- Title: Shojo Fashion Manga Art School: How to Draw Cool Looks and Characters
- Author: Irene Flores
- ISBN: 9781600611803
- Page: 291
- Format: Paperback
Shojo Fashion Manga Art School How to Draw The Number One Fashion Workshop for Shojo Manga From dos to shoes, how you dress and style your characters says a lot about who they are, before they even utter a word. Shojo Fashion Manga Art School, Year Draw modern looks Irene Flores is the author of IMPACT s bestselling Shojo Fashion Manga Art School, as well as co creator of Tokyopop s trilogy Mark of the Succubus, Volume , Volume and Volume with writer Ashly Raiti.Her deviantART website has had than , pageviews and her work has been reviewed in Ain t it Cool News, Manga Life, IGN, Tokyopop, and Newsarama among others. Ai Yazawa Ai Yazawa , Yazawa Ai, born March , is a Japanese manga author.Her pen name comes from Japanese singer Eikichi Yazawa, of whom she is a fan citation needed While most of Yazawa s manga is published in Japan by Shueisha, publishers of Ribon and Cookie Nana was serialized in the latter , series like Paradise Kiss have appeared in non Shueisha magazines such as Ethnic and Racial Stereotypes in Manga mit Disclaimer I am not a trained sociologist, so these are just my theories and opinions Resources I used for this page included a couple fascinating sessions on Japanese war propaganda art and pre WWII manga art, presented by researchers from Ithaca College and Central Washington University respectively at the Japanese Pop Culture Conference in Victoria, Canada. Baby Me Baby Me Japanese , Hepburn Aka chan to Boku is a sh jo manga by Marimo Ragawa.It was originally published in Japan by Hakusensha, and was published in English by Viz Media, serialized in the magazine Shojo Beat.It received the th Shogakukan Manga Award for sh jo in The series was adapted as an anime television series in . Anime TV Tropes A debate surrounds the origins of the large eyes popularly used in anime With some sources saying it originated from Osamu Tezuka, who was heavily influenced by American animators such as Walt Disney s work or Betty Boop one of Tezuka s favorite characters On the other hand, one of the earliest artists to use the large eyes look was manga artist Junichi Nakahara, who was drawing
The Number One Fashion Workshop for Shojo Manga From dos to shoes, how you dress and style your characters says a lot about who they are, before they even utter a word Whether your story calls for a flashy drama queen or a mousy bookworm, this guide contains everything you need to know to create fabulous shojo manga characters with personality.The Figure Follow these siThe Number One Fashion Workshop for Shojo Manga From dos to shoes, how you dress and style your characters says a lot about who they are, before they even utter a word Whether your story calls for a flashy drama queen or a mousy bookworm, this guide contains everything you need to know to create fabulous shojo manga characters with personality.The Figure Follow these simple basics to draw the guys and girls of various body types, in any pose.The Face Learn how to draw an endless variety of features Get the feeling across with facial expressions from a subtle quirk of the mouth to all out crocodile tears Then add the perfect hairstyle the icing on the cake.The Look Shop from an illustrated gallery of clothing and accessories for every season and occasion, from formal dresses to bunny slippers, with demonstrations and tips on designing your own original fashions.The Setting Portray your character s world with demonstrations on how to create classic hangouts like classrooms, coffee shops and bedrooms.Complete with 14 start to finish demonstrations for drawing a range of character types, from the girl next door to the punk guy, from single characters to couples and groups, this book will help you bring a world of unique and memorable characters to lifed have lots of fun doing it
Recent Comments "Shojo Fashion Manga Art School: How to Draw Cool Looks and Characters"
This is what I needed. It does lack in a few areas, and only really concentrates (in clothes) modern girls' clothes, which isn't a huge issue. It also mostly concentrates on drawing teenage girls, and doesn't put any focus on different age groups, but it does help a bit with drawing guys. It also covers, somewhat, drawing the attitudes for your characters. It's good for learning to draw proportions, poses, fabric types, hands and feet, hair, faces and heads, including profile views, whether you' [...]
I mostly picked this up because there's a large section in it on drawing clothes and hairstyles, which I really needed. I ended up loving the whole thing. I really like Flores' art style, which is part of why I like it so much. But also, the way the instruction is presented is very straight-forward and easy to follow.The part I was interested in--the fashion and hairstyles--is very well done. The only thing that was a little disappointing is that though there's a wide variety of hairstyles, only [...]
This is a really great reference book. It gives you lots of ideas on how to expand your wardrobe choices for characters and gives ideas for hairstyles as well.
If you are a self-taught artist of the manga art style, then this is a great reference to have on your bookshelf. Not only does it cover the basics of building a human body, it shows you how to add clothes without making them look almost painted onto the figure. There is even a section about how to draw multiple characters as well as some segments on perspective.The layout of this book makes it easy to find what you are looking for and has an index in the back for quick searches. There is also a [...]
Great for beginners.
Provides basic overviews of many things, and a slightly more in-depth look at clothing. I prefer the in-depth coverage of the second book, but this has a few tips that the others don't.
Checked out thru Kindle Unlimited since I already own Shojo Fashion Manga Art School Year 2; I really liked the brief but helpful section on drawing comic backgrounds and scenery in particular; definitely gonna revisit it!
It's Alright, better than most Manga books I've tried. Honesty I haven't found better in all the bookstores I've looked in, as far as the way it teaches you. A lot of Art books are more of a showcase than a teacher. This was the most "Teacher" Manga book I've found. So either I don't have access to better, or this is as good as it gets for Manga. A lot of artists are really good at what they do, but teaching is another talent that not all people have. Thus they show a lot of examples in their "S [...]
I loved this book so much. I bought 4 manga books for my 11 year old for her birthday, and this is by far my favorite. I love the drawing style, the format, the way every element builds up, but by far, my favorite part was the character studies in the back. She breaks down the posture, clothing, personality, etc. of each character, facial expressions, and really clearly illustrates the process. I've had a lot of fun working through this with my daughter. Seriously fun.I highly recommend.
To start off, this is a great book. Honestly it contains a lot of invaluable information relating to the drawing of clothes and styles. I love this book.What I do not love is the ebook I purchased. I purchased the ebook from the Kobo website and I was sorely disappointed. For although the content was great there was a lot of stuff that just wasn't right. It is not uncommon to be missing images and occasionally the words in paragraphs were all mixed around. I would recommend buying this book I wo [...]
Very interesting ways to draw people and the style of clothes.
I Really Want This!!!!!!!
Literally the best how to draw book I've ever read. Some diversity, great fashion & the drawing style is cute, effective and pretty accurate. :)
One of the few books I found very helpful in learning to draw and wanted to buy - I would definitely recommend this as a resource.
One of my favorite art books!
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