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By Christopher Hart

Manga Anatomy Like Youve by no means visible It! you recognize that manga faces are varied from these of normal, American-style comedian e-book characters. yet were you aware that manga our bodies also are assorted? good, they're, and Christopher Hart is the following, once more, to inform you all approximately it in his signature available variety. This ebook is loaded with transparent step by step directions and illustrations, anatomical charts and knowledge, and before-and-after comparisons you won’t locate anyplace else—all adapted to making real Japanese-style manga. and likewise to the breakdowns of many of the sections of the physique, you’ll additionally find out how the entire varied elements—including faces and costumes—come jointly to shape entire characters. simple Anatomy for the Manga Artist comprises every thing you must recognize. No aspiring mangaka (manga artist) will be with no it.

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P. cm. Includes index. eISBN: 978-0-8230-8227-8 1. —Japan—Technique. 2. Cartoon characters—Japan. 3. Figure drawing—Technique. I. Title. II. Title: Everything you need to start drawing authentic manga characters. 1 For Candace Raney, my longtime editor. I hope this makes up for all the times I’ve interrupted your morning muffin and latte with my phone calls. Cover Title Page Copyright Dedication INTRODUCTION 1 BASIC HEAD ELEMENTS The Skull Manga Eyes in Four Easy Steps The Manga Nose The Mouth and Teeth Ears Creating Specific Characters 2 THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE BODY Understanding the Skeleton Simplifying the Skeleton Height Proportions Muscles from All Views 3 TOPOGRAPHIC ANATOMY Neck Chest Abdominals Shoulder Upper Arm Forearm Back Upper Leg Lower Leg Hidden Muscles, Pleasing Line Flow General Muscle Direction and Shape 4 BODY SYMMETRY & ASYMMETRY The Ins and Outs of the Muscles Arms Hands Legs Feet Feet from All Angles 5 HOW MOVEMENT, LIGHT & PERSPECTIVE AFFECT THE BODY Standing Sitting Light and Shadow Perspective and the Figure Running in Perspective Sitting in Perspective 6 PUTTING IT ALL INTO PRACTICE Romantic Dress Stylish Suit Kimono Jumpsuit Mod ’60s Coat Pretty Maid Fantasy Villain Winged Fantasy Fighter Fantasy Knight Samurai Muscles through Clothing INDEX INTRODUCTION The ability to represent the human head and figure is essential for those who want to draw manga.

And third, the far leg shouldn’t be hidden behind the near one, otherwise the figure will look flat and stiff. CORRECT MANGA HEAD SIZE FOR OLDER TEENS Youthful teens, or “tweens,” are generally drawn in the shoujo style, with giant eyes and large heads. Older teens, including the bishounen- and bishoujo-style characters, are drawn with smaller heads on long bodies—even when sitting! This makes the characters look more mature. But often, artists reduce the head size a bit too much. Tiny head sizes on regular bodies make characters look giant.

But look at the initial sketch, the foundation drawing. It’s not only rather simple, but it also looks somewhat similar to many other manga constructions in this section. That means two things: First, that the structure of the drawing is basic, not complex. The complexity of the drawing comes from finishing touches with hair, eyelashes, and eye shines—things you do to “glitter up” the image. Second, if you can draw one manga head, you have what it takes to draw the others, since they’re similar in shape and contour.

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