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How To Draw Manga Book Review

How To Draw Manga Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Looking to find your creative side this summer? Learn the basics of anime and cartoon drawing with How To Draw Manga.

Looking to find your creative side this summer? Learn how to draw your favorite characters from Yu-Gi-Oh or create your own with How To Draw Manga - Getting Started.

Let's Get it Started

Manga is the japanese word for comic book. The characters you see on Yu-Gi-Oh are created using this style of cartooning. How To Draw Manga - Getting Started shows you the basics of selecting pens and paper, drawing characters, creating backgrounds and the art of storytelling. All you need is a pencil and some paper and you'll be drawing your own manga creations in no time.

Easier Than You Think

How To Draw Manga - Getting Started shows you that you don't have to be born with "artistic talent" to enter the fun and exciting world of manga. The book starts by showing you how to select the basic tools of manga drawing, then goes on to give you detailed instructions in the techniques you'll need to learn to become a true manga master. How To Draw Manga: Getting Started is easy to follow and the step-by-step guide they provide for creating characters and backgrounds makes drawing manga simple for even the most "artistically challenged". How To Draw Manga: Getting Started also has several examples of both "good manga" and "bad manga", which are particularly helpful when you're just starting out. Whether you just want to draw for fun or are determined to become the next legend of the manga world, How To Draw Manga: Getting Started is a great place to start your manga journey.

How to Draw Manga Rating: 5


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