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First TAG in this Blog!

Posted by: Ms Ayain Ms Aya's Papers
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Mood- Happy~!

Mood- Happy~!

3rd August 2K8, Sunday – 10:42+pm.

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A tag from Mau-chan!

HOO~ZAH~♥! \<^x^>/

This is going to be the first tag in this blog.

Previously, we did a lot of tags in the old blog together, didn’t we?

I hope we can still do that together~ \<´v`>/

The power of 「一緒に」~! (Togetherness) \<^v^>/

*A-hem* Let’s roll! ↓

7 facts about me:

  • I am a sheep.
  • I want bigger boobs.
  • I am anti-social.
  • I have never dated or have a boy friend until now.
  • I like silent, mysterious, serious type and black haired men.. Who are older than me. (Homura, Byakuya…)
  • I enjoy scary and violent movies from the 80′s and 90′s.
  • I can only speak English.

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7 things that scares me:

  • Rapist.
  • Thieves.
  • Crimes.
  • People.
  • Poverty.
  • Cockroaches/insects.
  • Losing hair.

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7 songs playing in my mind:

  • Canon in D Major by Jon Pachebel.
  • Remember My Brave by The GazettE[?]
  • What Color Is Death by Acid Bath.
  • Agony by Kotoko.
  • This is Halloween by Marilyn Manson.
  • Guren by The GazettE.
  • Kirk’s ending solo in Fade to Black by Metallica.

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7 valuable things in my life:

  • Auwlithe, my dear dog.
  • Family.
  • Money.
  • My limbs.
  • … That’s all I can think of.

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7 ‘first times’ in my life:

  • First time meeting Mira and quickly became friends – When we were 10 years old.
  • Went to Japan and also my first time traveling overseas alone – Last year.
  • Creating my own tutorial on how to draw manga – TODAY.
  • … The rest I’ll only share it with my lover. Though he has yet to be real. <;__;> (Tears)

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7 words/things I always use:

  • Baa.
  • Eraikotcha!
  • Hona..
  • … Nothing else..

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7 friends I want to tag:

  • Mira-hun
  • Saru-chan
  • Kou-san
  • Nappy
  • Szanne
  • Tortoise
  • Pixy

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– End of TAG –

Etoh… ↓

My new theme

My new theme

I just downloaded a new theme for my Nokia 7390. Looks very sheepish, huh?

Just like me. <—ω—>/

Baa~ If you want to download awesome themes for your cell phone, try this website~ Click here.

Just click “Themes” and select your cell phone model, and voila~☆ \<^v^>/

Mood - Worn out

Mood - Worn out

3rd August 2K8, Sunny Sunday.

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Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen.

This is Ms.Aya blogging today! \<^v^>/

Now, I promise to create a tutorial on how to draw manga – right? So without further ado, let’s get started, shall we?

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Pencil (2B, 3B, Mechanical pencil.. Whichever you’re comfortable with)
  • Eraser
  • White A4 paper

Please… Use A4 paper okee? Don’t use sticky yellow pads or papers with lines. You can only draw stick-mans with those!

Lay out your paper and begin with drawing a big circle. Don’t use your tumbler or any round objects to help you. Just draw it freely. It doesn’t matter if it’s uneven.

And yes, I forbid rulers.

And make sure you take as much space as you can because I’m going to teach you how to draw just the head.

You see, our objective here is to fully master drawing the face and head. Body comes later because by the time you struggle to draw the face meticulously, you will be worn out and probably try to rush the whole art piece.

To master the face and head, take up the whole paper. I remember my Japanese sensei once taught me to use up all the space to write Hiragana. He said writing it too tiny will not help you expand. So this applies in drawing manga too. ↓

Draw a circle and then form a T junction

Draw a circle and then form a t-junction

*CLICK THE IMAGES FOR A BIGGER AND CLOSER VIEW!*

In that circle, form a t-junction as shown.

The t-junction is to assist you in positioning the eyes, nose and mouth. Also, the direction of where the head is facing.

The circle and cross should be drawn lightly and obvious enough to see it as a mark.

So don’t add pressure when drawing this foundation.

Now…

Drawing the cheeks, neck and marking the forehead line

Drawing the cheeks, neck and marking the forehead line

Follow the step-by-step numbers and the direction of the arrows.

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