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Pop Manga

Author: Camilla d'Errico
Publisher: Watson-Guptill
ISBN: 0307985512
Size: 28.49 MB
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Renowned manga artist and comics creator Camilla D'Errico's beginner's guide to drawing her signature Japanese-style characters. From comics to video games to contemporary fine art, the beautiful, wide-eyed-girl look of shoujo manga has infiltrated pop culture, and no artist's work today better exemplifies this trend than Camilla D'Errico's. In her first instructional guide, D'Errico reveals techniques for creating her emotive yet playful manga characters, with lessons on drawing basic body construction, capturing action, and creating animals, chibis, and mascots. Plus, she gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at her character design process, pointers on creating their own comics, and prompts for finishing her drawings. Pop Manga is both a celebration of creativity and an indespensible guide that is sure to appeal to manga diehards and aspiring artists alike.

Pop Manga Coloring Book

Author: Camilla D'Errico
Publisher: Watson-Guptill
ISBN: 0399578471
Size: 32.46 MB
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Manga artist and Pop Surrealism superstar Camilla d'Errico presents her first ever adult coloring book, filled with portraits, patterns, and the stunning artwork her fans and collectors have come to love. This one-of-a-kind book offers you the opportunity to collaborate with d'Errico, adding your colors to her gorgeous black and white linework. Featuring everything from haunting and surreal character portraits to pages filled with patterns and designs all rendered in d'Errico's inimitable style, Pop Manga Coloring Book is guaranteed to provide hours of coloring fun and excitement.

Shojo Manga

Author: Kamikaze Factory Studio
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062023519
Size: 27.38 MB
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A step-by-step guide to all the tricks-both freehand and digital-to create the best manga characters! Here is an amazing manual of manga for artists of all ages! Concentrating on Shojo Manga and anime (a genre targeting female audiences), Shojo Manga is a practical, hands-on guide to learning the skills of Shojo drawing. It includes detailed information on how to apply digital colour, 3D designs, vectorial drawing, and a host of other fascinating and useful design applications. And each project in Kodomo Manga includes step-by-step instructions specifying software, tools, and professional tricks to achieve the big eyes, tiny noses, and love torn expressions central to Shojo Manga characters. Shojo Manga takes manga artists, illustrators, and graphic designers from initial black-and-white sketches to a vibrant, fully costumed collection of characters. In five chapters, its content will be broken down as follows: Vintage Romance Love and Pop Gothic Magic Lovers History and Legends

Pop Painting

Author: Camilla D'Errico
Publisher: Watson-Guptill
ISBN: 160774807X
Size: 62.67 MB
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A unique behind-the-scenes guide to the painting process of one of the most popular artists working in the growing, underground art scene of Pop Surrealism. Painting superstar Camilla d'Errico opens up her studio and offers readers an insider scoop on the tools, techniques, and inspirations she draws from to create stunningly beautiful, otherworldly works of art. Pop Surrealism, with its unique blend of high art and popular culture, has been a growing force in the art world for years. Artists working in Pop Surrealism use elements of manga, cartoons, movies, and more to produce paintings that have been displayed in galleries and purchased by collectors around the globe. In addition to her work in manga and as the author of the best-selling Pop Manga, d'Errico is also one of the Pop Surrealism movement's biggest names. From high-end art galleries to comic book conventions, d'Errico's works draw legions of fans, collectors, and admirers. WithPop Painting, fans and aspiring painters get an up-close look at the step-by-step processes she employs to transform oil and acrylic paints into unforgettable images of her ethereal and beautiful characters. This one-of-a-kind look at a painter at the top of her field reveals all the materials and methods readers need to join the ranks of the Pop Surrealism movement.

Hokusai X Manga

Author: Sabine Schulze
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783777426679
Size: 64.42 MB
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Anime and manga are powerful pop-culture phenomena, capturing people s imaginations in the pages of comic books, on television and smartphone screens, and at cosplay festivals, where children and adults alike don elaborate costumes and share creations based on the original art. Somewhere along the way, many of these cute, stylized characters jumped the Pacific, and we too became smitten with Hello Kitty and collecting adorable Pokemon. But this isn t the first time artists embraced popular culture and enjoyed enormous commercial success. In the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, Hokusai, Kuniyoshi, and their contemporaries produced colored woodblock prints of beautiful courtesans and brave Samurai for the masses. Hokusai x Manga offers fascinating insight into the most widely consumed examples of popular culture in the history of Japanese art. Woodblock prints, or ukiyo-e, were a central medium of early mass culture, and they served as a fantastical escape from everyday life. As Japan transformed into a modern nation and society, the demand for popular art didn t disappear, and the forms were merely adapted from one cultural context to another, changing to reflect the high-energy urban streets of Tokyo, but retaining many of the basic elements. Dozens of lively, colorful images from shunga sheets to selected excerpts from manga by Jiro Taniguchi, Inio Asano, and more are interspersed throughout the book, making Hokusai x Manga as fun to read as it is informative. Hokusai x Manga will give Japanophiles and pop-culture enthusiasts everywhere an entirely new perspective and on these captivating chapters in the history of Japanese art. "

Manga Girls Coloring Book

Author: Mark Schmitz
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486497119
Size: 59.54 MB
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Adventurous girls are the stars of this original coloring book. More than 40 manga images depict a pirate, rock star, witch, and other fetching fantasy figures. Ages 7 and up.

Helmetgirls

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Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
ISBN: 1595829237
Size: 50.81 MB
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Camilla d'Errico is a powerful voice in pop surrealism, her work combining diverse influences in imagery both singular and hauntingly familiar. Compelling and deeply personal, Helmetgirls documents Camilla's art and lifestyle brand that fuses manga, steampunk, and fine art into an original and meaningful aggregate. Gargantuan biomechanical headgear adorns beautiful, wide-eyed, and seemingly fragile girls. More than just decoration, the helmets express each girl's character, needs, and desires. Look deeply into the Helmetgirls' eyes — they have a story to tell.

Camilla D Errico S Burn

Author: Camilla d'Errico
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416978739
Size: 37.40 MB
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Reborn as half man and half machine, Burn finds himself having to make a difficult decision as he tries to figure out where he belongs in a world where war is raging between men and machines, in a powerful graphic novel for young adults with black-and-white illustrations. Original.

Camilla D Errico Postcards

Author: Camilla D'Errico
Publisher: Last Gasp of San Francisco
ISBN: 9780867197266
Size: 18.21 MB
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A set of 30 postcards reproducing paintings by manga-influenced artist Camilla d'Errico. Beautiful girls are rendered in bright, eye-catching colors. The girls in d'Errico's paintings express myriad emotions at once, with realistically painted animals that perch above them as 'headgear' reflecting the emotional state of the girl below. This postcard set presents d'Errico's portraits in a delicate package, reflecting the light, soulful, and fantasy-rich world she creates.

A Brief History Of Manga

Author: Helen McCarthy
Publisher: Ilex Press
ISBN: 1781571309
Size: 64.10 MB
Format: PDF
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Manga is more than a genre in the comics field: it is a vital creative medium in its own right, with hundreds of millions of readers worldwide, a host of graphic styles, and a rich history now spanning seven decades. Now for the first time, that history is told by an award-winning expert in the field. Covering topics from Akira to Mazinger Z, this book is fully illustrated throughout, and photos of key creators accompany accessible sidebars and timelines. Answering the key questions of any fan where did my favourite manga come from, and what should I read next? this book will open doors to neophytes and experts alike.