Mastering Manga, How To Draw Manga Faces
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With featuring more than 1,000 illustrations drawn by Japanese manga artists whose works have appeared in leading publications, this book does help you to learn to draw bodies, faces, heads and many more.
This book does not go into philosophy behind manga design and mostly consists of simple how-to drawing guides. However, this makes it a great choice for someone who wants to learn the basics of the style. Buy it here.
Here is another manga drawing book specialized in drawing animal. If you are looking to draw cute animals from a book written by a popular Japanese manga artist, this is the one I recommend you to buy.
The striking clothing of many manga characters is what draw many people to the style. Clothes are hard to draw, however, even simple ones. They move more or less with the body and have to obey physics (to a degree) to look right.
This book explains how to create and put on paper amazing clothing for your manga characters. It also provides a troubleshooting guide to help you resolve issues you might be having with your drawings.
While all of the books above go into pretty good detail about drawing expressive faces, Draw Manga Faces for Expressive Characters is ALL about creating the perfect anime face. Features include:
There are many different styles of manga, and once you master the basics you can start really exploring them. If you dream of creating kawaii (cute) characters, grab a copy of Manga for the Beginner Kawaii: How to Draw the Supercute Characters of Japanese Comics.
As one of the most subscribed to gurus on YouTube, Mark Crilley takes readers on a different how-to journey than most. Once he sets the short chapter in basics out of the way, he tells us there is more to manga than drawing characters with large eyes and exaggerated hair.
There is a lot more, in fact and Mark is there to guide us through the essentials of creating expression, attitude and action. There are simple tricks for getting proportions just right, and faces looking like they have been drawn by a seasoned pro.
What Mark tries to get across to budding artists and amateurs is that many people view manga art as drawing a character with a round face and huge eyes, thinking it will be right when it looks nothing like real manga at all. Real manga is an exact art, where even with the face you have to consider the right proportions of eyes, nose and mouth, and not all faces are rounded in manga either, there are other variations.
Drawing isn't the easiest art out there, but with his step-by-step approach to drawing manga, Mark makes it seem easier than if you were trying to get there on your own. He creates a series of templates that are easy to build on, define and develop your own style from, and that is a valuable way to get drawing and potentially create your own portfolio. 781b155fdc