Plus, she gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at her character design process, pointers on creating their own comics, and prompts for finishing her drawings. Pop Manga is both a celebration of creativity and an indispensible guide that is sure to appeal to manga diehards and aspiring artists alike.
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Pop Manga : How to Draw the Coolest, Cutest Characters, Animals, Mascots, and More [Paperback]
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Honestly, if they sold Hello Kitty toilet paper I would buy it. So you can imagine how amazed and touched I was when Sanrio bought this painting from me! D'Errico and Martin show the learner how to build up their skills, starting with drawing faces, with a focus on the characteristic manga eyes, and moving on to drawing human and humanoid forms.
As in so many how-to-draw books, the key is beginning with circles, ovals, cylinders and other simple shapes, and gradually building in detail. From the human form at rest through to the human form in motion, and then we come to a chapter entitled "Turn up the Cuteness! Towards the end the reader is introduced to more complex drawing projects and there is a guide to covers, style sheets and layouts.
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There is a brief sidebar on "breaking into the biz" but by and large this is a book focusing on the drawing. I thought a thirty-five year old who can't draw that would be me and with an unfortunate habit of spelling "manga" as "magna," and a five-year-old who can would be a good reviewing team for the book. Did it transform my drawing from woeful to masterful? Well, no, but I could draw a recognisably human, or rather manga-humanoid, face.