Manga Anatomy Like You've Never Seen ItYou know that manga faces are different from those of regular, American-style comic book characters. But did you know that manga bodies are also different? Well, they are, and Christopher Hart is here, once again, to tell you all about it in his signature accessible style. This book is loaded with clear step-by-step instructions and illustrations, anatomical charts and information, and before-and-after comparisons you won't find anywhere else--all tailored to creating authentic Japanese-style manga. And in addition to the breakdowns of the various sections of the body, you'll also learn how all the different elements--including faces and costumes--come together to form complete characters. Basic Anatomy for the Manga Artist contains everything you need to know. No aspiring mangaka (manga artist) should be without it.
Provides a page upon page of exercises that can provide you with ample opportunities to create your own personal zoo of characters. This book features step-by-step renderings showing a line by line (shape by shape) progression, provided with blank spaces next to each step for one to follow along.
What does every aspiring comic artist REALLY want to draw? Action, of course Learn how to render all aspects of adrenalin-filled movement, from jaw-dropping superhero antics to kick-ass fistfights.
- Techniques for drawing every dynamic action are explained, from body contact and flying through to fistfights, group rumbles and full-on battles
- Clever exercises show how to achieve convincing movement, from dynamic standing poses, to running, swinging, flying and fighting
- An Action File of comic character drawings in dynamic poses forms an invaluable resource for practice and reference
If you've always wanted to draw beautiful, realistic-looking portraits of your favorite people, this step-by-step guide shows you how to do it - better and more easily than you ever thought possible.
Lee Hammond quickly teaches you how to add the illustration of three-dimensional highlights and shadows to simple shapes using pencil shading and blending. After you've got the basics down, you'll learn how to use the same techniques to portray every feature of the human face. You'll also discover how to figure out what the features of your photographed model really look like so you can draw them from different angles. Then Hammond shows you how to put all those features together to create a lifelike portrait that truly captures the individuality of your subject.
After you've completed these easy-to-do drawing exercises, you'll soon be turning the memories frozen in your old snapshots into warm, beautiful works of art.
Draw, Color, and Sticker Things I Love Sketchbook offers page after page of enchanting, inspirational designs to help spark your creativity, reduce stress, and encourage fun--with coloring pages, partial illustrations for you to finish, and 500 stickers to add to your artwork.
For each happy theme, warm up by coloring in a completed drawing of fanciful items or whimsical scene with crayons, colored pencils, markers, or even watercolors. Then continue on the next page by finishing a partial illustration in a similar style. Draw in your own details, embellish with coordinated stickers, and finally add color. Relax and take your art skills to a new level as you:
- Customize your own bicycle and fill the page with things you'll see on your ride.
- Draw and color Frida Kahlo-inspired portraits.
- Add colorful scoops, sprinkles, and patterns to yummy gelato and ice cream treats.
- Create your own magical woodland scene complete with mushrooms, critters, feathers, and flowers.
- Fill a whole world of magic under the sea with crazy colors and patterns.
- And more.
High-quality, uncoated paper stock is perfect for drawing, painting, and coloring with a wide variety of materials. The stickers are printed on soft uncoated paper so they can take color or additional drawing on top, perfect for personalization
Have fun and take creative chances as you draw, color, and sticker your way through this happiness-inducing book.
Also available: Draw, Color, and Sticker Creative Lettering Sketchbook; Draw, Color, and Sticker Enchanted Sketchbook; and Draw, Color, and Sticker Nature Sketchbook.
When fashion designers draw the human body they need to capture its movement and also take into account how it responds to fabrics and volumes. Fashion Drawing Course analyses the most useful techniques for drawing the human figure in the context of fashion design. It offers in-depth explanatory texts and illustrations that will help to nurture a full comprehension of this type of figure drawing. Fashion Drawing Course is divided into two parts: the first section focuses on the human body and the second one explores the drawing of clothes.
Combine your love of classic literature and doodling with this fun, quirky, and inspirational doodle journal
Book lovers, bibliophiles, and literati, get ready to take your clever illustrations and lit memes to the next level. Designed to appeal to seasoned artists and doodle enthusiasts alike, Doodling for Bookworms is packed with more than 50 fun and inspirational prompts, drawing exercises, and literature factoids. With her cute and clever art style, professional illustrator Gemma Correll takes readers on a doodling journey that sparks the imagination and spurs doodlers to explore, experiment, and brainstorm unique ways to doodle their favorite stories and writers. Doodling for Bookworms invites literature aficionados on a doodling adventure through time-treasured books, plays, and writers. From Poe, Austen, and Shakespeare to Romeo and Juliet, Jane Eyre, Dracula, and Frankenstein, readers will discover how to create their own whimsical doodles of their favorite authors and literary characters. With its portable format and plenty of open doodling pages, this series is perfect for on-the-go creative types.
Learn how to bring to life the most exciting warriors and heroes. Armed with your pen and paper, let battle commence
Discover how to draw and paint male and female warrior archetypes, from the ancient legend of Thor to the valour of King Arthur. Explore anatomy, color and lighting techniques, and discover how to render combat, armor, weapons and clothing. Become a master fantasy artist with ten easy-to-follow step-by-step projects.
Combine your love of the great outdoors and doodling with this fun, quirky, and inspirational doodle journal
Designed to appeal to seasoned artists and doodle enthusiasts alike, Doodling for Tree Huggers & Nature Lovers is packed with more than 50 fun and inspirational prompts, doodling exercises, and outdoorsy factoids. With her cute and clever art style, professional illustrator Gemma Correll takes readers on a doodling journal that sparks the imagination and spurs doodlers to explore, experiment, and brainstorm unique ways to doodle their favorite outdoor places and activities. Doodling for Tree Huggers & Nature Lovers combines the allure of a traditional nature journal with witty humor and whimsical doodles, taking doodlers on an adventure that covers everything from camping and conservation to forest animals and plant life--all while encouraging artists and doodle enthusasts to develop their own style and techniques. With its portable format and plenty of open doodling pages, this series is perfect for on-the-go creative types.