Drawing, Inking and Effects
Once you've set out what you're going to do with your plan, it's pretty straight forward. Progress your way through each cel, sketching in pencil. You should make sure that you include details such as sounds effects and speach bubbles and rough out where you want motion lines and speed lines.
I've already covered most of what you need to know for this step in the other tutorials, so if you need help with this stage then read through them. The only thing you might find difficult is keeping within the cel; it helps when sketching if you draw the body plans as if there were no boundaries, then erase the unneeded lines afterwards.
Next we move on to inking. I tend to work in a set order which I finds helps to reduce the number of mistakes when I ink a page.
1. Ink the cel boundaries and speech bubbles
2. Ink the outline of the sound effects
3. Ink the characters
4. Add motion and speed lines
5. Ink the background
6. Fill in black areas
7. Add tone (optional) and shade any areas you feel necessary.
8. Erase pencil lines and ink lettering if you won't be scanning your work.
If you do scan your fanmanga, then I very strongly recommend you redo your lettering on computer. Scanned hand writing can be very hard to read and looks far more untidy than it does on the page. Fix up any smudges or mistakes you've made, then if you want to (and can't afford or find real tone) you can add tone to your work. ^_^> Since this is just a demonstration I didn't bother with it; often over using tone can make your art look inconsistant and dark. It's really up to you to experiment and find out what works best for you.
Here's the finished page: