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Beginner's Guide to Creating Manga Art

Author: Steven Cummings

Publisher: 3Dtotal Pub

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Category: Art

Page: 208

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Presents a step-by-step guide to creating manga art, focusing on coloring, drawing, and designing characters using traditional and digital methods.

How To Draw Manga

Author: Seiji Sakazume

Publisher: Independently Published

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Page: 128

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If you love anime & manga then of course you'd wanna draw it. Starting at the very beginning, this is a quick 'where to start' walkthrough that will cover the basics of learning to draw this unique Japanese art style. It sets a good foundation for the rest of your learning so be sure to give it a quick watch.

How To Draw Manga

Author: Akemi Takada

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Page: 128

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If you love anime & manga then of course you'd wanna draw it. Starting at the very beginning, this is a quick 'where to start' walkthrough that will cover the basics of learning to draw this unique Japanese art style. It sets a good foundation for the rest of your learning so be sure to give it a quick watch.
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Drawing Cute Manga Chibi

Author: Ryusuke Hamamoto

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

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Category: Art

Page: 144

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This guide introduces aspiring manga artists to drawing chibi characters—wide-eyed caricatures beloved for their cartoonish exaggeration. Drawing Cute Manga Chibi walks you through the steps needed to draw these adorable characters, while sidebars offer expert tips, pointers on the pitfalls to avoid, and how to use details to bring your drawings to life. In this book, readers will learn how to imagine and express: Facial expressions Body posture Hairstyles Different ages Poses Bringing your characters into full-color Different character identities—from a punk rocker to a samurai Author and Japanese manga artist Ryusuke Hamamoto (Ryu Moto) is best known for his design and creation of the Petit Eva character—who even makes an appearance in this book! In Drawing Cute Manga Chibi, he shares his personal tips, showing you how to break the "rules" of figure drawing in order to create these bobbleheaded cuties. Artists of all ages and levels will have fun creating original characters or reimagining their friends and family as kawaii chibi drawings.

How to Draw Manga

Author: Risa Moro

Publisher: Independently Published

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Page: 304

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There are a lot of reasons to love manga-impressive story arcs, loveable characters, the ability to tell any kind of story you want. And then there's manga's art. This artistic style, which is distinctly Japanese, is a beautiful and expressive way to draw characters and scenes. This book contains step by step instructions of how to draw your favorite manga Characters from Anime Fashion in a picture book format. Manga is about art, and it's also about having fun. Let's experience the beauty and uniqueness of manga together!
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How to Draw Manga Characters

Author: J. C. Amberlyn

Publisher: Monacelli Studio

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Category: ART

Page: 160

View: 802

"The popularity of manga among young people who love to draw continues to grow. In her second manga book, J.C. Amberlyn focuses on favorite manga archetype characters, with a fun and lively how-to-draw book aimed at beginners. Every genre of manga has its typical characters--plucky hero and heroine; funny friend/sidekick; serious warrior; young innocent; wise teacher; cold villain; chibis; cat girls/cat boys; chibi animals; magical animals; strong/scary animals; gothic characters--and they are all here along with the step-by-step drawing instructions needed to give even beginners the direction they need to create the favorite characters they can't get enough of. A final chapter on backgrounds, scenery, and the enviroment will further give readers the information they need to pull everything together and create their own manga characters and worlds they live in. Includes 23 step-by-step demonstrations."
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Manga Art for Intermediates

Author: Danica Davidson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Art

Page: 999

View: 548

Bring your own manga characters to life! With millions of fans around the world, manga is a beloved art form. Now you, too, can learn how to draw your favorite characters from Japanese comics and anime! Manga Art for Intermediates shows you how to draw detailed clothing, facial expressions, and other features, like hair and accessories. With gradual steps and helpful tips, this book will have you creating your own colorful characters in no time at all! Learn to draw: Gothic Lolita Shonen Hero Bride Groom Nekojin ("cat people") Yokai Victorian Man Female Warrior The authors have done all the work for you. Just follow their simple, straightforward instructions, study the step-by-step drawings, and you'll soon have your own collection of fantastic manga characters!
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Art Class: Manga Art

Author: Ben Krefta

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

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Category: Art

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Exciting, mesmerizing, simple yet complex, manga is artwork drawn in a typical Japanese cartoon style. This sensational guide covers everything the budding manga artist needs, from choosing essential materials to creating dynamic, innovative characters and scenarios. Topics include: • anatomy, poses, and expressions • monsterization and effects • genre stylings-from adventure, action, and fantasy to chibi and romance. ABOUT THE SERIES: Arcturus' Art Class books are a curated series of instructional art and craft titles designed to inspire artists of all levels, from beginner to professional. Stunningly presented in full color, and in a highly usable landscape format, these comprehensive books are packed with all the ideas, inspirations, step-by-step projects, and techniques you'll need to master the subject covered.
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Manga for the Beginner Shoujo

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Watson-Guptill

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Category: Art

Page: 192

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The ultimate guide to creating the most popular form of manga--shoujo! If you’re reading this, you already love shoujo. But now you’ll be able to take the next step and actually write and draw your very own. The teen characters that populate the genre are outrageously cool, including magical girls, demon gals, cat girls, J-rockers, handsome teen boys, Goth boys, and the increasingly popular elegant older young men that shoujo fans adore. No one can top Christopher Hart in helping you learn some fundamental art techniques that will bring shoujo characters, which are more realistic and less cartoon-like than other styles of manga, to life. His drawings in this book reflect the coolest and latest style Tokyo has to offer, and the easy-to-follow steps are designed for the beginner. From coloring to character development, Manga for The Beginner Shoujo has your back on every detail as you learn to create the most beloved of all manga. You may start off as an otaku (a manga fan), but you’ll end up a mangaka (a manga artist)! From the Trade Paperback edition.