Japanese Comickers: Draw Anime and Manga Like Japan's Hottest Artists, Volume 2

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Harper Collins, Apr 29, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages

Where else can you find such an incredible collection of 14 young comic, anime and manga artists willing to share the secrets of their techniques? Each artist includes a brief biography, the most representative work and a gallery of their best work with step-by-steps on how to create the work. The last chapter features a who’s who in the industry or "Tree of Japanese Comickers" and information about the art materials used by each artist along with a glossary of terms unique to Japanese comic/anime illustrations.


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Despite what the cover tells you this book is not really a drawing book, it is mainly an art book, focusing on a variety of different artists. There is a small section introducing each artist that ... Read full review

Japanese comickers 2: draw manga and anime like Japan's hottest artists

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The art of Japanese cartooning called manga started on paper, then blossomed into anime, its animated form, on television, in movies, and on the Internet. From its Asian beginnings it has spread ... Read full review

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Published quarterly in Japan, Comickers Magazine is the authoritative guide to the Japanese comics trade and provides unique information on the worlds of manga, anime, illustration, games, fashion, and cinema.

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