Manga Art for Beginners: How to Create Your Own Manga Drawings (Paperback)

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By Danica Davidson, Melanie Westin (Illustrator)
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Description


  • Designed for how people learn—makes drawing manga easy
  • The ideal manga drawing book for beginners—eyes, hands, feet, body shapes, and more
  • Includes ideas for how to draw your own graphic novel

Have you spent years admiring manga drawing and wondering how to draw cool stuff, but you haven’t known how to draw it on your own? This book by Danica Davidson and illustrated by the amazing Melanie Westin will guide you to drawing your own manga. These two help you find your way and include how to draw for adult beginners in this book. They also include how to draw anime for beginners, how to draw cartoon comic strips, how to draw tigers, how to draw characters, and more, including:

Teen boy
Teen girl
Hands, feet, and hair
Butler
Maid
Woman in kimono
Male and female ninja
Bishonen
Chibi
Hero and heroine
Kissing and hugging

This cartoon drawing guide will be especially useful for the beginner cartoon artist. This belongs on any anime bookshelf and can help readers create a book. Learn more about the art of manga with Danica Davidson and Melanie Westin in Manga Art for Beginners: How to Create Your Own Manga Drawings.

About the Author


Danica Davidson has written for MTV, The Onion, the Los Angeles Times, and about fifty other publications. She is also the author of the Unofficial Overworld Adventure series, as well as Manga Art for Beginners from Skyhorse Publishing.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781510700048
ISBN-10: 1510700048
Publisher: Skyhorse
Publication Date: March 29th, 2016
Pages: 220
Language: English

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