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Young Artists Draw Manga

Author : Christopher Hart
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Do you love manga? Now you can learn to draw your own! This book has everything the beginning manga artist needs! You’ll learn how to draw the basic manga head and body types…but that’s just the beginning! Over 100 manga characters—from magical shoujo girls and their super-cute chibi friends to mysterious ninjas and double-crossing villains— are broken down into easy-to-follow steps so you can start drawing all of your favorite manga characters right away!

Young Artists Draw Manga

Author : Christopher Hart
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Do you love manga? Now you can learn to draw your own! This book has everything the beginning manga artist needs! You’ll learn how to draw the basic manga head and body types…but that’s just the beginning! Over 100 manga characters—from magical shoujo girls and their super-cute chibi friends to mysterious ninjas and double-crossing villains— are broken down into easy-to-follow steps so you can start drawing all of your favorite manga characters right away!

Adult Manga

Author : Sharon Kinsella
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First detailed analysis of the phenomenon in English. Describes and analyses the complex new attitudes to manga since the 1980s. Provocative and timely, the book shows how manga's status in Japanese society is intimately linked to changes in the balance of power between artists and editors.

Drawing Manga Men

Author : Anna Southgate
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Manga—the term for Japanese-style comics—has become incredibly popular all over the world, and many fans of this exciting art form are inspired to create manga of their own. With color illustrations and step-by-step details, the author provides expert instruction in drawing male characters that pop, including techniques for drawing male faces, hair, bodies, and clothing in the manga style. This title is perfect for teens with an aptitude for art, a love of action-packed comics and graphic novels, or an interest in cutting-edge pop culture.

How To Draw Anime and Manga Faces

Author : Sketchpert Press
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Do you or someone you know love anime or manga characters? Ever wanted to know how to draw their faces? If so, this How To Draw book is just what you've been looking for! With 50 step-by-step guides, our How To Draw Anime and Manga Characters book is the perfect gift for anyone who has ever dreamed of drawing cool anime characters! In addition to the guides themselves, our how to draw books also include blank grid pages opposite each guide to better help you develop your skills. So what are you waiting for? Get yours now and start drawing anime faces today! Want to see what you are getting? Click the cover and find out! You won't be disappointed. Makes a great gift! Featuring: Awesome glossy cover 50 Step-by-Step guides to creating different anime characters A variety of genders and character designs Blank grid pages to help you improve your drawing skills Don't wait! BUY YOURS Today!

Drawing Manga Girls

Author : Anna Southgate
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Presents step-by-step instructions for creating manga drawings of girls and young women, including details of their faces, hair, hands, arms, legs, feet, and clothing.

Drawing Manga Weapons Vehicles and Accessories

Author : Anna Southgate
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Presents step-by-step instructions for creating manga drawings of vehicles, weapons, and their accessories.

Drawing Manga

Author : Jeannie Lee
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With Drawing: Manga, develop drawing and storytelling skills to create your own manga book! In Drawing: Manga, accomplished artist Jeannie Lee shares her artistic insights and techniques for creating captivating manga artwork and stories. From information on character and story development to an exploration of shading and coloring techniques, the book covers all you need to know to become a master of manga. Each step-by-step project featuring specific characters simplifies and personalizes this drawing style, serving as both a lesson and inspirational guide to prepare you for crafting your own manga world. This comprehensive book first introduces manga fans to drawing basics, including art tools and materials, the basic shapes drawing method, shading and coloring techniques, composition and perspective, and more. Simple instructions show how to draw heads, hair, facial features, and full bodies. After learning to draw manga characters, the book then delves in-depth into character development and story creation. Drawing: Manga provides you with the necessary knowledge to create your own manga book, from character creation to a completed work. Discover different methods for finding inspiration for character design and story ideas. Also included are simple techniques for script writing and thumbnailing, penciling and inking, producing special effects, and lettering. Then, with a little practice, you will be able to apply your newfound skills and draw your own complete manga book! Designed for beginners, the How to Draw & Paint series offers easy-to-follow guides that introduce artists to basic tools and materials and include simple step-by-step lessons for a variety of projects suitable for the aspiring artist. Drawing: Manga allows artists to develop drawing and storytelling skills by demonstrating drawing, coloring, composition, and storytelling techniques to create a manga book.

How To Draw Anime Manga Characters

Author : Sketchpert Press
File Size : 81.80 MB
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Do you or someone you know love anime or manga characters? Ever wanted to draw them? If so, this How To Draw book is just what you've been looking for! With 50 step-by-step guides, our How To Draw Anime and Manga Characters book is the perfect gift for anyone who has ever dreamed of drawing cool anime characters! In addition to the guides themselves, our how to draw books also include blank grid pages opposite each guide to better help you develop your skills. So what are you waiting for? Get yours now and start drawing anime characters! Want to see what you are getting? Click the cover and find out! You won't be disappointed. Makes a great gift! Featuring: Beautiful matte cover 50 Step-by-Step guides to creating different anime characters A variety of genders and genres Blank grid pages to help you improve your drawing skills Don't wait! BUY YOURS Today!

Straight from the Heart

Author : Jennifer S. Prough
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Manga is the backbone of Japanese popular culture, influencing everything from television, movies, and video games to novels, art, and theater. Shojo manga (girls’ comics) has been seminal to the genre as a whole and especially formative for Japanese girls’ culture throughout the postwar era. In Straight from the Heart, Jennifer Prough examines the shojo manga industry as a site of cultural storytelling, illuminating the ways that issues of mass media, gender, production, and consumption are involved in the process of creating shojo manga. With their glittery pastel covers and focus on human relationships and romance, shojo manga are thoroughly marked by gender—as indeed are almost all manga titles, magazines, and publishing divisions. Drawing on two years of fieldwork on the production of shojo manga, Prough analyzes shojo manga texts and their magazine contexts to explain their distinctive appeal, probe the gendered dynamics inherent in their creation, and demonstrate the feedback system that links producers and consumers in a continuous cycle of "affective labor." Each chapter focuses on one facet of shojo manga production (stories, format, personnel, industry dynamics), providing engaging insights into this popular medium. Tacking between story development, interactive magazine features, and relationships between male editors and female artists, Prough examines the concrete ways in which shojo manga reflect, refract, and fabricate constructions of gender, consumption, and intimacy. Straight from the Heart thus weaves together issues of production and consumption, human relations, and gender to explain the unique world of shojo manga and to interpret its dramatic cultural and economic success on a national—and increasingly global—scale.