Drawing Manga Weapons, Vehicles, and Accessories

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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This enchanting how-to guide provides the necessary techniques for drawing manga weapons, including a shuriken throwing star and dagger, katana sword, a staff, and an arm plasma cannon. Budding artists will master drawing vehicles, such as mobile patrol armor, a riot buster, a troop-dispersal carrier, and a cruise ship. Each manga feature is accompanied by step-by-step sequences and a finished example. Examples have been drawn from different manga sub-genres to provide the most complete overview possible.
 

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Anna Southgate is an editor with more than 20 years experience, and has edited numerous books in the Mind, Body, Spirit category, including titles onwestern astrology, chinese astrology, divination and spiritual health.

Keith Sparrow has been drawing and collecting comics since his childhood. He is a prolific storyboard artist whose work includes "Space Jam, Anime Art: Easel Does It" and "Drawing Action Manga: Easel Does It". A lifelong manga and anime enthusiast, Keith attends animation and comic conventions and is currently working on his own graphic novel. He uses a mixture of traditional and digital techniques in his work, drawing and inking by hand before coloring and finishing on computer.

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