How To Make Manga Characters: Band 17/Diamond by Katy Coope


How To Make Manga Characters: Band 17/Diamond by Katy Coope

Have you ever wondered how to draw your favourite manga character, or design a character of your own? Manga artist Katie Coope shows you how, step by step. Use this book to create your own manga hero or heroine - their adventures start here! * Diamond/ Band 17 books offer more complex, underlying themes to give opportunities for children to understand causes and points of view. * A mind map on pages 54 and 55 helps children recap all the different things to think about when drawing their own manga characters. * Text type: An instruction book. * Curriculum links: Art and Design.

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By Katy Coope, Illustrated by Katy Coope

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Contains Paperback
56 pages
Interest Age: From 9


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Publication date

21st July 2007



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