Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

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It''s THE book on manga from YouTube''s most popular art instruction Guru!

There''s more to manga than big, shiny eyes and funky hair. In these action-packed pages, graphic novelist Mark Crilley shows you step-by-step how to achieve an authentic manga style—from drawing faces and figures to laying out awesome, high-drama spreads. You''ll learn how a few basic lines will help you place facial features in their proper locations and simple tricks for getting body proportions right. Plus, you''ll find inspiration for infusing your work with expression, attitude and action.

This is the book fans have been requesting for years, packed with expert tips on everything from hairstyles and clothing to word bubbles and sound effects, delivered in the same friendly, easy-to-follow style that has made Mark Crilley one of the "25 Most Subscribed to Gurus on YouTube." Take this opportunity to turn the characters and stories in your head into professional-quality art on the page!

Packed with everything you need to make your first (or your best-ever) manga stories!

   • 30 step-by-step demonstrations showing how to draw faces and figures for a variety of ages and body types
   • Inspirational galleries featuring 101 eyes, 50 ways to draw hands, 40 hairstyles, 12 common expressions, 30 classic poses and more!
   • Tutorials to create a variety of realistic settings
   • Advanced lessons on backgrounds, inking, sequencing and layout options

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"This is the book fans have been requesting for years." --Arts Book Mix

About the Author

Mark Crilley is the creator of several manga books, including the Akiko series, Miki Falls, the Billy Clikk novels and Brody''s Ghost. Since being selected for Entertainment Weekly''s "It List" in 1998, Crilley has published nearly twenty books across his many popular series and developed a massive internet following for his drawing demonstration videos earning him a spot as one of the top 25 Most Subscribed to Gurus on YouTube. His novels have been featured in USA Today, the New York Daily News and Disney Adventures magazine, as well as on CNN Headline News. Visit Mark online at MarkCrilley.com or YouTube.com/markcrilley

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M.S.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Lots of variety, packed with instruction
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2012
Like most people, I discovered Mark Crilley from his excellent tutorials on Youtube. I had high expectations of this book because I know he''s a great teacher, but I wasn''t sure how it would compare with the videos. You''re probably wondering what you get from buying a book... See more
Like most people, I discovered Mark Crilley from his excellent tutorials on Youtube. I had high expectations of this book because I know he''s a great teacher, but I wasn''t sure how it would compare with the videos. You''re probably wondering what you get from buying a book that the Youtube videos don''t show for free. I''ve watched lots of Mark Crilley''s tutorials, but there''s something special about seeing the drawing printed on the page in front of me, there as a reference. If you wanted to, you could trace drawings for practice. The book also allows you to go at your own pace, which may take much longer than a ten-minute video can allow for. I think the book works well on its own or in combination with the videos.

The book is divided into three chapters: Heads and Faces, Proportions and Poses, and Setting the Scene. The bulk of the book is made up of step-by-step guides for drawing specific character types. Adults, teens, kids and toddlers are covered, as well as chibis. The written instructions give tips about showing the gender, age and personality of the characters. One thing that sets this book apart is that several pages are devoted to portraying fuller-figured characters, something that I haven''t seen much in other manga how-to books.

There are also more advanced tutorials for kissing poses and drawing a martial arts scene, as well as thorough instruction for drawing folds and wrinkles in clothing. Some of the most useful content is towards the end. There''s information about inking drawings, laying out panels and adding speech bubbles and sound effects. One of the most interesting parts is a page showing Mark Crilley''s process in creating a manga page from start to finish.

Quite a few page spreads feature a large number of small drawings, for example 101 manga eyes or 50 ways to draw hands. These are good for reference and include some pointers, but there are some that would be worth expanding into a full step-by-step tutorial. I''d love a whole book based on the 20 classic poses! Perspective and backgrounds are covered in the third chapter, and this is another area that I wouldn''t mind seeing expanded. The tutorials cover the technicalities of perspective, but they don''t show much about how to work characters into these settings. I would also have liked to see more discussion of shading and color. Everything included in the book is great and it''s absolutely packed with helpful information on every page, but I do think the author has even more to offer and I''d love it if this turned out to be the first part of a series.

