"The number one fashion workshop for shojo manga now brings you boys!
Guys take center stage in the latest edition of this best-selling workshop. With the same focus on styles and looks, you'll learn how to build a diverse cast of male characters that are distinctive and memorable--from the hair on their heads to the shoes on their feet. All your favorite topics are covered!
By making strategic choices for body type, facial expression and clothing, you can create characters that make a statement before even uttering a word."
Publisher: Impact (September 2014)
"What you wear (and how you wear it) reveals as much about you as what you say and do. Same goes for the characters you create. This book will help you visualize what's in their closets, from t-shirts and sleepwear to work clothes and school uniforms. With Shojo Fashion Manga Art School, Year 2 whatever the scenario - from bumming around the house to high-styling at prom - you'll have a wardrobe full of options for dressing your characters with style and personality.
A fashionable follow-up to the bestselling Shojo Fashion Manga Art School, this book will help you create an endless variety of current, cutting-edge looks. Use it to give your favorite characters attitude, and inject more expression into your stories."
- North Light Books
Publisher: Impact (April 2012)
"Create fabulous shojo manga clothing and characters with different looks, primarily in pencil and ink. Loaded with techniques and tips, this book demonstrates the Japanese comic-book practices of stylized proportions, clean lines and contrast between black and white, with some finished art in colour.
It covers basic techniques; heads, including eyes, noses, mouths, ears, skin tones, makeup, hair and facial expressions; bodies; clothes and accessories; different looks; as well as, step-by-step chapters on putting it all together to create specific looks and cool settings."
- North Light Books
Publisher: Impact (November 2009)
"The idea may be derived from anything really - a flash of sunlight, the tilt of a head, a glass on the table...but the sketch is where it all begins, the point where inspiration meets artist. Gloriously free of the need to get it "right," the sketch is where possibilities are explored, compositions are found, and visions come to life.
A brilliant follow-up to the first Sketchbook Confidential, this book grants you access to 38 of art's most creative minds via their sketchbooks. Whether created in studios, subways or the middle of a farmyard, these sketches represent art in its raw form. Up until now, this work has been tucked inside drawers or on studio bookshelves. Now the artists lay it out for all to see, along with intimate musings on the art of sketching and how it helps them commune with a subject, find their path to a finished piece or discover even greater rewards in the journey itself."
Publisher: North Light Books (June 2012)
"In his introduction, Campos (1,000 Ideas for Graffiti and Street Art ) argues that manga ought to be considered a philosophy more than a genre, and the book's format reflects this broad view.
This inspirational reference presents short interviews with and sample artwork from 100 different artists from Japan and around the world who either work in manga formats themselves or have been strongly influenced by manga art. Campos includes an unusual variety of styles via the 1000 illustrations, which flow well in dynamic layouts. Because the interviews discuss creativity generally, this title can be helpful to many types of readers."
- Library Journal
Publisher: Rockport Publishers (October 2011)
"The race is on for Maeve, Aiden and Devin to find a way to trick Sylne into betraying herself, but without Veril around, their efforts might be futile.
Junael adds a formidable and highly knowledgeable component to the odd team, but even his advice and skill may not be enough. As a newly licensed and still inexperienced demon, Maeve and her magical skills may be their best hope."
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: TokyoPop (July 7, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5 inches
"Maeve is a fledgling succubus, a demon newly licensed in the art of seduction and destruction. Unfortunately, the one person she never wanted to hurt has been marked as her first target. Now Maeve has a choice to make: is saving the life of someone important to her worth breaking demon law?
With a mysterious boy trailing Maeve, Veril too busy with his own demonic tasks to watch over his heartsick student, and witchy Sandra back in the picture, life is difficult enough already! Not to mention with Sylne waiting in the shadows for her former protege to step one toe out of line, any attempt to try to circumvent the Rules may leave both Maeve and Aiden with very little chance of survival!"
"For a succubus, love can be a real nightmare...
Maeve, a succubus-in-training, is sent to the human world to learn how to hone her skills of seduction. But things get complicated when she sets her sights on Aiden, a smart but unmotivated student at her new high school.
Meanwhile, the head succubus of the Demon World has sent a spy to make sure Maeve doesn’t step out of line. But between Aiden’s witchy girlfriend, his nutty best friend, biology class, and Demon World conspiracies, Maeve is going to be lucky to make it out of High School alive!"
Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: TokyoPop (November 8, 2005)
Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 5 inches