thank you so much, what a crazy reaction to have whoa!! ((you’re a painter… can you teach me how to paint…… orz))
honestly I just redraw lines until I get them right l’: the best advice I can give for fluid lineart is to draw in big, fast strokes! since they’re drawn so quickly it’s likely that you won’t nail the “perfect” stroke the first time, so it’ll take a lot of patience and ctrl+z-ing. unu another thing that’s gonna happen is you’re gonna make strokes that are too long and overlap your other lines. well that’s what layers are for! you can avoid that issue by drawing each line on separate layers. you can just merge them into one layer after you’ve cleaned them up! it’s much easier to clean up one line when you don’t have to worry about erasing part of another line that it touches! here’s a gif that hopefully conveys what I’m trying to explain:
I dunno what program you’re using, but a word of warning: Photoshop is complete JUNK as an inking tool. Paint Tool SAI is a much better alternative from what I’ve heard, so definitely download that! you can achieve much crisper lines and it has a setting that stabilizes your strokes to make them smoother! I’ve never used SAI, but I’ve heard tons of good things about it. Manga Studio 5 is actually what I use, which also offers crisp lines and has a stabilization function. the name might be a little deterring, but I really do love it! it’s great for people with a Photoshop background like myself because its interface is modeled like Photoshop’s, so I transitioned pretty easily into it. you don’t have to buy it when you have SAI as a free option, I’m just sharing what I use!
hope that helps pal!