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Manga Crash Course: Drawing Manga Characters and Scenes from Start to Finish Paperback – March 11, 2015
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About the Author
Mina "Mistiqarts" Petrovic is a manga artist and instructor from Serbia with a degree in fashion design. She has a hefty schedule of commissions and works to teach Serbian youth easy ways to create manga. She is popular on deviantArt and YouTube with millions of views for her video tutorials.
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I discovered Misti through her Youtube channel and got her book because I love her tips--I wasn't disappointed! This book has some great stuff inside: it explains what manga is, what supplies you will need to draw it, and how to use the supplies, as well as the ones you should ditch; it has tips for getting more out of your supplies, how to get over being afraid of drawing, and what to do if you mess up. It teaches you how to draw male and female eyes, as well as male and female heads at different angles, drawing chibis, aging your character, a section on drawing girls' and guys' proportions, a bunch of different nose, ear, and mouth shapes, and where to place them on the face. It also shows different hair styles, how to draw hair, where clothing usually folds, techniques for drawing folds, a section on hands and feet, as well as emotions and accessories for your character. There is also a unique game on how to create your own characters. My favorite section was on inking, shading, and toning your pictures. She also has some cools tips on watercoloring your manga, cross-hatching, and how to set up your own manga panels. Overall, I highly recommend this book for anyone starting out in drawing manga, and looking to get better!
What I've posted here is one of the sketches I've made by following the instructions of the book. This was one of my favorite full body Manga sketches.
I can guarantee you that I enjoy this book. It's been very helpful, and I think this would be fit for beginners, and even experienced.