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How to Draw Manga!: Lesson #3: Ears (Manga University by Koda Tadashi

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By Koda Tadashi

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From the paintings studios of Manga collage, Japan's major writer of English-language academic manga, comes an all-new sequence of mini the best way to Draw Manga guides.

Each consultant comprises approximately dozen pages of easy-to-follow suggestions and uncomplicated manga-drawing thoughts, all absolutely illustrated within the award-winning Manga collage style!

Designed with the start artist in brain, this entry-level advisor explains the fundamentals of drawing manga eyes, and demanding situations the scholar to consider how even the easiest of ears are crucial for characters of all kinds.

How to attract Manga! Lesson #3: Ears positive aspects the artwork of Manga collage teacher Koda Tadashi.

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18 A Sample of Drawing Tools This is a sampling of the many tools that are available to use in drawing. The items presented here have proven to be indispensable to artists. In this section, you will learn each tool’s different applications. Take special note of how the tool is used differently by each artist in the gallery sections throughout this book, and practice what you see. Various Mediums GRAPHITE PENCILS Graphite pencils are probably the most common drawing tool.

22 Ample Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Types of Easels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Mirror Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Where to Buy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Lighting Lighting is an extremely important aspect of drawing to consider. Drawing is about what you see and how you see your subject. Light is the most important element of drawing because it reveals the structure of an object.

Think about the subject matter you are drawing and how it is suited to the surface you are using. If you want to draw a subject with fine detail and the quality of the line is important to you, you should use a smooth paper. If, however, you will not be concentrating on fine detail but an overview of the subject, then a less smooth paper will best suit that need. There are no hard and fast rules; just be aware of the possibilities, and always experiment. NEWSPRINT PAPER Newsprint is the most economical paper to use and is available in pads.

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