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How To: Draw manga mouths in four different ways

Characters in Japanese manga tend to have very expressive mouths, ranging from a smirky little line on one page to a giant "O" mouth on the next page. In this video, "Miki Falls" manga creator Mark Crilley shows how to draw mouths the manga way. And we won't just learn to draw one sort of mouth, we'll learn four different styles.

How To: Draw anime/manga backgrounds

Watch this video to learn how to draw backgrounds for anime and manga. "Miki Falls" manga creator Mark Crilley presents a tutorial on how to draw and color backgrounds for a manga-style illustration. The emphasis is on using color and linework to create the illusion of depth.

How To: Draw anime/manga hair

"Miki Falls" manga creator Mark Crilley presents a tutorial on how to draw manga or anime hair. The first character's hair is drawn entirely in real time, with continuous spoken explanation. Drawing hair is one of the most important components of anime and manga figure drawing, this video will show you how.

How To: Draw a realistic manga face

In this video, "Miki Falls" manga creator Mark Crilley shows us how to draw a realistic manga face. Manga has a unique style, and if you get minor details wrong it can really add up to make your characters look strange and unappealing. This video takes you through the process of drawing manga faces, step by step.

How To: Draw a "realistic", angry manga face

Anger is one of the emotions most prominently featured in manga, especially "boy" manga. Thus, knowing how to draw an angry male manga face is an important skill to master if you want to create your own manga-style art. This video demonstrates how to do just that in pencil, starting with the outline of a head. It offers detailed instructions that should enable any budding manga artist to replicate it themselves.

How To: Draw manga body proportions

In this video, "Miki Falls" manga cartoonist Mark Crilley shows how to draw body proportions for manga comics. Characters in manga proportions are often proportioned differently than characters in American comics, with larger heads and more childlike bodies. This video show you how to get manga bodies right.

How To: Draw manga/anime characters in love

Ever thought it was hard or impossible to draw the manga characters with emotions? Minicustom, a very skilled manga sketcher, will take you through all the steps to create your dream manga character using modern sketching techniques to create authentic professional looking manga art work. Through this you learn everything you need to know about manga sketching and the ease of this sketching than previously thought.

How To: Draw different types of anime/manga hair

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw different types of anime/manga hair. Different types of hair can completely change the look of a character. For example, if you are going to draw hair on a girl manga character, you will want to make it curly and long. Use long lines with bangs to make this hair look more realistic. For guy manga characters, you will want to add a lot of triangles to the hair to make it look like spikes all over and give him short bangs as well. Give each of these your u...

How To: Draw manga of your own

Learn how to draw the Japanese genre of comics, manga, in this crash course for drawing your own. You will need some drawing pencils, a drawing pad, a kneaded eraser, and perhaps some manga examples. Before you know it, you'll be drawing those quirky and hyper-expressive characters.

How To: Draw manga faces in profile

This easy to follow and informational video, brought to you by Mark Crilley of [www.markcrilley.com Mark Crilley], details in depth, the steps you will need to take to create a manga style cartoon character's face drawing, in profile view. In this video, Mark demonstrates the process he uses to create his manga style drawings on three different drawings, both on female and male characters. If you are an aspiring cartoonist, looking for some great tips this video will surely deliver.

How To: Draw a manga eye

The eyes of characters in Japanese manga tend to have a very distinctive look. They are large, childlike and shiny, with lots of little reflections. If you draw them right, they can look beautiful. But if you get them wrong, they'll just look bizarre. In this video, "Miki Falls" manga creator Mark Crilley shows how to draw manga eyes, line by line.

How To: Draw manga anime hair

Trying to perfect your manga anime drawn characters? Getting down the muscle curvatures and details like hair and eyes can be difficult. Learn how to draw anime or manga hair with help from Drawing Now. Search WonderHowTo for more videos from Drawing Now to learn how to draw a variety of characters and cartoons!

How To: Draw a manga anime body

Trying to perfect the manga anime body of a drawn character? Getting the muscle curvatures and details down can be difficult. Learn how to draw a manga anime body figure with help from Drawing Now. Search WonderHowTo for more videos from Drawing Now to learn how to draw a variety of characters and cartoons!

How To: Draw a scary manga female vampire

A scary vampire is just what the artist ordered. In this video tutorial, learn how to draw a scary manga female vampire. See how to do the sketch illustration, step-by-step, strictly for anime and manga comics. This quick and easy video will have you drawing eerie female vamps in no time. You see the torso, head, pelvis, hips, and legs drawn.

How To: Draw manga characters

This video illustrate us how to draw manga characters.Here are the following steps:Step 1:Take a sheet of paper and pencilStep 2:Start by drawing a circle ,this will represent the face of the manga. now draw the eyes ,nose lips of the character with sharp lines to represent action on the face.Step 3: Now draw the middle part of the body and it should be in perfect shape.Step 4: Now draw hands of the character with waves on the hands to show masculine look.Step 5: Now draw the feet and legs.St...

How To: Color in hair, manga style

Using a popular movie character as a basis, and drawing in manga style, our video host shows us visually how to properly color in whatever hair you may be attempting to draw. Using first the primary color along each strand, we are then show that a lighter or darker version of the primary color should be utilized, right alongside the initial color. And then, to complete each strand and give the hair a varied and popping appearance, you should always outline each strand in a nice simple black. ...

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