Let me ask you a question. Do you love manga and Japanese animation? Are you a fan of manga or Japanese animation? If so, are you able to fulfill your goals or struggle to create your drawings? You are not the only one who feels this way. You can get more information about manga collections(also known as collection de mangas in the French language)via many online sources.
1. A4 Size White Paper
First, you will need a piece of A4-sized white paper. These are easily found in manga and bookshops. If you can remember how to draw as a child, you can get a drawing block or pieces of paper that have been packaged together.
While the Japanese began their art on cardboards, it is not necessary to do so. Paper is readily available. At least four to five drawing blocks made of white A4-sized paper are recommended.
2. Markers, pencils, poster colors, and rulers
These are the other essential tools that you should have.
Pilot Drawing Pens have a tip thickness of 0.2mm. There are many other markers available, but I prefer these Pilot Drawing Pens. They are easy to find in my local bookstores, whether they are located in cities or towns. However, you should not immediately start drawing with markers. Instead, trace them after you have completed pencil sketches.
I recommend mechanical pencils over conventional ones. They are more expensive than regular pencils, but they are worth it. If you need to add color to your drawings, make sure to get both poster colors and colored pencils. You can use both long and short rulers. The short one is used to draw small objects such as swords, knives, weapons, guitars, and guns, while the long one is used for designing ships, cars, and battlecruisers.
3. Movies, Comics and Magazine
These tools are expensive, but they're still essential to tell a great story and draw great characters. Unless you are an artist by nature and a storyteller, you will need a lot of manga comics, manga DVDs, and magazines to get inspiration.
They are known for their large eyes and colorful hair.
4. Tell Your Story
Although I don't know about you, I find it hard to resist the urge to collect ideas after reading comics and watching manga. Mobile Suit Gundam and Macross are just a few examples. I began with one article, but my ideas grew and I eventually created many more articles. Then I made a booklet with each chapter. Do not start drawing at this stage. Think about how you can write your story, and then make it better.