Mark Crilley: An Interview With (Playlist)

An interview into the life and you tube success with manga artist Mark Crilley! Must watch.

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    1. @DBzFlip1 Yeah, I don’t get it. Why don’t they think it looks amazing. There are people in my school that don’t even know what Manga/Anime even is. “Is that some sort of chinese cartoon or something?” It sickens me to hear crap like that. Ignorant fools. I only make friends with people that share my interests, if I see them talking about anime or drawing manga sketches, they are a friend of mine. Anyone else who doesn’t like video games (mainly girls), or anime (mainly guys), they bore me..

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    2. Did you watch this video? Mark lived in Japan and his wife is Japanese. Do you really think you can correct him on a Japanese word? Any manga fan should know how to pronounce it the proper Japanese way or at the very least not try to correct people when you clearly don’t know what you’re talking about.

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    3. I had quit drawing for ten years, and if not for me stumbling upon Mark’s YouTube channel by pure chance, I may never have picked it up again. I rediscovered my love for small details, so I started doing pencil portraits of my favorite actors – a major leap after ten years of nothing, and something I had never tried before. It’s almost like I never quit, but also somehow improved in that decade-long hiatus. I have Mark Crilley to thank for this. He helped me to rediscover a long-dormant love th

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    4. I’m told I draw great, but I always say that my art sucks. I have to look at something in order to draw it. Sometimes I do it perfectly, other times I do great. It’s not tracing as I don’t place paper over the art I’m copying, but I have the side by side with my paper. I look back and forth, going slowly and trying to do my best. I just wish that I could draw whatever is in my mind. I have never taken any art classes which is a huge bummer for me. I always try to improve. Inspiration = Crilley.

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    5. @evilangelsora hey guess wat? you dont need to take classes, all you have to do is look. its ok to look at a picture and draw, its not a crime, and though its better not to do it, neither is tracing. by looking, i mean studying. you can study the anatomy of a humans body structure, or other things that you love to draw. just look, itll

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    6. Copying is part of the learning process, eventually you’ll get better and won’t have to copy I’d recommend life drawing classes to help with anatomy, most community centers offer classes once a week or so. Keep at it and don’t let anyone discourage you.

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    7. I feel that no one has ever started as a natural, even great artists have their mistakes, and its fine to copy since its also a way to study drawings, but if you wanna just draw out of your own imagination, do it, its not gonna be perfect, but thats the great part, to know what you are missing and start to working on it little by little until every time you are more satisfied with your work (: and yes, Crilley is also a great inspiration for me

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    8. Anyone can learn how to draw, but it’s not something that can be done overnight. People are always asking me to teach them how to draw, and after they draw just a few pictures they give up because they aren’t exquisite. Just like anything else, it takes patience and practice. You can’t just become a pro in five minutes.

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    9. Mark Crilley is awesome! I love watching his videos, because he is a good artist and gives very good advice, but mostly, his commentary is AWESOME!!! Its so funny and I don’t think I’d be enjoying his videos as much if he didn’t comment. He talks about some videos are just time lapse and nine inch nail, and I skip past those videos. Mark’s are REAL ‘How-To’ videos.Oh, and I’ll be buying his book.

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    10. I totally agree with Mark’s advice with consistency. Now it’s the summer time, there’s going to be more people online. I’ve noticed that when I post up my artwork around this time, I’m getting more views or “fans” (which is good). So yeah, any kind of artist could remember that advice.

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    11. I have two artists that I admire. Mark Crilley (of course) and Stan Lee. Stan Lee sort of got me into comic books and art, you know stuff like that, and I started learning more serious drawing from Mark. I have books from both and I finished both of the Brody’s Ghost books within the first day of getting them.

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    12. i was in italy last year and i was drawing manga ( wasnt that good but i am improving) by the lake garda and i had a crowd of italian and dutch kids watching me and i was only 12! i made a friend who was dutch and who also enjoyed drawing!! coolest thing ever!

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    13. Mark is so handsome & mainstream-looking!! I love how he worked hard to develop his art on his own and THEN got published by a large press. So many pro authors & illustrators I know are obsessed w having the best agent, queries, etc. My experience is just like Mark’s- focus on your craft and if you have talent and create quality work, it’ll sell

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    14. My influences are Mark (real shocker) & Hiro Mashima, the guy who draws Fairy Tail. (Though my style isn’t like either of them) I’m writing a manga right now & I hadn’t really thought about publishing it, But this is really good advice. (^^)

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    15. lol im still in elementry school anyways at recess ill be drawing and people will gather up and say stuff like “wow” “your good” and the most asked question is “can i have it?” and mark crilley has inspired me A BUNCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i love drawing

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    16. I’m starting to draw manga style at my second to last (hopefully yet unhopefully) highschool year because of you, Mark, I still got my 8 years of studying on my back, I hope I can be you someday.Thank you for being my inspiration 🙂

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    17. no se hablar ingles por eso mismo lo pongo en espaol, yo soy alguien que alomejor tendre que dejar la pasion por el arte, por el dibujo por circunstancias de salud.He visto bastante de tus videos y dibujos y desde que abristes el canal hasta ahora se puede apreciar como en todos y cada uno de tus dibujos, mejoras en algo, felicidades por tener este precioso don. Y suerte aunque no la necesites. Te admiro bastante, y a lo que haces tambien, saludos^^

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    18. no se hablar ingles por eso mismo lo pongo en espaol, yo soy alguien que alomejor tendre que dejar la pasion por el arte, por el dibujo por circunstancias de salud.He visto bastante de tus videos y dibujos y desde que abristes el canal hasta ahora se puede apreciar como en todos y cada uno de tus dibujos, mejoras en algo, felicidades por tener este precioso don. Y suerte aunque no la necesites. Te admiro bastante, y a lo que haces tambien, saludos^^

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    19. At school, I had a group start to form around me as I was sketching at lunch, and they also said, “Man, you’re good!” At one point, someone said, “YOU ARE A GOD.” I was recreating Mr. Crilley’s realistic eye videos and practicing hand poses also derived from his videos.

