How to Draw Anime & Game Characters, Vol. 1: Basics for by Tadashi Ozawa
By Tadashi Ozawa
Для просто начинающих рисовать - отличное пособие для постановки базовых навыков+удовольствие от интереснейшей темы. Для любителей, рисующих мангу/аниме (есть ведь и такие...) - добротный подарок, ибо присутствует указание на множество тонкостей и нюансов. Для профи - вспомните детство. Краткая структура пособия - 1. Базовые навыки вообще рисования и определенные художественные понятия. 2. Пути достижения выразительности аниме-героя. Приводится four примера: два для паренька, два для девушки. three. Рисование тела. four. Рисование деталей. five. Применение навыков - тест.
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