One final note: There''s no nudity in this book; all figures are drawn either fully clothed or wearing simple underclothes. Busty vixens and muscle men are notably absent. There''s no gore, the content is very family-friendly. This book would be an appropriate gift for adolescents interested in drawing manga. However, the detailed level of instruction would probably be too difficult for young children.
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LegoGirl
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Just try it!
Reviewed in the United States on May 27, 2017
I got this for my artist son, but tried it myself first to see whether it was as easy as this author makes it look---and it was (well, at least the very first drawing was easy). My daughter and I made the drawings below, 5-15 minutes each, and we normally can only draw... See more
I got this for my artist son, but tried it myself first to see whether it was as easy as this author makes it look---and it was (well, at least the very first drawing was easy). My daughter and I made the drawings below, 5-15 minutes each, and we normally can only draw rudimentary stick figures! My son appreciated that the book shows several different styles (realistic vs. cartoony) of Manga drawing, it''s not all Sailor Moon. Great workbook pages with studies of hands and feet, poses, clothing, and even backgrounds.

One star off because this is simply a look-and-copy type of workbook; it''s won''t teach you the basics of drawing in general. Not everyone has artistic talent, but I think most people could "fake it" by learning to draw in this cartoon style.
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J Robert
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A good starting point for those looking to draw manga
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2017
The target audience of this book are those looking to start drawing manga. It is written with the assumption that the person has a basic background in drawing, but that is not necessarily required for the majority of the book. Recommended for 13+ unsupervised; assistance... See more
The target audience of this book are those looking to start drawing manga. It is written with the assumption that the person has a basic background in drawing, but that is not necessarily required for the majority of the book. Recommended for 13+ unsupervised; assistance for younger users may be needed.

Highlights:
- The book is set in sequence (head, different head angles, face/hair styles, bodies, poses, movement, environment).
- Step-by-step instructions on how to draw heads and bodies are provided.
- Less (minimal) focus on sexualization of characters, especially compared to other manga guides.
- Various examples provided for characters to aid in developing custom characters.
- Explanation of environment perspective is provided.
- The material is written to be used for several types of manga.

Concerns:
- There are jumps in skill between parts of the book that will give issue for younger audiences. For example, Crilley presents a couple of head styles and how draw them for each gender, then a couple pages of styles to try and self-draw using the same method. This is not explained, but expected.
- As with most Manga drawings, those with practice/experience in drawing will have an easier time and less practice needed than those without experience.
- Although the book covers drawing perspective, it doesn''t really go over how to stylize environments nor place characters within it well.
- Some people have issue with the way that the Chibi drawings are included halfway through. If you don''t need it, you can skip past.

Other thoughts:
- Unlike some other Manga books, I wouldn''t be concerned with giving this book to a thirteen-year-old to start them off with drawing Manga.
- I found that a few days of practice took me from horrendous drawings to just "not-quite-there-yet" faces. Last real art practice before this was a basic art class a decade ago.
- You will need paper with no lines, a pencil, eraser, and a pen of some sort. You may also want a ruler and wide variety of colors for a fine-tip pen set.
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EMP
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Just..ok.... and FRUSTRATING
Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2020
I''m terrible at drawing people. Any animal I can knock it out of the park in realistic style. I have tried other books from other authors and will go BACK to using those. I thought maybe I could learn a lot more from a different author! The book goes into drawing... See more
I''m terrible at drawing people. Any animal I can knock it out of the park in realistic style. I have tried other books from other authors and will go BACK to using those.
I thought maybe I could learn a lot more from a different author!
The book goes into drawing faces which is fine but the way the information is placed and explained is weird. Then, all of a sudden in the book you''re supposed to draw an entire person! Hands.... etc.... when at this point none of how to really draw each body part is explained.
I also don''t like that it''s written like a comic book.
If you ARE interested in drawing manga/comics then these will be very helpful. The information on creating talk bubbles or whatever.... it''s just really not what I personally cared for.
I was dumb enough to buy the 2nd and 3rd book in the series at the same time and those are not much more help for me or my taste in how the characters are drawn.
If you just want to learn to draw anime characters or people in general I would recommend you check out Christopher Hart''s books.
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Chris Dorn
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
His method just works!
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2016
Crilley provides clear step by step instructions for the beginner. In the book, he emphasizes the importance of precise placement of facial features in order to achieve manga facial structure. He provides concrete suggestions as well as various grids/guidelines to help... See more
Crilley provides clear step by step instructions for the beginner. In the book, he emphasizes the importance of precise placement of facial features in order to achieve manga facial structure. He provides concrete suggestions as well as various grids/guidelines to help you learn the proper distances between eyes, eyes to nose, eyes to chin, etc. in an easily understandable way. As an added bonus, since Crilley has a strong youtube presence, you can watch his videos where he demonstrates a lot of what is in the book.

