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Shojo Wonder Manga Art School: Create Your Own Cool Characters and Costumes with Markers (Anglais) Broché – 25 novembre 2011


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Offers manga art instruction and projects. This title features over 20 step demonstrations showing how to draw and paint beautiful characters with watercolour and markers. It includes instruction on tools and materials, and basic techniques - sketching, drawing and colouring.

Biographie de l'auteur

Supittha Bunyapen is a prolific young manga and cover artist whose site recieves around 30K pageviews a month along with hundreds of commissions for her work and tutorials. She currently works in the game industry for hot outfit Kiz Toys and uses both traditional and digital media. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina and her work can be viewed at www.ecthelian.deviantart.com

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HASH(0x926ccaec) étoiles sur 5 A surprisingly good reference 16 septembre 2011
Par Neko-san - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
There are some great resources about adding color to comic art using digital media, from the publisher of this book and from others. However, I was looking for a resource that would specifically guide me on how to paint my manga/comic artwork with markers. And from the cover of this book (Create Your Own Cool Characters and Costumes with Markers) you would think that's all you're going to get. However, you get a bit more and that is not a bad thing.

This is how this book is organized:

Introduction
Chapter 1 Tools and Materials
Chapter 2 Drawing and Painting Heads
Chapter 3 Drawing Bodies and Poses
Chapter 4 Fantastical Costumes
Chapter 5 Textures, Backgrounds and Perspective
Index
About the Author

Each Chapter contains 5 to 10 pages of theory/tutorials about the subject at hand. Chapter 1 is very good at establishing the tools and materials to use for painting with markers. Chapters 2 and 3 present brief tutorials on how to draw, but extensive demos on how to paint heads, and posing figure. Chapter 4 gives good tips and demos about fantastic attire, but leaves you wishing for more. In the last pages of this book (43 out of 144), Chapter 5 presents tips on scenery and perspective before delving into how to paint various scenes.

The most important part for me about this guidebook is the extensive repertoire of step-by-step demos showing how to paint with markers. This book includes plenty of demonstrations:

Chapter 1 -- 2 demos, 3 to 4 steps long
_ Layering
_ Blending
Chapter 2 -- 6 demos, 6 to 7 steps long
_ Painting Light Skin
_ Painting Tanned or Asian Skin
_ Painting Dark Gray Skin
_ Painting Colorful Hair
_ Emphasizing Emotion with Shadows and Highlights
_ Using Complementary Colors to Create Drama
Chapter 3 -- 8 demos, 3 to 11 steps long
_ Suggesting Distance with Color
_ Little Miss Sunshine
_ The Rebel
_ Casual and Cool
_ Glamorous Star
_ The Fighter
_ Summer Breeze
_ Brotherhood
Chapter 4 -- 2 demos, 10 to 11 steps long
_ Lionel, Warrior King
_ Belen, The Elf Archer
Chapter 5 -- 6 demos, 4 of them 14 to 16 steps long
_ Painting A Spring Lake Background
_ Creating a Light-Filled Atmosphere
_ Deep Ocean Scene
_ Combining Markers and Paint
_ The Traveler
_ Nailing Perspective in No Name Cafe

In all, I'm very satisfied with this book. The only bad thing is that the book is brief (144 pages long). I found the demos so effective that I end up wishing for more. But that is me, being greedy.
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HASH(0x9299adec) étoiles sur 5 Every bit deserving of 5 stars 19 novembre 2011
Par A. Brooks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
One of few books in my vast collection of "How To", "Manga School", " Manga Mania" ect books that deserve 5 stars.

Firstly, I'd like to say this book doesn't exactly cater to people new to the art of drawing manga. If you want to learn how to draw manga from the basics look into other sources (Not as if this book advertised itself as such, but I don't want people thinking because it says "Create Your Own Cool Characters" you can have no drawing experience and be able to achieve what this artist does.) While this book went farther in depth than I would have ever thought from the title and Amazon preview, all of the pictures the author is showing us how to color are already drawn line arts. There is a section where they teach you how to draw heads, go into perspective and give you poses, but if you're new it's not enough to get you going to full, detailed line arts. Basically, you don't learn how to draw the line arts in this book, you learn how to color them. Just putting that out there.

That said, I highly recommend this book if you want to familiarize yourself with Copics/Neopiko/Prismacolor markers(Cheaper brands will not work effectively if you're trying to color as shown in the book). Actually, this book is a absolute must when buying your first set of Copics. I believe there are tips in this book that you will not find elsewhere. And for each picture the author is showing us how to color she lists all tools needed and colors by Copic number so you can use exactly what she uses. Other reviewers went into detail about what else this book shows you so I won't repeat.

