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by Hikaru Hayashi


This book does not show you how to draw pretty girls; rather it is a book for those who already know how to draw . It's called "More about Pretty Gals", implying that you have already learned about pretty girls and seek more information.

This book does not show you how to draw pretty girls; rather it is a book for those who already know how to draw them. There is a very useful series on a comparison between the adult and girlish figure, a page at the end of each chapter. However, there is nudity (you will see nipples) and many shots from underneath a short skirt so that you can get a good view of the underwear. Reading this before reading How to Draw Manga: BISHOUJO Pretty Gals is like skipping a very crucial step; not recommended.

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How to Draw Manga : More about Pretty Gals. This book shows the techniques for drawing charming feminine characters and fully explains a woman's range of poses and the expression of the bodyline. Book in the How To Draw Manga Series).

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This book shows the techniques for drawing charming feminine characters and fully explains a woman's range of poses and the expression of the bodyline. Also, clothes, accessories, make-up, and various other materials and how they rest on the body are thoroughly explained.

How To Draw Manga Volume 31: More About Pretty Gals (v. 31) epub download

ISBN13: 978-4766112429

ISBN: 4766112423

Author: Hikaru Hayashi

Category: Graphic Novels

Subcategory: How To Create Comics & Manga

Language: English

Publisher: Graphic-Sha (August 25, 2003)

Pages: 128 pages

ePUB size: 1260 kb

FB2 size: 1339 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 121

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felt boot
Shipping: a regular shipping was used and it took about a week (counting the weekend days).

This one is a used book. However, except for worn out cover along the top edge, the rest of the book is practically new. :)

There are 5 chapters: (1) Roundness and curves; (2) See-through garments and suggesting the body under clothing; (3) Accentuating particular body parts; (4) Attention-getting poses and situations; (5) Learn from the pros.

Hikaru Hayashi spends quite a number of pages going over the characteristics of various clothes. For example, there is a difference between a girl wearing a t-shirt with and without brassieres; their outlines are different. Another example, there is a difference between a heavy-weight rubber body suit and a light-weight rubber body suit; the heavier suit results in less contoured breasts because it puts more pressure on the chest. The key point is to pay attention to how to render different clothing materials and types.

One word of caution: this is not a book for those who are not familiar with figure drawing. Someone with a first-hand experience in figure drawing is more likely to absorb the details covered in this book. If you are not familiar with figure drawing, then learn figure drawing first.

04/08/2014: A few of pages in this book contains mature themes like chains, lingeries, leather/latex/rubber suits, plus a little bit of nudity. However, they are instruction-oriented and none of them have pornographic contents in any way.
felt boot
Shipping: a regular shipping was used and it took about a week (counting the weekend days).

This one is a used book. However, except for worn out cover along the top edge, the rest of the book is practically new. :)

There are 5 chapters: (1) Roundness and curves; (2) See-through garments and suggesting the body under clothing; (3) Accentuating particular body parts; (4) Attention-getting poses and situations; (5) Learn from the pros.

Hikaru Hayashi spends quite a number of pages going over the characteristics of various clothes. For example, there is a difference between a girl wearing a t-shirt with and without brassieres; their outlines are different. Another example, there is a difference between a heavy-weight rubber body suit and a light-weight rubber body suit; the heavier suit results in less contoured breasts because it puts more pressure on the chest. The key point is to pay attention to how to render different clothing materials and types.

One word of caution: this is not a book for those who are not familiar with figure drawing. Someone with a first-hand experience in figure drawing is more likely to absorb the details covered in this book. If you are not familiar with figure drawing, then learn figure drawing first.

