Artist’s Guide To Drawing Manga
Manga is one of the most popular art genres around. Aspiring artists always want a fresh array of reference artwork to try out for themselves or simply give them inspiration. This new book, by master-manga artist Ben Krefta, features exciting new characters and step-by-step projects, including the elements that give manga its distinctive style―from expressions and features to clothing and colouring. This book celebrates the originality and diversity now evident in the many different manga styles, and shows you how to incorporate them, whether you are creating a medieval warrior, a Japanese maid, a robot or Pokemon-type characters.
Ben Krefta is a freelance manga style illustrator and graphic artist. He is the author of several how-to books on creating manga, including Digital Manga and The Art of Drawing Manga. Ben works on design projects for magazines and game developers and he delivers digital art demonstrations for clients such as Hitachi and Wacom. Ben is based in Kent, UK.
Pub Date: 2016
Format: Paperback with color illus.
Size: 8.50 x 10.75 inches
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