The distinctive manga style is popular the world over for its glamorous, dynamic characters and stylish artwork. In this book, author and illustrator Peter Gray guides you through the process of drawing manga, from basic facial features to full-figure heroes and robots in action. Whether you are an experienced draughtsman or a complete beginner, tailored step-by-step exercises and handy hints will help you achieve stunning results.
This is another title in Arcturus' successful range of Artist's Workbooks, which also includes titles on: Portraits, Figures, Manga, Techniques, Landscape, Animals and Still Life.
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About the Author
Peter Gray is long established as an illustrator of books, magazines and newspapers with occasional forays into such fields as film storyboards and costume design, advertising and animation projects. Peter is also the author of many books for adults and children, which have been published in many languages all around the world.Since graduating from Loughborough College of Art and Design with a specialist degree in illustration, Peter Gray has contributed illustrations to many books, of wide-ranging subject matter, from classic fiction to educational and historical, for UK publishers Penguin Longman and Oxford University Press and Ernst Klett in Germany. Outside book publishing, Peter has worked on storyboards and costume design for the film industry, most recently on Oliver Stone's blockbuster Alexander, and regularly contributes illustrations to national newspapers (Financial Times, Sunday Times) and magazines (The Spectator, Readers' Digest).