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Manga Studio 5 Beginner's Guide par [Rhodes, Michael]
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Présentation de l'éditeur

An extensive and fun guide to let your imagination on loose using Manga Studio 5

About This Book




  • Illustrated with real-world examples, we embark on a journey of a comic's creation from initial idea to finished page



  • Discover methods for emulating analog creation digitally and investigate ways of producing unique comics



  • Full of examples and illustrations to make comic creation fun and easy



Who This Book Is For

"Manga Studio Beginner's Guide" is for beginners in comic creation. The more you know about how comics are made, the better you will be, but it's not essential to get the most out of this book. Even if you're a professional comic artist, this book will get you up to speed on using Manga Studio 5.

What You Will Learn




  • Create your own story in Manga Studio 5



  • Learn how to create pages to make them presentable on the Web and on paper



  • Identify ways to make your comics "sound" as good as they look by using software that complements speech balloons created by Manga



  • Master different ways to color your comics



  • Use the 3D posable figures in Manga Studio 5 to augment your own knowledge of anatomy to draw characters in action poses



  • Discover ways to compose a page to direct the reader's attention where you want it to be



In Detail

Using Manga Studio 5 to create comics is an enriching experience. Instead of using graphite and ink, we can get creative with digital marking tools. Once you've got to grips with the basic use of these tools, creating comics digitally is just as expressive and fun as creating them on paper.




Manga Studio 5 Beginner's Guide is for beginner and experienced comic artists who are new to Manga Studio. The book delves into the methods of creating a comic, from an idea, character, script, and rough layouts, all the way to the finished art. No matter what character you are creating—superheroes, sci-fi, fantasy, real world, or Manga—Manga Studio 5 Beginner's Guide will be your go-to book for creating comics.

Biographie de l'auteur

Michael Rhodes

Michael Rhodes took apart grocery bags at the age of five to create pads of drawing paper. Decades later, he still hasn't stopped, although he has switched from grocery bags and crayons to charcoal, paint, pen, ink, and computer. He has taught web designing at Silicon Valley College and has conducted cartooning classes for elementary school children. He has illustrated Tales of The Living Room Warrior, an eightpart fable following the epic adventures of cats from the creation on of the world to the domestication of humans. He is also the creator of Thingies, a fantasy comic book series that details the adventures and perils that a reporter experiences while she uncovers secrets of her universe. His books and art work are carried by Fantastic Comics in Berkeley, Heroes and Villains Comics in Pleasanton, and Solo Comics in the Napa wine country. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Digital Design. His cartoons and artwork are displayed at www.crtoons.com and www.quatumgumbo.com.


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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 402 pages
  • Editeur : Packt Publishing (24 avril 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00JXLF78W
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22 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 NOT JUST FOR BEGINNERS 23 juin 2014
Par Jeff Welborn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a great book and while I don't consider myself a Manga Studio "beginner", I'm no expert either. I was able to pick up a few new tricks from this book. It's incredibly thorough in it's explanation of the various tools, modes, and options. I really wish I could have read it a few years ago while I was trying to teach myself Manga Studio. I really would have saved myself a lot of time and sped up the learning process quite a bit.

First things first: The cover. While I mean no disrespect to the Illustrator I feel it's a poor representation of what Manga Studio can do. I think a stronger graphic would have been one graphic in various stages of completion. That would get the message across that you can do it all with Manga Studio. Imagine a generic hero or heroine in a 4 or 5 panels. The first panel would be a rough pencil sketch, then a panel for black and white inks, then one for colors and the last could be a fully painted version. All done with Manga Studio's wide array of tools.

On to the good stuff: The book is written in a casual, approachable manner that makes the vast array of tools and options less intimidating. The book is broken into chapters that break down a series of comic pages into real world steps. Application over theory. Through downloadable content the author supplies test pages for practice on inking, penciling, coloring, lettering, everything you would need. Sometimes learning new software can be frustrating because of the blank page in front of you and no direction on where to take it. Nothing helps you learn faster than a task to accomplish. The various chapters focus on a specific step to creating your comic page. Chapters on setting up your workspace, pencilling, inking, coloring, lettering, exporting, and printing. All written in easy to understand terms and step by step instructions. Almost every action has a summary following it entitled "What Just Happened?" to summarize what was just covered. Many aspects of comic book creation are covered that have little to do with Manga Studio, which I still found interesting. Topics like story creation and a brief history of printing color in comic books are a fun read. I even leaned where the terms "lower case" and "upper case" originated. Neato! One of my favorite features in this book were the post chapter pop quizzes. It's something I've never seen in any other instructional book I've read. It's a good way to make sure what you are reading is really sinking in.