04/08/2014: A few of pages in this book contains mature themes like chains, lingeries, leather/latex/rubber suits, plus a little bit of nudity. However, they are instruction-oriented and none of them have pornographic contents in any way.
MrCat
This is a good book it has a lot of information and idea's. Like some other reviews have said this is not for kids it not pornographic but it does show the female body pretty well. I could definitely see even a high-school student getting in trouble for having this at school.
MrCat
This is a good book it has a lot of information and idea's. Like some other reviews have said this is not for kids it not pornographic but it does show the female body pretty well. I could definitely see even a high-school student getting in trouble for having this at school.
Vivados
Nice
Vivados
Nice
Kulalas
As advertised and timely shipping
Kulalas
As advertised and timely shipping
Tantil
Awesome
Tantil
Awesome
Arlana
This is not my favorite of Hikaru Hayashi's manga drawings books. It has a small section on shoes that's okay - but other than that - not great. Lots of nudity and some unneeded, poor quality drawings of a erotic nature as well. I wouldn't buy this one again.
Arlana
This is not my favorite of Hikaru Hayashi's manga drawings books. It has a small section on shoes that's okay - but other than that - not great. Lots of nudity and some unneeded, poor quality drawings of a erotic nature as well. I wouldn't buy this one again.
Throw her heart
As the cover suggests, this book has a very mature theme. This book does not show you how to draw pretty girls; rather it is a book for those who already know how to draw them. There is a very useful series on a comparison between the adult and girlish figure, a page at the end of each chapter. However, there is nudity (you will see nipples) and many shots from underneath a short skirt so that you can get a good view of the underwear. Like the other titles in the how to draw manga series, this is a high quality book, with an excellent translation job and great pictures. This is not a step by step book.
This book has five chapters:
1. Roundness and Curves: A short chapter on presenting a female character in an alluring way.
2. See-through Garments and Suggesting the Body Under Clothing: Pretty much what the title suggests, this long chapter covers all sorts of materials and how they appear on the body. This section covers a detailed section on how to express transparent clothing with screen tones, or wet clothes clinging to the body. It also has some odd things like wrapping the body in ribbon, and oiled or metallic skin. The fetish and bondage fashions aren't so bad, just weird. The best part is that they show you materials like leather, rubber and stretch, and how to draw them on the body.
3. Accentuating Particular Body Parts: Starting with a sexy picture of a gorgeous manga girl titled: women are beauty incarnate; this section goes through all the parts of the body and how to express them with their own particular accessories.( Hands, arms, the nape, the back, feet etc..) This is my favorite part!
4. Attention-getting Poses and Situations: Goes through all sorts of poses and ideas for drawing characters in striking ways. This part covers jumping over fences, kissing or biting things, putting on make-up, etc. There is, of course, a part on the ever popular sailor suit, and its styles. Also, a not so useful part on what to wear under a bathing suit is also included.
5. Learn From the Pros: This last chapter has four complete artworks with a commentary and the rough sketch included. They are not cutesy pictures, but I like them al the same. The FETISH FRIENDS picture is beautifully drawn despite its controversial theme. It is a picture of two girls, one girl with her hand on the other girl's nude breast both of them with veeeery happy expressions on their faces, if you know what I mean.
This book is for advanced artists. If you don't get any use from it immediately, it will come in handy in the future as your skill improves.
Throw her heart
As the cover suggests, this book has a very mature theme. This book does not show you how to draw pretty girls; rather it is a book for those who already know how to draw them. There is a very useful series on a comparison between the adult and girlish figure, a page at the end of each chapter. However, there is nudity (you will see nipples) and many shots from underneath a short skirt so that you can get a good view of the underwear. Like the other titles in the how to draw manga series, this is a high quality book, with an excellent translation job and great pictures. This is not a step by step book.
This book has five chapters:
1. Roundness and Curves: A short chapter on presenting a female character in an alluring way.
2. See-through Garments and Suggesting the Body Under Clothing: Pretty much what the title suggests, this long chapter covers all sorts of materials and how they appear on the body. This section covers a detailed section on how to express transparent clothing with screen tones, or wet clothes clinging to the body. It also has some odd things like wrapping the body in ribbon, and oiled or metallic skin. The fetish and bondage fashions aren't so bad, just weird. The best part is that they show you materials like leather, rubber and stretch, and how to draw them on the body.
3. Accentuating Particular Body Parts: Starting with a sexy picture of a gorgeous manga girl titled: women are beauty incarnate; this section goes through all the parts of the body and how to express them with their own particular accessories.( Hands, arms, the nape, the back, feet etc..) This is my favorite part!
4. Attention-getting Poses and Situations: Goes through all sorts of poses and ideas for drawing characters in striking ways. This part covers jumping over fences, kissing or biting things, putting on make-up, etc. There is, of course, a part on the ever popular sailor suit, and its styles. Also, a not so useful part on what to wear under a bathing suit is also included.
5. Learn From the Pros: This last chapter has four complete artworks with a commentary and the rough sketch included. They are not cutesy pictures, but I like them al the same. The FETISH FRIENDS picture is beautifully drawn despite its controversial theme. It is a picture of two girls, one girl with her hand on the other girl's nude breast both of them with veeeery happy expressions on their faces, if you know what I mean.
This book is for advanced artists. If you don't get any use from it immediately, it will come in handy in the future as your skill improves.
First of all, this is an excellent resource, and if drawing beautiful and alluring women is what you wish to accomplish, this is a must have book. The rest of this review is dedicated to addressing the complaints that have been levied against this book.

