The Art of Drawing Manga Monsters by David Antram
  

Synopsis

The Art of Drawing Manga Monsters by David Antram

The Art of Drawing Manga series introduces the distinctive style of Japanese manga art with step-by-step drawing guides using fundamental drawing techniques. The books helps readers to take their basic skills to a new level, as well as suggesting tips to develop drawings into imaginative artworks of a highly polished standard. Create new characters, from cute youngsters to traditional heroes and learn how to capture detail, such as facial expression and customary clothes with the Art Class drawing skills guide. In The Art of Drawing Manga Monsters, learn how to draw all kinds of manga monsters from a deadly night hunter to a warrior girl and from a dragon slayer to a flying akuma.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

David Antram
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Publisher

Publication date

1st July 2013

ISBN

9781908973542

Publisher Profile

Book House is an imprint of Book House

logo By remaining small and independent, Book House through its parent, The Salariya Book Company has managed to maintain its integrity and continues to produce a highly original and challenging list of titles. With a shortlisting for Independent Children's Publisher of the Year 2009, a potential Hollywood feature film adaptation of the Danger Zone series and an animation series of Amos Daragon in the works for this independent, the best is still yet to come!

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www.book-house.co.uk/


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