I highly recommend this book to anyone just starting out with Manga Studio or anyone who uses it and wants to learn more about it. Who knows, you may even learn a few tricks to speed up your workflow. i know I did!

-Jeff Welborn
14 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great way to learn Manga Studio 5 22 mai 2014
Par Heleen Durston - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Manga Studio 5 is a program distributed by Smith Micro that is available in 2 versions, Regular and EX. (Apparently, Manga Studio was also available under the name of Clip Studio Paint Pro (Manga Studio) and Clip Studio Paint EX (Manga Studio EX).) Manga Studio 5 Beginner’s Guide was written by Michael Rhodes and he does an excellent job of explaining the ins and outs of Manga Studio. The book was published by Packt Publishing which provides a webpage for the book on their site:
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The book follows using the Manga Studio (Clip Studio Paint Pro) version, though it does contain one chapter about the extra capabilities available in the EX version. Now that you are thoroughly confused let me say that I was able to use the book with the Smith Micro trial download which provides you with both versions of Manga Studio. I also used Manga Studio 4 EX with this book, and while the interfaces are different which may lead to some menu-hunting for commands, you can still learn a lot from this book regarding that version of the software.

I am a big fan of the Manga style of comics; but I am also an awful artist. I was hoping that this program might dig up some hidden talent. Unfortunately, the answer is no. Both the book and the program expect you to be able to draw. The book does an excellent job of bringing artists up to speed on Manga Studio 5. Manga Studio 5 is very customizable and this beginner’s guide explains how to create various unique brushes and page styles.

The book mentions a colored-pdf supplement that provides colored pictures of the books graphics. I was able to download this earlier; but it doesn’t seem to be available now, which is a shame since it really helped me with understanding the book. The book also mentions that support files are available; but I was never able to find them.

If you are interested in drawing Manga and want to learn how to use Manga Studio 5 then Manga Studio 5 Beginner’s Guide by Michael Rhodes is a great starting point.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Terrible cover, great guts! 25 mai 2014
Par CM Shifflett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The cover is awful, but the innards are an excellent intro to Manga Studio 5.

I am primarily a writer, and have long used AutoCAD and Paint Shop Pro for illustrations, but not up to their limits and to this day I remain woefully unfamiliar with Photoshop, etc. I bought Manga Studio with the notion that some of my materials might be more accessible in graphic format. I did not find MS5 particularly intuitive, and was not satisfied with program manual or a 3rd-party manual I bought.

Internal design is very similar to the "Dummies" series. It starts from the very beginning. Besides careful step-by-step directions (with screen shots) there are many tips and tricks woven into the text.

Greatly appreciated!
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great springboard 5 juin 2014
Par kazillo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The step-by-step explanations are very detailed and easy to follow, which is great because the reader doesn't immediately have to understand the theory or reason for a technique, (s)he can still do the technique. The author nudges beginners into good backup, safety (like deleting brushes accidentally) and efficiency (turn off Facebook app) habits too. Although I've been using Manga Studio for awhile, I learned some useful information which I'm now using in my workflow. For example, I learned what the icons in the document tab mean and am using the sub view palette instead of opening another app for reference. He doesn't ignore touching on some of the few minor blemishes that MS has though. I think this is a good book to learn how to use this awesome digital drawing program.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Solid guide 12 juillet 2015
Par J. Smithe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This goes into extreme depth on everything you can do. Like others have said, I wish they would have chosen a better cover as it doesn't truly show all that you can do with the software.The book explains pretty much everything you might need to know about manga studio but if you're a beginner, you'll want a book or two just on drawing manga as this isn't as heavy on the technique and focuses a bit more on the technical side of using manga studio. Overall, it's very useful if you're just picking up the software.
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