Gothic Lolitas

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Search Press, Limited, 2010 - Art - 175 pages
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By employing stunning art and step-by-step instructions, this visual guide shows aspiring manga artists how to create lifelike female characters, from the initial geometric shapes through the finished image. Drawing inspiration from Victorian and Edwardian styles of dress, the gothic Lolita style this reference employs is shown in a clear, instructive, and easy-to-visualize fashion. Each instructional lesson begins with a series of geometric shapes and each eventual character is developed in a manner that builds confidence and skills, making this an ideal resource for beginners and those with an interest in manga who want to hone their abilities.

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This is an awsome book. Unlike "Gothic Lolita Punk: Draw Like the Hottest Japanese Artists", this book actually teaches you how to draw your gothic lolitas types step-by-step. Also, the book is damn pocket size too.

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User Review  - Ben Lovegrove - Goodreads

Got this in a discount shop for £1.99. It seems to cover most of the different fashions, there is a pirate and a cheerleader (the one that looks most like Emilie Autumn). Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Sergio Guinot is an illustrator specializing in manga.

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