Manga Mania Bishoujo
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This books shows aspiring artists exactly how to handle anatomy and muscles, hands and nails, seductive outfits, extreme hairstyles, body language and facial expressions -- everything you need to draw these powerful women of fantasy.
and allow you to create your own characters in any position, in any scene. All of the latest and most appealing hairstyles are shown, as are facial expressions, emotions, the body, posture, body language, action poses, character types, costumes, and hands and feet. Did I leave out anything? I don’t think so. But there’s more! A section on glamour, which shows you the secret to turning ordinary females into sparkling beauties. You’ll learn how to draw two characters together in a scene so that
hair must be clipped back and neat. Long, flowing hair would interfere with the character’s moves. Ponytails are the favored style. The long leg (with pointed foot and toes) accentuates the line of the body. VERSION 2 (RUNNER) Here’s a determined track star. Between competitions, this “strictly business” athlete can be seen training, hitting the pavement and logging in those miles. She wears shorts, a windbreaker, and a headband or sweatband. Does she need the kneepads and the extra-high
figure 7/8 view, of head, 1.1, 1.2 sex appeal sexy pose, plain into shifting leg shock shoes short hair side-by-side positioning side view, of body smiles snobby posture soldier, techno sorrowful expression space ranger space suits special effects, magical girl stalking steps, security and storms, 10.1, 10.2 stylish figure survival mode suspicious expression sweaters, schoolgirl, 7.1, 7.2 sweating small stuff swimsuits, 6.1, 8.1 taken aback posture techno soldier teen,
balance but is a guideline to divide the body equally in half. When the body is turned 3/4 of the way around, the halfway point (and, therefore, the center line) will appear to be 3/4 of the way over. In addition to aiding the artist in visualizing the body correctly, the center line helps the artist draw the costume in the correct proportions. Belt buckles, zippers, and buttons often appear down the middle of the body, so they naturally fall on the center line. In addition, artists use
conveys mood. NEUTRAL POSTURE I’ll call this the standing-at-attention pose. Nothing is going on here; it’s completely neutral. The body is not expressing any emotion. UNHAPPY With only two small changes—a hanging head and drooping shoulders—the character’s emotions begin to reveal themselves. SNOBBY Lifting the chin and stiffening the spine create a character with an I’m-better-than-you-and-I-know-it attitude. GRIEF The shoulders shift forward and the head tilts down, exactly like the