So my website Anime Gauge uses the MAL API to get pictures of a show. And at first everything is fine. It's working perfectly.
Then one day, maybe 2 out of 100 shows will have a broken image. It seems MAL keeps changing the picture of their anime or the link of the picture.
And today, voila! All of the anime images are broken. Did MAL decide to change all their anime pictures? Or change all the links? I don't even know why they keep changing them.
I know MAL got hacked some time a
A lot of people have requested for Anime Gauge to have genre categories. So when they're looking for anime recommendations it would be easier.
The funny thing is that the site used to have genres. But I removed it because no one used it. Now that it's gone people want it back.
But it is a good idea though. As some people have favorite genres or just want to watch a certain type of anime.
So I've started adding genres to the anime in the site. I decided to use My Anime List as it h
So if you haven't seen my signature, I created a website called Anime Gauge. It's basically a Metacritic for anime. It gathers reviews from reviewers all over the Internet and averages their scores into one. Which gives you a good "gauge" if an anime is worth watching or not.
The site also ranks the anime from worst to best. Similar to the Billboard Top 100 for example.
So I've always wanted to boast that Anime Gauge has ranked 1,000 anime. And I finally can!! Actually I hit this goal
As suggested by Archie-kun I will be moving this blog series into the Forums. To be specific, under the Tutorials section.
I think it's a great suggestion so it can reach more people. And others can even pitch in with their own tips.
So thank you for reading this. I really appreciate it.
I will be blogging about something else now. Mainly about how my creative projects are going.
I hope you can find the time to click on those as well.
This is the third entry in a series on how to make your own web manga.
The story structure we came up with in the previous post is good enough that we can start drawing. However, you might want to expand it more so your story will have polish. Here’s a look at our current story:
As previously mentioned, a basic story structure is composed of a beginning, middle, and end. An advanced story structure meanwhile has a:
Beginning Beginning (that’s not a typo)
This is the second entry in a series on how to make your own web manga.
Now that you have a story idea we can start expanding it. For the sake of continuity, let’s say my chosen story idea is:
We have an idea. Not a story. In its current form, it’s useless. It doesn’t give us much information. We have to take it from concept to actualization. We can do this by adding structure.
Basic Story Structure
Every good story has a beginning, middle, and end. Think of your favo
This is the first entry in a series on how to make your own web manga.
Every creative project starts with an idea. This idea compels an artist to act. The artist then starts creating. And in the end, you get something creative.
A manga is no different. Before you can draw, you have to write, and before you write, you have to get ideas. Particularly, story ideas. But how do you get story ideas? And not just any story idea. How do you get good story ideas?