First, some have complained that this book doesn't do enough to teach how to start. This is because this book is not meant for beginning artists. It's called "More about Pretty Gals", implying that you have already learned about pretty girls and seek more information. Reading this before reading How to Draw Manga: BISHOUJO * Pretty Gals is like skipping a very crucial step; not recommended.

Second, many have complained that this book shows "too much" of the female anatomy, essentially amounting to fan service. The only complaint that should ever be levied against an art book, especially one dealing with anatomy, is that it shows TOO LITTLE. It is crucial that an artist knows every corner of the human anatomy, otherwise you're likely to make huge mistakes when rendering the body. If you can't take seeing a woman in bondage gear, or seeing a woman clinging to another woman (both of which are good lessons for clothing and physical character interactions), then perhaps you are not quite mature enough to handle detailed female anatomy. (Also, shouldn't looking at the cover be a good enough reference to judge the rest of the book? How could the contents surprise you?)

I didn't find a bit of this book that wasn't useful. Showing women clothed in different material was very helpful, and also, the sections which focused on specific parts of the female body was helpful to me, especial the parts on rendering hands and the back. I highly recommend this book to any artist who wishes to render attractive women and is mature enough to handle it.
First of all, this is an excellent resource, and if drawing beautiful and alluring women is what you wish to accomplish, this is a must have book. The rest of this review is dedicated to addressing the complaints that have been levied against this book.

First, some have complained that this book doesn't do enough to teach how to start. This is because this book is not meant for beginning artists. It's called "More about Pretty Gals", implying that you have already learned about pretty girls and seek more information. Reading this before reading How to Draw Manga: BISHOUJO * Pretty Gals is like skipping a very crucial step; not recommended.

Second, many have complained that this book shows "too much" of the female anatomy, essentially amounting to fan service. The only complaint that should ever be levied against an art book, especially one dealing with anatomy, is that it shows TOO LITTLE. It is crucial that an artist knows every corner of the human anatomy, otherwise you're likely to make huge mistakes when rendering the body. If you can't take seeing a woman in bondage gear, or seeing a woman clinging to another woman (both of which are good lessons for clothing and physical character interactions), then perhaps you are not quite mature enough to handle detailed female anatomy. (Also, shouldn't looking at the cover be a good enough reference to judge the rest of the book? How could the contents surprise you?)

I didn't find a bit of this book that wasn't useful. Showing women clothed in different material was very helpful, and also, the sections which focused on specific parts of the female body was helpful to me, especial the parts on rendering hands and the back. I highly recommend this book to any artist who wishes to render attractive women and is mature enough to handle it.