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    20. Hey guys I need help , I want to be a mamga artist but I really don’t want to publish it in japan but the manga publishing companys r really small in America not like japan but if I go to a unvertisy in japan to study manga can I still come back hereWith my skills to make my manga like more of a japanesse style

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    21. I just can’t find anything new in this channel about manga genres!he keep recycling the same old style forever!some one have to tell him stop telling old story!fine_ I think u r mobbing to keep old stuff alive!please note that there is nothing personal_ only an idea argue another idea, so no need to charge your vocabulary’s battery with impolite words, this mediocre hack artist didn’t draw an african manga!and he can’t put anything new onto the table!

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    22. one criterion! stop Japanization!specialties! is the operative word in mediocrity’s defence battery!youtube is global domain and an expert Youtube-artist will try to be socially with decent clues!even Japanese state ministers; they are loudly speak about odorless Japanese culture,that is, with no greater emphasis on Japan unique characteristics. this hack artist eventually trying to Japanize the whole world by his mediocre ability!

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    23. even more elaborate definition of mediocrity!3 things Mark Crilley won’t tell you about: one: some Japanese manga communities still ultra-nationalist! once Disney Studios introduced Lion King those ultra-nationalist folks made a big bang trying to stop Disney Studios feature animation movie for that it is an a clone of Jungle Emperor,

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    24. Kimba the White Lion created by Osamu Tezuka. those folks eventually fail to win the argument and Lion King made its own way through Japanese boundary intact of heavy ultra-nationalist cultural bomber! roaring cartoon lion!

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    25. second: an odorless culture is a myth and the new media should create one global unified culture, or the equilibrium as Sir Piet Mondrian, was a Dutch painter. described it.third: Art for art’s sake is a mediocre way of doing art![George Sand wrote in 1872 that L’art pour l’art was an empty phrase, an idle sentence. She asserted that artists had a “duty to find an adequate expression to convey it to as many souls as possible”, ensuring that their works were

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    26. I finally get to see this guys face lol, I completely agree I and like most people just draw random sketches and never really put it together, I’m gonna try to make a little manga one of these day and see where it goes 😮 Mark Crilley is a cool dude

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    27. my influence in arts are:1. Sorachi Hideaki (Gintama)2. Nobuhiro Wakatsuki (Rurouni Kenshin)3. Soo-Hyun Lee (Unbalance x Unbalance, Re: Birth The Lunatic Taker)4. Kwang-Hyun Kim (Freezing)5.Hae-Won Lee (Koimoku)for those artist with korean names.. they work for manga… though they make a korean version of it.. but originally a “MANGA”..

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    28. curte nossa pagina no face /supertirinhascompletas/supertirinhascompletas/supertirinhascompletas/supertirinhascompletas/supertirinhascompletas#supertirinhascompletas#supertirinhascompletas#supertirinhascompletas#supertirinhascompletas#supertirinhascompletas#supertirinhascompletas#supertirinhascompletas#supertirinhascompletas

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    29. I think my influence besides Mr. Crilley, is Vocaloid, Black Rock Shooter, and High school of the Dead. HOTD had the most effect on my characters’ breasts and eyes though I’ll jump back to Vocaloid and BRS. Vocaloid, especially Hatsune, had great influence over my headset style and chin form. But my weapons and armor have been influenced by Halo and Call of Duty.

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    30. I’ve been wondering how to get published FOREVER! I have an idea for a comic, and I’ve started on designing some of the characters. But I think I’m gonna stop worrying about practicing page layouts and start actually practicing my art. Mark thanks for the advice even though this was in 2011!

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    31. Miyazaki! Big fan of you, Mark, and Hayou. I’m sure if I was like twenty years older we could be best friends since we’re so much alike. Man I sound like some obsessed fan girl! Your such a great artist and I just got Mastering Manga but my mom won’t get the other books since it only takes a day to finish this kind of book, two or three for any other like 300 page book. I blabbering. Bye!

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    32. Never was into drawing, wasn’t my thing, around 25 something sparked in me while in work, little by little Mark has initiated my love for art, he is a true master and I thank him for any progress i get into this new found passion, so Thanks Mark, Like this video !

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    33. Mine is mark crilley One day i was in the weird part of youtube i seen manga i clicked on it I liked the way he drew and how he taught step by step I am currently 15 and i bought all his books that are out.. I am starting my own manga “soon” Doing the rough draft now. Never really liked drawing until nowThanks Crilley

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    34. Love this interview. Mark crilley is amazing, but the Interviewer is also very good at what he does. I like how he doesn’t constantly try to talk over the interviewee but manages to ask the questions and be involved actively. Very well made video, and a big fan of Crilleys. Double Thumbs up!

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