If you don't use markers I recommend this book anyway as inspiration. There is very beautiful art to be seen in this book. Just looking through it made me want to better myself as an artist.
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HASH(0x9299c948) étoiles sur 5 Color ME impressed (and envious)! 16 novembre 2011
Par Robert Pendarvis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Right up front, let me point out that the writer/artist of this book is one of my former students at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Still, I always made a point of being honest (sometimes brutally so) during my in-class critiques and I try to treat my reviews on amazon.com the same way. Besides, Annie Supittha Bunyapen was a popular illustrator looong before taking my classes.

I meant to review this book earlier, but wanted to make certain I had given it a thorough going over. As one of the earlier reviewers pointed out, this book actually gives you MUCH more than the title implies.

Annie's writing style is very relaxed, but authoritative. This book isn't light on solid, factual information, yet it still feels like she's talking with you, not AT you. And she backs up everything she writes about with photos and illustrations, as well as copiously detailed step-by-step instructions. On top of that, she not only tells you how to use markers as a coloring tool, she explains how to use coloring itself as a storytelling tool!

A quick glance at the contents page gives you an idea of the general topics under discussion, but you have to actually READ the book to discover that Annie throws in much more, like using lighting effects to heighten drama, or using foreshortening and perspective. Yet everything always comes back to the coloring techniques that are the main focus of the book. The book's title might make you think that it is only appropriate for manga creators, but it would actually be a great book for ANY young artist who wants to master coloring techniques as part of their portfolio skills.

Yes, it would have been an even greater book if Annie could have included more sections devoted to actual comics pages, but she does cover how to deal with coloring a variety of characters in a variety of situations. I guess my biggest quibble would be that the book's title doesn't really give you the full sense of how in-depth the book is. Do I recommend it? Absolutely, and without hesitation.
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HASH(0x929c996c) étoiles sur 5 Very Helpful Art Book, Not Just For Manga 1 août 2013
Par Grays - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Okay, so since most people have already talked about the quality of the instructions and how much thought and detail was put into the book, I won't review that aspect of the book for the most part (although don't get me wrong, it really does cover a wide range of things, not only how to color and tell stories with color).
For one, I don't know if someone already said this or not, but Supittha starts with a chart of materials that you'll need, okay, they have that in a lot of art books. But then she includes a color chart of Copic Markers, the differences between Copics and other markers, and she even says what the difference is between, say, Ciao Copics and Sketch Copics, and she even says what KIND of Copics she is using so if you want to start coloring with Copics, you can see what kind she uses for you to try and/or start out with.
She also gives some very nice techniques, like how to achieve a bubbly effect with a Colorless Blender Marker, etc. etc.
And then she actually gives instructions for drawing heads, adding hair, coloring it... But the awesome thing is about this section is that you can use the head & hair tutorials to draw not only manga but a MANGA-LIKE REALISTIC picture (By drawing eyes, nose, face shape, etc. like she instructs you to, with more detail or whatever and some slight alterations). So not only has her art book help improve my manga, but she's helped with my realistic drawings as well!!
She also teaches you about lighting--now I'm sure you're skeptical about what she gives here since most art books demonstrate lighting with a sphere and then move on. However, she doesn't stop there--she even tells you how to do reflected light (not step-by-step, just with a before and after, although this is still VERY helpful). This ALSO helps with both manga and realistic pictures!
Also something that really pleases me: she doesn't just show how to color in normal skin tones like pale, Asian, etc but she gives a step by step on how to color in dark gray skin for Dark Elves. I have never seen instructions for anything dark elf-related EVER, so seeing a skin coloring tutorial for one made me so happy!!
She also gives some ideas for fantasy themed outfits, eg Mage outfits, kimonos, etc. not too huge a section really although parents shouldn't have to worry as the outfits are better than many of the outfits you'll even see at just the beach or swimming pool.
If you have any doubts about buying this book, then you really shouldn't--this is a great art book and I highly recommend it, although those looking for a more anime-like manga art book may be slightly more disappointed, I love the art style so I'm happy :3 In fact, this isn't even a book for just those coloring with markers, this works for colored pencils too (I use both art medias) and it probably would work for other art medias too but I don't really know.
I got this book for the Kindle so I can't review the quality of the actual book, although I will say that the thing about having the book on the Kindle is that sometimes the pictures and steps/ notes/instructions don't match up, but it's only to be expected so oh well.
I'd rate this 9/10 stars overall
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HASH(0x929abaec) étoiles sur 5 alot of good ideas but it's not made for someone that just ... 13 septembre 2015
Par Jennyfer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Has,alot of good ideas but it's not made for someone that just started drawing
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