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Mark Crilley is the author and illustrator of several graphic novel and prose fiction book series, including thirteen-time Eisner nominee Akiko, Billy Clikk, Miki Falls, Brody's Ghost, and Mastering Manga (IMPACT Books, 2012)

Mark Crilley is the author and illustrator of several graphic novel and prose fiction book series, including thirteen-time Eisner nominee Akiko, Billy Clikk, Miki Falls, Brody's Ghost, and Mastering Manga (IMPACT Books, 2012).

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Mastering Manga, How to Draw Manga Faces is an excerpt from Mastering Manga With . .big, shiny eyes and funky hair. In these action-packed pages, graphic novelist Mark Crilley shows you.Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the creator of Akiko. 59 MB·441 Downloads·New! big, shiny eyes and funky hair.

Mastering Manga 2: Level Up with Mark Crilley by Mark Crilley

Mastering Manga 2: Level Up with Mark Crilley by Mark Crilley. Mastering Manga 2 - Mark Crilley. Following the success of Manga Matrix, which demonstrated how to create manga characters, Super Manga Matrix by Hiroyoshi Tsukamoto will help aspiring artists and professionals create awesome manga characters and manga stories! Using a unique matrix system invented in Japan, artists of all skill levels-from beginner to advanced-can create new types of heroes, evil creatures, and multi-formed beasts, as well as plot their stories on a matrix diagram.

Level UP and master more manga with YouTube's most popular art instructor, Mark Crilley!It's here!The highly anticipated follow-up to the . No matter what your experience, Mastering Manga 2 will have you creating manga in no time.

Level UP and master more manga with YouTube's most popular art instructor, Mark Crilley!It's here!The highly anticipated follow-up to the best-selling Mastering Manga provides everything you need, regardless of your skill-level, to learn how to draw manga like a pr. raphic novelist and YouTube's most popular art instructor Mark Crilley is back to lead you on your artistic journey.

Mark Crilley, dubbed YouTube’s most popular art instructor, is following up last year’s successful Mastering Manga With Mark .

Mark Crilley, dubbed YouTube’s most popular art instructor, is following up last year’s successful Mastering Manga With Mark Crilley with another set of lessons on how to create manga-styled comics. Mastering Manga 2: Level Up With Mark Crilley provides. Here’s Crilley’s 10-minute book trailer, where he talks about his goals for the book: authenticity; providing detailed art step-by-steps that don’t take huge leaps; including diverse models in terms of ethnicity; new details in character design; and adding more information for lessons that he didn’t have space for in the first book.

Like the first mastering manga book that Mark Crilley made this book is laid out in an easy to follow way and expands upon the first book with more advanced techniques. This book focuses on proportion, foreshortening, scenery, shadows, and details.

Mastering Manga 2 book. Graphic novelist and YouTube's most popular art instructor Mark Crilley is back to lead you on your Level UP and master more manga with YouTube's most popular art instructor, Mark Crilley! It's here!

Mastering Manga 2 book. Graphic novelist and YouTube's most popular art instructor Mark Crilley is back to lead you on your Level UP and master more manga with YouTube's most popular art instructor, Mark Crilley! It's here! The highly anticipated follow-up to the best-selling "Mastering Manga" provides everything you need, regardless of your skill-level, to learn how to draw manga like a pro. Graphic novelist and YouTube's most popular art instructor Mark Crilley is back to lead you on your artistic journey.

Level UP and master more manga with YouTube's most popular art instructor, Mark Crilley!

It's here!

The highly anticipated follow-up to the best-selling Mastering Manga provides everything you need, regardless of your skill-level, to learn how to draw manga like a pro.

Graphic novelist and YouTube's most popular art instructor Mark Crilley is back to lead you on your artistic journey. No matter what your experience, Mastering Manga 2 will have you creating manga in no time. You'll master the basics of facial and body proportions as your drawing skills increase to the next level. Clear and easy step-by-step instruction will walk you through the mechanics of how to draw manga. You'll learn to create characters in diverse settings and scenes, as well as a variety of styles. Lessons on background and perspective will help you pull it all together into a full manga story panel.

More than 30 step-by-step demonstrations!

Proportion. Learn to draw all types of bodies, faces, ages and ethnicities in profile, from behind, and more, including how to turn a full-sized character into an adorable chibi.Clothing and body language. Reveal your character's personality through hairstyles, expressions, clothing styles and accessories.Useful poses. Tweak 16 classic manga poses to make them your own, or follow along with specific step-by-step demonstrations on drawing characters sitting, fighting, kissing and more.Environments. Create all types of habitats and moods using forest elements, rain, and the effects of water and weather.Anatomy of a manga panel. Learn how to choose the correct composition, background, depth and balance to create the most effective panel layout for your story.

