By Hikaru Hayashi
BISHOUJO (beautful women) is vital on this planet of manga. no matter if you could draw ladies, it's tough to attract them attractively. This e-book explains how you can draw hair, faces, eyes and the determine of BISHOUJO within the jap manga kind.
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Scary 3. Maid 3. Sword Master 4. Shy 4. Samurai 4. Shape-Shifter 5. Noisy 5. Knight 5. Winged 6. Know-It-All 6. Athlete 6. Fire Powers STEP 1: Draw a list like the one above. You can even add more columns, like pets, background or hair color. If you have a six-sided die, make a chart with six rows. These are just examples. Use this chart to make your own original combinations, too. Warning! The game can cause hilarious laughter. STEP 2: Roll the dice! Rolling the dice turns all our listed characteristics into a random jumble!
Our happy maid will be 6 heads tall. Draw the chibi character at the usual 2 heads tall. STEP 2: Our happy maid can change her shape into a cat, so we will draw her with cat ears, “cat paw” posing hands and a tail. This chibi character is always positive, so let’s draw her hand showing a peace sign. STEP 3: Draw the clothes around the shape of the body. Furry details, such as the tail, always have curvy zigzag edges. Even when drawing puffy skirts, you need to draw the body inside to prevent mistakes.
Basic Manga Body—Counting Heads The height of a head can be used to measure the overall height of your manga characters and can help prevent you from making the hands or legs too small or too short. The more heads you add, the taller the character will be. Make a small manga character 2 heads tall for a chibi, or 6 or 7 heads tall for an adult character. 2 heads: chibi 3 heads: a toddler 4 heads: a young child 5 heads: an elementary school child 6 heads: a teenager or a short adult 7 heads: an adult Chibis “Chibi” means “small” in Japanese.