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Kids Draw Anime

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Interst in anime and manga - the arts of Japanese animation and comics - is exploding in the US children's market. Pokemon, Digimon, Dragon Ball Z and Sailor Moon are just a few of the anime phenomena delighting kids ages 4-12. "Kids Draw Anime", the 8th book in the popular "Kids Draw" series, is the first book specifically designed to teach kids 6-12 how to draw the popular anime style themselves. Focusing on "shojo", and "shonen"-style anime, the book teaches the familiar "big eye" look, in which characters are drawn cute and young as opposed to the angular, dramatic characters of adult-oriented styles. Young artists should find a complete introduction to anime style taught with engaging text, and full-colour art. Dozens of fun, hands on lessons demonstrate how to draw heads, eyes, expressions, hairstyles, the basic body, hands and shoes, good guys and bad guys, goofy characters, fantasy characters, robots, and much more. As in all "Kids Draw" books, each dazzling spread is easy to follow, fun to look at, and guaranteed to charm a new generation of artists!

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