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by Christopher Hart

eBook Manga Mania Fantasy Worlds: How to Draw the Amazing Worlds of Japanese Comics ePub
Author: Christopher Hart
Language: English
ISBN: 0823029727
ISBN13: 978-0823029723
Publisher: Watson-Guptill (September 1, 2003)
Pages: 144
Category: How To Create Comics & Manga
Subcategory: Graphic Comics
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 765
Formats: mobi lrf mbr rtf
ePub file: 1964 kb
Fb2 file: 1181 kb

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Manga fantasy is the swords-and-sorcery Japanese animation style featured in the most popular video role-playing games on the market. Best-selling author Christopher Hart’s latest tutorial reveals the secrets and techniques that go into building these worlds of wonder.An increasingly fashionable style among both digital and traditional animators, manga enjoys unrivaled popularity among the game players themselves, allowing them entry into fabled worlds of startling beauty, terror, and adventure. Manga Mania Fantasy Worlds throws down the gauntlet for people interested in creating these scenes for themselves. Artists will learn how to illustrate detailed backdrops and landscapes, rugged weaponry, and, of course, fearsome creatures—aliens, faeries, ogres, and much more. In the straightforward style that is his trademark, Christopher Hart teaches the basics and the intricacies of creating manga fantasy illustrations that practically jump off the page.
Khiceog
I waited a long time for this to arrive from the retailer. It arrived in a thin, plastic wrapping that had a slight tear near one of the corners of the book. Luckily, there was no damage to the product. As for the book itself, I actually like it. It has many different things to draw, and explains the differences in styles. It mainly focuses on Medieval and Sci-Fi worlds. It's not my favorite How-To-Draw book, even on these topics, BUT for the price and the variety of projects, it has a welcomed spot on my shelf.
JoJogar
MY SON WAS VERY PLEASED. THESE BOOKS ARE VERY HELPFUL WITH ART STUDENTS. NOW HE HAS THE BOOK TO SHOW HIM HOW TO DRAW, BUT ALSO HIS ART TEACHER AT SCHOOL.
MrDog
I chose this rating because it was in way better shape than I expected. It is very informative. The condition of the book was excellent.
Blackbrand
You would think that "fantasy worlds" would be a small enough category to cover properly. However, Christopher Hart's book tackles too wide an area. As a result it ends up doing well in some and not-so-well in others.

First, let's say that this is clearly not a "how to draw" book. It assumes you already know how to draw. What it's here's to provide is specific guidance on handling the fantasy world. This includes knights, faeries, sci-fi, steampunk, and more.

A problem, though, is that each of these areas fully deserves its own entire book. How do you cover "steampunk" in just a few pages? How about "sci-fi"?

Equally intriguing to me is that while some areas have drawings which are fairly weak, other areas shine. I really appreciate his faerie drawings. They have a gentle flow to them. But the sci-fi bruiser just looks awkward and clunky. The legs look like mangled, rotting potatoes. "Winged Warrior" is ... I can't even begin to describe it. It's not good.

So sure, borrow this from the library to get some of the tips. But to really learn how to draw medieval, sci-fi, or whatever your target area is, seek out one of the many great books on that specific topic. Ones that have well-drawn examples.
Tantil
I had mixed reviews about this book, but I had to admit that the reason why I bought this book was because of his fantastic cover art. :)

First of all, there’re some really good references on the fantasy, science fiction and medieval world. For example, you can find knights, faeries, monsters, dragons and even aliens in the book. Plus, topics on evolving medieval weapons, differences between elves and faeries, special effects and even the turnaround section (which tells you how a person looks like when “turned around) are covered. There’s also a section telling you what’s a weak and dynamic drawing looks like, which helps if you’re interested in honing your manga-drawing craft. Another great section I would like to point out is the “Castle” section. The book also covers some different places within the castle, such as the dungeon and drawbridge, and I find this really helpful when drawing the inside of the castle.

Unfortunately, there are only one example for most creature, beast or place, which can be rather limiting if you’re trying to draw the same creature in a different way. However, I think this is where your imagination will come in. Also, I noticed that some of the artworks have a certain “American” style (instead of Japanese) to it, but many of the artworks are very nice and attractive.

For the serious mangaka-wannabe though, you are better off getting more “technical” & "Japanese style" books such as the “How to Draw Manga” Series, but overall, this book will make a great reference or resource book for people interested in fantasy and drawing cartoon/manga.
Dikus
This books O.K. It tells you how to draw four type sof dragons,faeries, "gothic creatures", and some si-fi stuff. He tells you all this stuff, but in doing so I think he might be limiting your imagination by saying "here's how you draw this and that". Whatever. I think he would be better off by adding "here's the basic anatomy of a person(front and back), here's some armor variations, weapon variations, basic clothing folds, dragon skin options, maybe what a medevial town looks like, and all that.

He Does tell you how to do turn arounds, and some of the pictures in this book are dang tight!

Maybbe I'm picky, but I think those pictures in there should in pencil so he(Christopher Hart) wouldn't be lording over you with his fancy inked-and-colored pictures. This book isn't that bad, though. Drawing these things using his step-by-step instructions will improve your drawing skills.
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