At first, I was frustrated a little (as expected when you are learning new skills) that the faces I was drawing had an "almost" manga, but not quite right appearance. I''ll add that I''m also new to digital drawing so I was learning two skills at the same time. Anyway, in case this tip helps someone else, I''ll describe what I did to get over that bump.

I copied Crilley''s guidelines right into my digital program, then repeatedly traced over them to get a feel for his guidelines (I was especially having trouble drawing chins). Right next to my tracings, I would also draw equal sized guidelines (without tracing) and draw in the features. I learned two things. (1) for some reason, when I''d been marking the center line (horizontal) on my circles, I was drawing my line too low. I don''t know why, I mean I''d been going for the "center." (2) when I put the manga features on Crilley''s guidelines, or on the guidelines I drew next to his, I was succeeding in getting my drawings to look like real manga. Basically, his formula (feature placement) works, but you have to do it right or figure out where you are going wrong and fix the problem. I should add, while there is a formula for feature placement (and even that "formula" changes to age up/age down a character, etc), each character looks different because you draw the eyes/expression/hair in different ways.

I''m really enjoying the lessons, and mostly seeing progress. I highly recommend the book and have purchased his two subsequent books as well. I''ll review them once I''ve got a good grip on the lessons in this book and graduate to those books.
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NekoMode
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Art 101 With a Manga Flair
Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2012
Don''t let the title fool you. This is an art book first, ''how to draw'' manga-style book second. This book as a TON of useful information that other manga drawing series lack ranging from Art 101 topics like perspective and scale to basic anatomy. Even if you are... See more
Don''t let the title fool you. This is an art book first, ''how to draw'' manga-style book second.

This book as a TON of useful information that other manga drawing series lack ranging from Art 101 topics like perspective and scale to basic anatomy. Even if you are not a complete newbie it serves as a nice refreasher course and reminder, all while keeping its manga slant. Beyond the educational values of the early lessons it also has great referance material ranging from various emotions, folds in clothing, hands, feet, and even various age groups/character archtypes.