Grab a pencil and learn all the secrets needed to bring your manga story to life!


Comments: (7)

Maldarbaq
In the intro, Crilley says he did his best to make this 'a real how-to-draw-manga' book, meaning an emphasis on conveying narrative rather than just drawing manga-style characters as art. There are sections that explain his process start to finish, planning a panel, composition, sequencing, inking, page layout and more. I especially liked the section on using point of view to convey narrative purpose.

The bulk of the book focuses on drawing characters, both male and female. Some of the basics do overlap with volume I, like basic proportions of the body/face. However this book includes variations such as a worm's eye view, sitting, a standing kiss and foreshortened views. The harder poses are a good continuation as a level-up from volume I, but the instructions are clear enough that I think beginners could follow them if they take their time to get it right.

I follow the author's Youtube channel and I've noticed that his style has evolved a bit since the first book was written. Lately he seems to be doing more traditionally realistic drawings, many of which are quite impressive. However, this book is more rooted in the manga style. I've read some criticisms of the first book that say it's not authentically Japanese enough, but personally I like that he portrays people of different ethnicities and ages, which I haven't seen as much in the Japanese books I have.

Both volumes of Mastering Manga are good, but if you can only get one, consider what you want to learn. This book would be a better choice if you want to learn more about putting together a full story, whereas the first book had more examples of variations for details such as hands or eyes. Each book does stand on its own, so get both if you can.
Zicelik
Like the first mastering manga book that Mark Crilley made this book is laid out in an easy to follow way and expands upon the first book with more advanced techniques. This book focuses on proportion, foreshortening, scenery, shadows, and details.

If you have the book before this one than you should be able to jump right into this one and if not here is the link to the first book Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the creator of Akiko

So the book starts out by going over the things you will need like pencils and such then it moves on to showing you how to draw faces like in the first book. However in this book the faces will be looking at various angles and one even has kitten ears. The book then moves on to once again do full body poses but this time you are working on getting proportions spot on and doing various poses and angles. The book also shows you how to draw a hand and even one holding a sword.

Throughout the book there are lots of pictures that give you inspiration but don't have any steps to draw them. The book does a good job though of getting you set up so that you can draw any pose. Towards the end of the book it works on scenery and shading.

Overall this book is both great if you want to get towards drawing either manga or realistic drawings and I am very happy with it.
Elizabeth
If you're wanting to learn the basic things to draw Manga this is it... It helped me produce these pair of eye that I really like...
Anarasida
Like the first Mastering Manga, the target audience of this book are those looking to start drawing manga. It is written with the assumption that the person has a basic background in drawing, but that is not necessarily required for the majority of the book. Recommended for 13+ unsupervised; assistance for younger users may be needed.

Highlights:
- The book is set in sequence for drawing (head, different hair and facial styles, bodies, poses, environment).
- Step-by-step instructions on how to draw heads, body parts, poses/movement, and environments are provided.
- Less focus on sexualization of characters compared to other manga guides.
- Explanation of environment and character integration (to include step-by-step how-to) is provided.
- Faces and drawings more detailed than first book.

Concerns
- The material is drawn more towards Shojo Manga, but can be adapted to other styles.
- Some material is similar to first, but others different, meaning that one may want to start with the first Mastering Manga.
- Drawing of some poses, styles, and faces/hair/emotions not included from first volume.
- There are jumps in skill between parts that will give issues to younger audiences and those with less patience.
- Increase in drawing complexity may be more difficult for newcomers to pick up compared to the first volume.
- As with most Manga drawings, those with practice/experience in drawing will have an easier time and less practice needed than those without experience.

- Other thoughts:
- Unlike some other Manga books, I wouldn't be concerned with giving this book to a thirteen-year-old to start them off with drawing Manga.
- You will need paper with no lines, a pencil, eraser, and a pen of some sort. You may also want a ruler and wide variety of colors for a fine-tip pen set.
- I included a couple of drawings that I did to show the difference that two months of practice and the two books accomplishes.
Mastering Manga 2: Level Up with Mark Crilley download epub
How To Create Comics & Manga
Author: Mark Crilley
ISBN: 1440328307
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Subcategory: How To Create Comics & Manga
Language: English
Publisher: IMPACT Books; 10/31/13 edition (October 23, 2013)
Pages: 128 pages