio. They like seeing a wide variety of things as well as an individual's own style. ;)
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MT-SkyMemory Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh? Sorry. I meant a crappy Canadian cartoon.. ^^; (My life me?)

I was definitely okay with mixing. (Betty boop? wow...)
I guess I was leaning towards the lack of common sense a weeaboo shows towards the comparison.
It still pisses me off when they say "ANIME IS BETTER THAN ANYTHING" and when people igonore color-wise flaws. It sometimes make me think that mangakas are color blind. Because at some point, I crossed an anime with a green haired girl who was shaving her green armpit hair. :puke:
I mean, that's just impossible to be natural. People don't even notice -.-
What bugged me a lot is that I saw an anime with a kid who had highlights. It completely lacked thought; no one can have two hair colors unless treated. What kind of mother would let her four-year old bleach their hair? Nobody actually considers the realism...
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funlakota Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012
Well, all Western cartoonists may opt to use some features from 'anime,' not just Americans. The French have been doing it for years. There's nothing wrong with it. But again that doesn't mean everyone's going to like it... because people have different tastes.

Weeaboos never make sense about the whole thing. :roll: I hate hearing them say 'anime' is better, superior, or more mature too. It's just stupid. I compare them to nerdy comic book fans who insist on calling their comics 'graphic novels.' :D There's a lot of similarity between them. Also with some Star Wars and Star Trek fans. ^^

Not all cartoons or 'anime' even fit into the weeaboo's narrow definitions. Some 'anime' is really stupid and pointless (or heaven forbid, aimed at children in Japan), and some cartoons are not intended for children or may have deeper points to them.

I like animation in general. Good animation and good shows are not limited to one country. ;)


The hair thing is just done to make it easier to tell characters apart a lot of the time. Which is stupid in itself. At least give them realistic hair colours if you want some variety! It's annoying.


Judge for yourself. Here's a link to some pictures of Betty Boop: [link] It's not exactly the same, but there is some resemblance between her and the first 'anime' characters. Also look at her puppy dog. He's similar to some of those cute animal/children sidekicks in 'anime.' Disney, Warner Brothers, and MGM were doing the same thing with their characters at the time.
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Marazipan Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011
Lol I feel kind of bad for the Japanese now. But weeaboos tend to destroy all that is good in the world.

Manga has vast differences between styles as well, though. Some people even mix western with manga. Some Japanese cartoons don't fit the normal style of manga, but it is still considered manga.
LOL. I draw manga-style, and I know for a fact that they're cartoons. Slightly mixed in with realism, yes, but they are merely cartoons. People like that just believe manga>cartoon, when really manga=cartoon. Kind of sad.
I don't mind that at all, really. Totally Spies (a terrible show, but a good example) is very anime-esque but it's quite obviously an American cartoon. It's simply the creator's style of drawing. If I made a cartoon, it would be in an anime-style (since that is how I, you know, draw) but it would still be an American Canadian cartoon.
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MT-SkyMemory Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Totally Spies isn't that bad, sucky ending though. But I thought it was French? :XD:
I hate it when people watch anime and read manga because it is what it is. (and for the heck of it being JAPANESE=>ooh!! An anime!? I don't care what it is, I'll check it out!It MUST be good if it was made in J-A-P-A-N!)
I think weaboos are in the group of stuck up teenagers that listen to bad rap, cliché pop, dig the hollywood scene, etc. My theory, not official info. ;p
I'm sure that the majority of these otakus that claim to know Japanese don't even know the Japanese word for "Japan" I find that hilarious.

Yay!! Fellow Canadian!! :highfive:
I'd say my style is more toony mix with manga but EVERYBODY thinks it's manga. It sorta ticks me off sometimes.
One day I'm gonna lose it and say; Do I look Japanese? Do my OC's look Wapanese? They can look at my character's eyes and label it manga for the heck of it. I would admit that my style is a bit manga-ish. But my art style is my own.
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irkangirlq1516 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
and i wish i could do it
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Sbella Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2010
can i use this? :33
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marko-kun-astur Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Yes! why not? yo can use it
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Fiannawoman Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2010   Writer
I agree, it's art...I mean, it is 2D. It is hard normally to draw and color (if it's colored) but I suggest to try and make it appear so ffing good that it looks 3D hahaXD
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FotoNerdz Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2010  Professional Photographer
HI, i :heart: your stamp

have a look [link] there is a manga stamps contest
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JaybieJarrett Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
I have my own style but I also am trying to draw in the manga/anime style. It's effing HARD. The next time someone tells me manga doesn't qualify as art. I'd tell them: "Then you try it. You try drawing anime and try to get it right. "

I've bought at least five books on it and I'm still struggling on it. I've gotten some progress but not with hours of frustration paper torn from erasing and a desire to scream from frustration.


=D nice stamp.
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SegaSonic127 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2010
@HoodieGurl
I love you. I hate people who say "LOLOLOL ANIME/MANGA ISN'T ART LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL" It IS art, and it takes a hell of a lot of practice to get it right. I'm a beginner Anime/Manga artist and I still need lots of work before I become a pro.
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JaybieJarrett Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
yes. I still have yet to figure out anime eyes. I gave up and now I've ended up with a style that is a mixture of anime and western style.

I just keep the manga books because my little sister likes them ,and they're pretty.
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gureitsu Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2010  Student Digital Artist
i trie to get into a college and they looked at my portfolio said. you might want to trie again. anime is not art.


its to art. just from another country.
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Zelgadis-Gabriev Featured By Owner May 17, 2010
If all you are doing is Manga art, then that is the problem and for that I guess I can meet that college half-way there. Do not get me wrong...Manga art is cool and all, but colleges would like to see more original artworks created from observation which normally excludes the Anime and Fantasy themes. You are going to get that a lot from colleges unless if they are a little more laid-back about it...which is normally unlikely.
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alienfingers Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2010
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Poeticmurderer Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

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Cloudpow Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2010
Just like how American comics are works of art, the same goes for Japanese comics AKA "manga". :D
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