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Manga mania video games : how to draw the characters & environments of Manga video games

Author: Christopher Hart
Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill Publications, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents an illustrated guide to drawing manga-style characters, weapons, action poses, and environments, and looks at how pencil drawings are transformed into computer images.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Hart
ISBN: 0823029743 9780823029747
OCLC Number: 55845627
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 144 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Three most important characters: Hero head --
Hero body --
Sexy gal head --
Sexy gal body --
Evil mutant head --
Evil mutant body --
Brief anatomy lesson --
Other popular video game characters: Teenage fighters --
Punk --
Freak --
Sexy spy --
Brawny characters --
Magical girl --
Evil samurai --
Independent teen fighter --
Mecha-clad fighter --
Angel warrior --
Fantasy faerie --
Space fighter --
Manga mutant --
Superdeformed characters, chibis, and fantasy animals --
Goths --
Weapons expert --
Wheels --
Classic action poses: Basic emotions --
Action and direction --
Dynamic windup --
Classic gun battle techniques --
Hand-to-hand combat --
Just for kicks --
Reactions to fighting blows --
Jumping and leaping --
Aerial fight scenes --
Weaponry: Ninja butterfly knife --
Executioner's short ax --
Long ax --
Samurai sword --
Hammer-style weapons --
Man vs. beast-with weapons --
Samurai sword in motion --
Special effects --
Giant robots --
Mechanized animals --
Video game environments: Painless perspective --
Creating world environments --
Favorite settings --
Computer imaging: Rough sketch --
Computer-unfriendly images --
Inking and coloring --
Polygons --
Modeling --
Mirror imaging and patch modeling --
Texturing --
Painting the details of the face --
Body texturing in finer detail --
Computer animation --
Turnarounds --
Poses --
Attitude --
Facial expressions --
Industry interview --
Index.
Responsibility: Christopher Hart.
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This latest entry in Christopher Hart's wildly popular Manga Mania series provides aspiring manga artists with the skills they need to master basic manga drawing skills and serves as a guide to  Read more...

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