It is a great educational resource and is presented in a very fun Japanese-inspired manner. I have a collection of maybe 20 ''how to draw'' books , including a 12 book series on how to draw in a manga style specifically. If I could only recommend one book it would have to be this one. Plus if this book is not enough for you be sure to check out Mark Crilley''s YouTube channel for additional instruction.
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Emily B.
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not step by step enough for a beginner. Good when paired with videos.
Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2015
This book goes good with the videos, however it''s more of a reference guide for me. If you google "how to draw" in images, you''ll get those step by step pictures with about six steps. This book is like that, give or take some steps. If you know mark crilley... See more
This book goes good with the videos, however it''s more of a reference guide for me. If you google "how to draw" in images, you''ll get those step by step pictures with about six steps. This book is like that, give or take some steps.
If you know mark crilley from youtube, you know his videos are pretty hands on. However a book can only do so much in a short page count.
I use it at a reference when i need to compare proportions or just get a feel for art again.
This version I got for 6 or so dollars and was pretty worth it, but again you''ll need to have some knowledge. I suggest pairing the book with his videos.
What this book contains:
Step by step drawing for one kind of eye
A page of pictures of different types of eyes for reference (already drawn)
This book DOES NOT TEACH YOU HOW TO DRAW HANDS OR FEET it mearly has a page for reference for the two. It contains basic hand poses but doesn''t teach you how to draw them in any sort of way.
Step by step guides for the figures of teenage girls and boys, as well as older men and fuller figured women and toddlers( some sections don''t have male vs. female which I would''ve liked since old men look different than old women)
Step by step guides for faces front and three quarter view for teen boys, girls, old men, fuller figured women, and toddlers(again not all compare male vs. female)
Chibi step by step guides with reference sheet to chibi emotions.
Normal manga style emotions reference sheet.
Pictures on how to draw the wrinkles and folds in clothes (not step by step but pictures aided with arrows and commentary)
How to set the scene in a manga (this was a nice feature, reminding other book makers that this is how to draw MANGA as in comic book style not anime style)
How to set voice bubbles, scene boxes, sound effects, and landscaping. These aren''t step by step, but more like a page of written commentary aided by example photos.
I like this book as a reference but it doesn''t do much to actually teach. Definitely reccomend pairing with the videos.
As for the company I like the cheap price. It was shipped to me in plastic which I could just tear off. However one corner on the cover was just slightly, slightly bent.
Plus, the whole book is laminated, or at least has the feel of laminate so pencil doesn''t mark on it easily and will probably withstand a spill or two.
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Catherine
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Highly recommended for beginner artists
Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2021
This book is the first in an amazing series. All three are very necessary and useful for learning how to draw manga-style, design characters or create a comic book series. The first book is simplified compared to the next two, so more advanced drawers may only need those.... See more
This book is the first in an amazing series. All three are very necessary and useful for learning how to draw manga-style, design characters or create a comic book series. The first book is simplified compared to the next two, so more advanced drawers may only need those. However, since this one contains references for 50 different ways to draw hands and feet plus a lot about drawing clothes, it was very necessary for me! My favorite thing about these books is how they challenge the worst things manga often brings, like body shaming and lack of ethnic diversity. The books show how to draw black characters, though they are not usually featured in manga. They also show how to draw fuller-figured characters, in a way that is completely respectful. While they help you learn to draw, they also instill values that are sorely lacking for many artists. They show you how to draw action, but not gore, and they show you how to create romance, but not heavy sexual content. All in all, I highly recommend all three books.
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J. Axup
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Dull, uninspiring images, very few examples
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 13, 2019
I found the images in this book extremely dull. Also the format is basically here''s a face, one example; next page here a hand, one example; next page... There are just too few examples. Drawing advice is just common sense like how you usiall divide up a circle with lines...See more
I found the images in this book extremely dull. Also the format is basically here''s a face, one example; next page here a hand, one example; next page... There are just too few examples. Drawing advice is just common sense like how you usiall divide up a circle with lines to draw a face. The author would have better focused on something more narrow, like manga faces, then the author could have given more than just 1 male example, 1 female example.
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Amazon Customer
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not what i was hoping for
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 11, 2017
Not quite up to the expectations, its an okay book - but it is more of a follow along book rather than a how to draw book. there are some really useful reference pages on facial expression, hands etc, but there is a distinct lack of under lying construction work which will...See more
Not quite up to the expectations, its an okay book - but it is more of a follow along book rather than a how to draw book. there are some really useful reference pages on facial expression, hands etc, but there is a distinct lack of under lying construction work which will help apply what you have learned to other projects - its more of a here is a head, now draw the body,then the arms etc - there is no real help in placing markers to help understand how to then draw that character in different poses. To sum up this book would be more useful to someone who already has some idea on how to draw - it is not for the complete novice who has no idea how to draw, sure they can follow along and get good results as the information contained in the book is detailed enough, but it will not leave you with enough knowledge to create your own characters and poses easily.
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Candy
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Best book for any new artist
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 13, 2020
This book for beginners is incredible! It doesn’t just show you manga, it shows you lots of examples to practice. Like perspective images in a scene, hands in different positions, eyes and emotions. He’s even put detailed information on doing chibi as well. The people that...See more
This book for beginners is incredible! It doesn’t just show you manga, it shows you lots of examples to practice. Like perspective images in a scene, hands in different positions, eyes and emotions. He’s even put detailed information on doing chibi as well. The people that have given this a poor review really shouldn’t buy books. This is jam packed full of useful information that takes you far beyond manga
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char-lou-hap78
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Manga Mad!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 14, 2016
My 11 year old daughter is mad about manga and loves this book. She''s learnt a lot about composition and shading. Her artwork is looking fab!
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Gareth
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Amazing Book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 9, 2014
I learnt of Mark Crilley from his videos on YouTube and was blown away by how good he was at illustrating characters on paper, plus the fact he was both a published author of his own manga and Mastering manga series was by far the most appealing beginner go to book for...See more
I learnt of Mark Crilley from his videos on YouTube and was blown away by how good he was at illustrating characters on paper, plus the fact he was both a published author of his own manga and Mastering manga series was by far the most appealing beginner go to book for learning how to draw manga properly. It opens with a brief period on learning to draw eyes (a page is included detailing a lot of others eye illustration to emulate and develop your own take or twist on them, this is also included by similar pages on hair, hands, and feet) and followed immediately by drawing the entire face. It also details learning body proportions for all manners of possible characters and lessons on how to draw a fluent stride to create movement in the pages and the desired perspective to help make the drawing appear more lifelike. So far my drawings have benefited greatly from this book, as the basis of the face drawing facial placement can be transferred into fine art drawings, and bolstered my abilities in both art forms. I am working on integration between the two until I develop my own take or style on manga and illustration. This brilliant book is awarded 5 out of 5.
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Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

Mastering Manga with Mark Crilley: 30 drawing lessons from the online creator of sale Akiko online

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