Shojo Fashion Manga Art School
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Shojo Fashion Manga Art School : How to Draw Cool Looks and Characters

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Free your inner drama queen by drawing fantastic fashion shojo manga (Japanese-style girls' comics) with this resource that teaches you how to depict young characters with style using different elements for exciting results. Create fabulous shojo manga clothing and characters with different looks, primarily in pencil and ink. Loaded with techniques and tips from an exciting young artist, this book demonstrates the Japanese comic-book practices of stylized proportions, clean lines and contrast between black and white (manga is usually published in black and white), with some finished art in colour. It covers basic techniques; heads, including eyes, noses, mouths, ears, skin tones, makeup, hair and facial expressions; bodies; clothes and accessories; different looks; as well as, step-by-step chapters on putting it all together to create specific looks and cool settings.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 208.28 x 271.78 x 15.24mm | 476.27g
  • F&W Publications Inc
  • IMPACT Books
  • Ohio, United States
  • English
  • Original
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 160061180X
  • 9781600611803
  • 128,787

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-Good for any age group as it's not text heavy, [and is] well written. I must say that this book is one of the nicer drawn and laid out Western How to Draw Manga books out there. Pick it up if you're into this subject and need a decent drawing book. It's one book I doubt will ever become out of print.- --Manga Tutorials-This guide contains everything you need to know to create fabulous shojo manga characters with personality.- --Arts Book Mixshow more

About Irene Flores

Irene Flores was born in 1982 in the Philippines, and currently lives and works in California's central coast. She started her career in 2004, co-creating and illustrating Mark of the Succubus for Tokyopop Inc. Irene has illustrated "Weekly Weird News" for the Princess Ai: Rumors From the Other Side anthology, and "Right to Left, Back to Front" for Wildstorm's Welcome to Tranquility, and is currently illustrating Cloak and Dagger for Marvel. Visit Irene's web site at www.beanclamchowder.com.show more

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204 ratings
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