How To Draw Amazing Manga (Paperback)

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★ "How to Draw Amazing Manga" by Stan Bendis Kutcher is a book that focuses on the popular drawing methods of Manga. ★

By some definitions "Manga" is known as "Japanese comic art", which is exactly what this book will be focusing on. In this "Anime-influenced" self-help book, the author explains in easy to follow, step-by-step methods to apply the following towards drawing Manga:

★ human anatomy vs. manga anatomy (the eyes, nose, mouth, ears, hands, expressions) ★ which materials to use ★ drawing basic shapes ★ using perspective ★ backgrounds and clothing principles ★ putting it all together ★ Much, MUCH more

Chapter Overview:

  • Chapter 1 - Drawing Materials * Drawing Manga Eyes
  • Chapter 2 - Drawing The Nose * Drawing The Mouth * Drawing The Ears
  • Chapter 3 - Dynamic Manga Hair * Drawing The Complete Head * Facial Expressions
  • Chapter 4 - Drawing Hands * Body Proportion Basics * The Basics Of Clothing & Drapery
  • Chapter 5 - How Perspective Works * The Essence Of Backgrounds
  • Chapter 6 - Putting It All Together - Start To Finish

This introductory guide takes the reader from simplified first steps, right to the detailed construction of drawing manga.

Practical and easy to follow, these pages will help you to multiply your ability of "Drawing Amazing Manga".

About the Author

Stan Bendis Kutcher is the Author and Illustrator of the books "How to Draw Anatomy for Comics" and "How to Draw Amazing Manga". He has been active in the graphic art and illustration industry for over 14 years. Kutcher loves perfection, but forces himself to learn the art of being messy. His books focuses on teaching unique illustration methods to kids and adults alike. His interests are Space, almost any sport, foosball as well as the skill of maintaining aquariums. Kutcher believes that by creating things and developing ones talents, all forms part of the calling given to us by the true Creator.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781499251807
ISBN-10: 1499251807
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: June 27th, 2014
Pages: 130
Language: English



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