At the time of the Wonder Festival in Tokyo is a big crowd. Stream of people waiting to see a little manga sculptures – toys. These figures are usually made in very small numbers, and are therefore unique and expensive. Masterpiece sold at very high prices, but the avid collectors are buying them. The greatest interest is, of course, for sexy women manga figures, often in very challenging, erotic poses. The popularity of these figurines from day to day growing, and expanding the number of collectors in many countries outside of Japan. Whoever believes that toy of Kinder eggs are no longer for his age, can begin to collect manga figures. You only need to come to this great fair and choose a toy for his taste.
How to Draw Manga and Anime
- Prepare each page by drawing in panels if you are creating a paneled manga page. Trace the panels in ink.
- Sketch the stick figures for the characters, with an upside down triangle for a torso and ovals for the head, shoulders, elbows, fists, hips and knees. Define the front of the face by drawing the stick figures proportionately for the character: regular human proportions for average or unimportant characters; long and wiry for capable fighters; long-legged and big-hipped for females; or short and stocky for children and comic relief characters. Build the characters up with "pipes," exterior lines that more closely emulate the body types of characters, but omit detail.
- Draw in the character details, clothes, facial features, ears, hair and body definition. Stick to the conventions of manga style, such as big eyes, oversized hair, and small pointed noses and chins. Express emotion with an exaggerated facial expression and one of the accepted emotional symbols: literal waterfalls of tears for sadness, a single large sweat drop for nervousness, a storm cloud for exasperation or a skull and crossbones for hatred. Once the details are finalized, trace the lines you want to appear in the drawing in ink.
- Draw the backgrounds into the panels or drawing. Manga backgrounds fall into two categories: realistic landscapes with carefully measured perspective, and abstract patterns and lines that appear in scenes of action. For the former, select a horizon point on the page for all background objects to shrink toward. Draw the background items using a ruler to slant them toward the horizon point. For the latter, sketch the pattern onto the background. In either case, trace the finished pencil lines in ink.