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How much would a course on drawing cost given by the top 100 international manga artists? How much would they charge to share their most highly valued techniques? This book brings together 100 manga artists and asks each one to offer 10 practical tips for the manga enthusiast on techniques, sources of inspiration, and the best way to build their portfolios. Detailed photogHow much would a course on drawing cost given by the top 100 international manga artists? How much would they charge to share their most highly valued techniques? This book brings together 100 manga artists and asks each one to offer 10 practical tips for the manga enthusiast on techniques, sources of inspiration, and the best way to build their portfolios. Detailed photographs, 1,000 in total, taken by the artists themselves serve to illustrate each of these 1,000 tips....

Title : 1,000 Ideas by 100 Manga Artists
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ISBN : 9781592537143
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 320 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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1,000 Ideas by 100 Manga Artists Reviews

  • Parka
    2018-12-01 12:12

    (More pictures on my blog)This book is a mixed bag which is not surprising considering there are 100 artists featured. The thing about the 1000 Ideas series from Rockport Publishers is that it's not easy to get just top notch artists included.About half the artists are Japanese. Other half are from America, German, UK, etc. Some are professional, some not. A diverse range of work is featured, but there's disparity in the quality of work too. All the artists are new to me and I've not seen any of their work before. There's no big name manga artists.Each artist is given 20 questions of which they choose and answer 10. They are actually interview questions about their inspiration, tools they use, their style, views on manga, etc. There's not a lot on techniques. There's plenty of imagery of illustrations and doodles of all sorts. Again, some are inspiring and many not.Reading this book is like visiting random art blogs. You'll never know what you'll find.

  • Simon Yoong
    2018-11-24 04:05

    i think the book sounded good in principle, but the end result isn't satisfying at all. the questions are quite shallow. They should have allowed the manga artists to free express themselves and explain their art. and why so many Americans and Europeans? Shouldn't MOST of them be Japanese, rather than just half?

  • Kimberly King
    2018-12-14 06:59

    Didn't really read it but looked at and very much enjoyed the interesting and sometimes wacky or unusual illustrations.