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  • Taschenbuch: 127 Seiten
  • Verlag: Impact (23. Oktober 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1440328307
  • ISBN-13: 978-1440328305
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21 x 0,9 x 27,6 cm
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"He creates a compilation of strong lessons and ideas to give budding artists the tools they need to harnessing the manga perspective. Grounded in various art basics, pointing out sizing, angles and proportioning, Mark creates a lesson-plan system that is effective in charting these basics." - Nerd Reactor, 2013

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Mark Crilley is the author and illustrator of several graphic novel and prose fiction book series, including thirteen-time Eisner nominee Akiko, Billy Clikk, Miki Falls, Brody's Ghost, and Mastering Manga (IMPACT Books, 2012). Since being selected for Entertainment Weekly's "It List" in 1998, Crilley has spoken at hundreds of venues throughout the world and become one of YouTube's top 25 Most Subscribed Gurus, creating drawing demonstration videos that have been viewed more than 60 million times. His work has been featured in USA Today, the New York Daily News and Disney Adventures magazine, as well as on Comcast On Demand and CNN Headline News.

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Von Dzinic am 2. Dezember 2013
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It covers a lot step by step which isnt the best way but probably fastest way to learn a certain manga style. It covers a lot basic knowledge which you can imply into anything which i found good! Overall a good book with good references! Thanks Crilley
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Von simone am 25. März 2014
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wer die videos kennt wird auch dieses buch lieben! dieses buch ist einfach nur toll! ich kann es nur jeden weiter empfehlen! :D
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Von Thomas Brinkmann am 28. November 2013
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In Teil 1 und 2 steht wirklich alles drin, was man zum Manga zeichnen brauch und ist in genauen Schritte bestens erklärt.
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34 von 34 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
a great follow-up to the first book 23. Oktober 2013
Von moi surtout - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In the intro, Crilley says he did his best to make this 'a real how-to-draw-manga' book, meaning an emphasis on conveying narrative rather than just drawing manga-style characters as art. There are sections that explain his process start to finish, planning a panel, composition, sequencing, inking, page layout and more. I especially liked the section on using point of view to convey narrative purpose.

The bulk of the book focuses on drawing characters, both male and female. Some of the basics do overlap with volume I, like basic proportions of the body/face. However this book includes variations such as a worm's eye view, sitting, a standing kiss and foreshortened views. The harder poses are a good continuation as a level-up from volume I, but the instructions are clear enough that I think beginners could follow them if they take their time to get it right.

I follow the author's Youtube channel and I've noticed that his style has evolved a bit since the first book was written. Lately he seems to be doing more traditionally realistic drawings, many of which are quite impressive. However, this book is more rooted in the manga style. I've read some criticisms of the first book that say it's not authentically Japanese enough, but personally I like that he portrays people of different ethnicities and ages, which I haven't seen as much in the Japanese books I have.

Both volumes of Mastering Manga are good, but if you can only get one, consider what you want to learn. This book would be a better choice if you want to learn more about putting together a full story, whereas the first book had more examples of variations for details such as hands or eyes. Each book does stand on its own, so get both if you can.
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A worthy sequel to Mastering Manga 24. Oktober 2013
Von Neko-san - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The title "Mastering Manga 2 level up with Crilley" describes this book very well. With this book, Mark Crilley delivers a most anticipated second lesson on Mastering Manga. For some manga aficionados, this is the Manga 102 that they wished the first book were.

As in the previous iteration, this book is divided into 3 main parts, with some introductory and final sections:

Introduction
What You Need
Putting Your Materials to Work: Making the Manga Eye
Anatomy of a Manga Panel
Part 1: Head and Faces
Part 2: Proportion and Poses
Part 3: Bringing it all Together
Conclusion
Index
About the Author

Like in the previous book, several sections of this book are introduced with a comic-book-style page. The introductory sections provide the basis of what you need to know to draw manga which makes this book a stand alone how-to-draw-manga book.

Part 1 to Part 3 also cover similar material as in the first book, with more detailed drawings, but with less reference material.

Part 1 focus on the head and faces. This section includes 7 to 8 steps tutorials on how to draw detailed female and male heads in front, profile and 3/4 views, bird's eye, worm's eye views and even a fantasy cat girl character. There is also reference material for 16 female and male hairstyles for female, 7 facial expressions, various samples of real and manga styled eyes (3), ears (2), noses (3) and mouths (4), various samples of glasses (4) and hats (4).

Part 2 focus on the body. This section picks up with body proportions for various ages, 7 steps tutorials on how to draw female and male bodies in front, bird's eye, worm's eye and foreshortening views. There is also 7 step tutorials on how to draw the hand, sitting pose, fighting scene and kissing scene. There is good reference material on arms (4), hands (7), legs (2) and feet (3), various poses (16), various clothes (4), folds (6), styles (8) and footwear (6). This section finalizes with Chibis (5 samples) and a 4 steps tutorial on how to draw one from a full-sized character.

Part 3 focus on drawing the manga. This part starts with a 4 to 5 steps lessons on perspective, drawing a forest or a desert, and cover common elements such as rocks grass, rivers and rain. There is also reference material on water effect (3) and surface detail (4). This section includes a brief demonstration of Crilley's process of drawing a single Manga page. It also includes thoughts on planning panels, composition, inking and layouts.

This book feels brief, but this is expected of a 128 pages book. In summary, the first book was a better resource for reference material with a plethora of hairstyles, eyes, hands, feet … while this book is a better resource for demonstrations. Well, not exactly true, but that was the intention as we are constantly reminded to go to impact books to download a free bonus demonstration. Unfortunately, at the time of this review the link was not available.

So, which book is for you? For reference material and basic instruction, the first one. For more advanced instructions, this one. However, once you pick either book you may end up buying the other one book as well.
4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Excellent 9. Mai 2014
Von TP - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I struggle a lot with anatomy, and this book is really helpful. It breaks down the body into small sections, and has step by step examples on how to draw different poses. It helped me a lot, and was worth it for the price.
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Solid release 27. März 2014
Von B. Ackley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Mark Crilley has posted quite the army of YouTube videos showing people how to draw manga styled art. I thumbed through his f first Mastering manga and thought it was a solid effort for beginners but passed on it as my skill set was more advanced. When I saw he had released a second book I checked it out.

The second volume starts off by retreading a lot of what was already covered in volume one. Male and female body proportions, drawing faces and different poses are all rehashed in ten beginning. In the second. Portion if the book mr Crilley changes gears and starts talking about creating scenes, drawing details/ textures such a worn brick, creating believable rain or setting up clear focused comic panels. The second part impressed me and I felt that it was worth a purchase.

Crilley is a solid artist and gives some really great information on how to improve drawing skills. While part of the book recycles much of volume 1, the new stuff topics are so strong they justify buying the 2nd volume.
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I loved it! It's just as good as the first! 1. November 2014
Von Dainthus - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
First, Let me get something straight- DO NOT READ UNLESS YOU HAVE READ THE FIRST BOOK!!! If you read this one first, you won't understand anything! Anyway... This book was great! I recommend it for anyone who is fascinated by manga (and read the first book!) Or wants to learn how to make their own manga (or comic) books. Plus- it includes a few sneak peeks at Brodys Ghost. Don't get this book just for the sake of wasting space on your kindle. I also recommend this book ages 10 and up. Any younger, and they'll be easily frustrated. Other than that- you should get this book! Also, The girl on the What You'll Need page looked uncomfortably similar to me in real life- Minus the blue eyes. CREEPY!!! P.S I don't have a review for the first book cuz I bought that one at a store- This book was bought on kindle!
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