The books in the How to Draw series are especially designed for artists of all levels, beginner to advanced, who are looking to hone their skills in a specific style of artwork. The books are 6.5in x 8in, hardcover with an internal spiral binding so they lay open flat as readers follow the steps on their own canvas or paper. The books are beautifully illustrated and contain hundreds of colorful pieces of artwork, photographs, and helpful diagrams. Step-by-step instructions help guide artists through the learning process.
Manga is a drawing style loved by comic book readers around the world. If you've toyed with designing and creating your very own manga artwork, then this is the book for you. This teaches you everything you need to know about drawing manga, all the techniques and details so your drawings look truly authentic. Follow the simple instructions, and soon you'll be a manga master.
This book explains the theory behind the practice—how Manga comics are produced and why they appeal to modern readers all over the world. In creating Manga, many different skills are called into play—not only drawing but also storytelling (or narrative). This book reveals the inspiration behind successful character design, panel composition, and page layouts, as well as guiding you, step by step, through the basic drawing skills required.
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