Hi, I'm Kyle, I'm an illustrator and I'm going to take you through some tips on drawing Manga and Chibi. I'm going to take you through how to draw Manga clothes. Really, at the end of the day, you just got to observe how clothes move on people in real life. It's not just something you can do over night, there's no simple way of doing it, it's just practice. So you just got to think about how the clothes move with the motion of the body, where they wrinkle, where they stretch. I've chosen a character that is in mid-motion here because it really does help show that, some of the extremes of that. Like I said, there's a little bit of a wrinkle up near the armpit up there. Actually, I'm just going with the shape of the muscle there and with the shape of the muscle there, it's a bit of a stretch because the shoulder is a little bit higher this side, there's a little bit of a stretch across the chest there. The t-shirt is twisted a bit as her torso comes around, it's a bit of a twist there, and just in the fold of her back. The t-shirt just wrinkled up a little bit there, and just a bit there. I'm just going to draw a little skirt on there. She's actually on the way down from a jump here. So think about how fabric gets lifted a little by air resistance. Think about how it moves again across the muscle there, that legs a little further back so as she drops in a little bit there. So take it up a little at the edges. I'm just going to go over it just a little bit, just to show you where I've drawn and where would be the edges of the fabric. Think about different weights of material. Think about how thin the material is. Really, have a look aroun, really look hard how clothing moves across people. Don't look too hard at the wrong time or you might get a slap, and there we go. .