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Xtreme ART: Ultimate Book Of Trace-And-Draw Manga

Do you love Dragon Ballz? Can’t get enough Sailor Moon? Nutty for Naruto? Then this is the ultimate book for you! Learn how to draw your favorite Manga characters and create your very own “xtreme” pieces of artwork – drawn by you!

The Author
Christopher Hart has written lots of other books that teach young artists how to draw. None of those, however, use the special technique you’ll find in this Manga collection, which will help you draw all kinds of cool characters quickly and easily.


How It Works
Each drawing is broken down into four easy steps. Start by tracing or drawing Step 1. The just add the new lines in Steps 2, 3 and 4. Before you know it, you’ll be drawing characters that would normally take much longer to create!


You’ll find tons of characters to draw in this book, starting with easy ones and getting harder as you go. A few of the drawings even have backgrounds added, which you can draw or trace if you like.


What Is Manga?
Manga is the Japanese word for comics. It’s a very popular style of cartooning known mostly for its’ characters’ huge eyes. Manga began in Japan but has become a craze that’s sweeping the globe. There are lots of different kinds of Manga characters. Manga people are super-cool, and some of them even have superpowers.


Another type of Manga character is called a Chibi-style character. These are short, round, hyper-adorable and totally squeezable. This book will teach you to draw a huge variety of fun chibi characters, including wizards, ballerinas, sword fighters and fairies.


There are also Manga monsters, which are included in this book (in the last section). The fun part about drawing monsters is that each one is different and unique. Some are fluffy, some are clawed, some are made of metal – but all Manga monsters are really cute!


If you’re ready to make the world of Manga leap off the page, grab this book, along with a pencil and some paper, and get started!


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