How To Draw: Kawaii
Publisher Search Press
Format BC Paperback
Dimensions 216mm x 292mm
Page Extent 32
Pub Date April 2020
Kawaii is a Japanese word meaning ‘super-cute’, and it’s a trend that’s sweeping the globe. Anything can be drawn in the kawaii style, from animals, people, vegetables and flowers to food, vehicles and household items. Here, expert comic book and manga artist Yishan Li shows you how to achieve amazingly adorable drawings in just a few simple steps. Draw the cutest rabbit you’ve ever seen, or turn a car into a cute and cuddly character complete with eyes and a smiley mouth. Even a vacuum cleaner and a television set are brought to life in kawaii style. There are 28 different drawings to choose from, all full of personality and bubbling over with charm. Each one is developed in 8 easy stages from a rough sketch of the basic shapes through to the finished, coloured drawing, making this book suitable for adults and children of all ages and abilities.
About the Author
Yishan Li is a professional Manga artist who lives in Shanghai. Yishan has been drawing Manga since 1998 when she was in high school and she has subsequently been published internationally including China, North America, France and the UK.
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Reeves Heavy Weight Drawing Paper is a medium tooth cartridge paper ideal for all drawing applications.
Featuring a handy pocket clip, with a hard wearing, superfine plastic nib for durability - this marker is ideal for all types of permanent marking where a fine line is required, such as shelf labelling, marking the spines of plastic files etc.
Ideal for space efficient storing of multiple artworks while drying.
The colour palette of Derwent Drawing pencils takes you right back to nature. These coloured pencils are rich. The soft texture and the extra wide colour strip will be a big help when trying to build up dense fur or feathers in drawings of animals.