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An introduction to drawing manga characters

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My latest tutorial Book The Artist’s Guide to Drawing Manga is now available for humans to buy.

It primarily covers basic to intermediate techniques for creating manga style characters and artworks. I’d been wanting to create a new replacement to my first book The Art of Drawing Manga, and managed to revamp every aspect of it. The written content was doubled, the artwork quality increased, the tutorials and examples more relevant and the book’s layout upgraded. The Artist’s Guide book was designed to compliment Digital Manga- a book which details the digital process in more detail.

Why do I need another how to draw book?

Every artist has a different take on how they create art work and every teacher has a different approach to breaking it down and explaining how it’s done. I hope that aspiring manga fans can read through the book, gaining new insights, inspiration and understanding of how it’s done. If you’ve never picked up a how-to-draw book before, I’d recommend checking out the Artist’s Guide. I want to help people become awesome artists and I’m happy for anyone to email me about the book’s contents if they need extra help or explanation 🙂

Why should I buy your book and not just use online tutorials?

I have a lot of faith in the book… I know what I’m talking about, having created manga inspired artwork for years for dozens of clients. Check out my portfolio- I’m teaching readers how to achieve a similar vibrant and professional look to their artwork. I’m no stranger to creating ‘how to draw manga’ books- I have refined my process of communicating my knowledge over the last decade and put together a package which will advance one’s ability much quicker than if they were to try pulling tutorials from various sources online.

Art still takes a ton of time and practice to get better, but if my 1000s of hours of instructional book-writing experience can bring a reader’s skills up a notch or two for a reasonable price, I’d like to think that’s worth it.

Online tutorials can be a bit hit and miss. I spent days researching what’s already online and while there is some excellent stuff, it can be hard to find and there’s also a lot of confusing, poorly written instruction. All these tutorials are scattered across the web in various locations while The Artist’s guide to Drawing Manga houses 124 pages of info in one place. – That info has consistency. It’s written by the same author, so you know you wont be getting confused by trying to follow a different way of doing things from a different teacher.

Even if you read a lot of tutorials and have other art books, there’s always room for another. I’d be very surprised if a reader didn’t learn at least one new, useful technique from the book. And if you’ve read it, let me know what you think in the comments below 🙂



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