How to draw a manga page
How To Draw Manga by Katy CoopeEdgy Janpanese manga style of art jumps off the pages of this dynamic step-by-step drawing book written and illustrated bu a manga super-fan, teenage Katy Coope.
Sixteen-year-old author and illustrator Katy Coope has turned her love of Japanese comic art into a super-cool, step-by-step process for kids. Easy-to-follow with its oversized format and accessible text and pictures, this how-to-draw book will find an audience with fans of anime, manga, and all building comic-book artists. Includes chapters on Getting Started, Faces, Expressions, Bodies, Finishing Touches, and Materials.
Draw a MANGA PAGE in only 2 MINUTES?!
4 steps of my drawing manga-page process – how I draw manga.
Manga are comics from Japan with their own unique aesthetic, such as large and expressive character eyes. But don't be discouraged—with a bit of planning you can create your own unique storyline with all of your own cool characters! To make a manga, first write out profiles for each character, which should include a list of their personality traits and physical attributes. Then, draw your character, starting with the face shape, and adding in their features. Make sure to give your characters large, expressive eyes, which is typical of manga style.
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01. Pace yourself
If you want to know more about me, check my About page. In modern pop-culture we have the wrong feeling that manga is only something big-eyed and black-white, no, it actually can be colored, realistic and anything possible to imagine. Basically it is a story told in pictures text is optional here. I just want to share the way I do it. Hopefully it will be useful or at least entertaining. And one more tip — now I have learnt that it works for me better when I draw storyboards with pen — not graphic pencil for the same reason. I always use 3H hard pencil giving thin pale lines to easily remove them later works for sketches, but not for storyboards.