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By The Society for the Study of Manga Techniques

Genuine guide e-book on drawing manga ready by way of a bunch of assistants to the preferred manga artists, Yu Kinutani. It starts off with using drawing instruments then covers personality faces, complete our bodies, palms, legs, and so on. every thing awarded in an easy-to-understand technique.

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Diuiding the facial proportions You may use the facial proportions of children even for adults for a cute look. main player. Delicate angling of the face As you can see in the illustration, even if drawing eyes is difficult because of the angle .... •. you may draw the eye a little bit smaller (deformation) and it turns ou,t well. In drawing a cartoon face, you are free to draw whateuer you lilc:e A face can be composed of only eyes and a mouth. As tong as people can recognize it as a face, any shape is OK.

BRUSH PENS Drawing cartoons does not require preciseness to the milimeter. Some cartoonists use fine point pens as they are easy to obtain and easy to maintain. Nowadays, brush pens are commonly used for black masking. For large areas, the brush pen on the right in the photo is more suitable. This pen will be also good for drawing highlights in hair. BRUSHES The brush on the left feels more like a pen, more like drawing than painting. Very slim brushes are recommended for white ink or correction fluid .

Do not push down otherwise the lines the drawing. may smear. WHITE INK· CORRECTION FLU I 0 Correction fluid may be applied to correct tone and copies, as long as it is not watery. It is not necessary to dissolve it in water, and it spreads well. Correction ink is convenient to have. Simple mistakes can be corrected. 30 (3) Do not reverse roll to avoid spots. BRUSH PENS Drawing cartoons does not require preciseness to the milimeter. Some cartoonists use fine point pens as they are easy to obtain and easy to maintain.

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