Draw More Furries -

How to Create Anthropomorphic Fantasy Creatures

This follow-up book to Draw Furries is packed with more fantastic furries and scalies to draw!

This book shows readers how to create anthropomorphic characters (animals with humanlike characteristics) that effectively convey various personalities, combining elements of people with those of furry (or feathered or scaled) animals, reptiles and mythical creatures.

Digital Manga Workshop

Learn anatomy, facial expressions, poses, costumes, coloring and more!

  • Publisher: Impact Books
  • ISBN-13: 978-1440314735
  • November 23, 2012
  • Color, 128 pages
  • Signed by the authors

$22.99

 

Collector Bundle (Book + Original Art):

The Collector Bundle includes the Draw More Furries book, plus a signed piece of original art from Draw Furries or Draw More Furries! Selected at random, but I'll do my best to pick something I think you'll like. :)

$30.00



Digital Manga Workshop

Draw Furries -

How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animals

What do you get when you cross a human with a horse (or a hamster, or a hummingbird)? You get any one of a number of fun anthropomorphic animals, also known as “furries” to their friends. From facial expressions to creative coloring, this book contains all the know-how you need to create anthropomorphic cat, dog, horse, rodent and bird characters.

Step by step, you’ll learn how to:

  • Draw species-appropriate tails, eyes, wings and other fun details
  • Give your characters clothes, poses and personalities
  • Create the perfect backgrounds for your furry antics - with two start-to-finish demonstrations showing how

Digital Manga Workshop

Example pages from the book.

  • Publisher: Impact Books
  • ISBN-13: 978-1600614170
  • December 10, 2009
  • Color, 128 pages
  • Signed by the authors

$22.99

 


Digital Manga Workshop

Digital Manga Workshop

A 160-page full-color guide for both beginner and advanced artists interested in creating digital anime/manga-style artwork. We walk you through the entire process from initial rough sketches to finished color image, step-by-step.

Learn how to achieve smooth, detailed line art directly on screen, recreate the appearance of traditional animation with cel-art techniques, and achieve a soft, dreamy, or traditional look with airbrush, watercolor, and painting tools. Recommended for users of Painter 6.0 and Photoshop 6.5 and above.

Digital Manga Workshop

Example pages from the book.

 

  • Publisher: Harper Design
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060751609
  • Published July 26, 2005
  • Color, 160 pages

 

 


Mangaka America

Mangaka America

148 full-color pages of art, interviews and tutorials providing insight into the artistic process of 12 artists including Jared Hodges and Lindsay Cibos, Rivkah (Steady Beat), Tania del Rio (Sabrina), Ms,Shatia Hamilton, Svetlana Chmakova (Dramacon), Amy Kim Ganter (Sorcerors and Secretaries) M. Alice LeGrow (Bizenghast), Christy Lijewski (Re:Play), Jesse Philips, Corey Lewis (SharkKnife) and Felipe Smith (MBQ), with foreword written by Adam Warren.

Each artist in the book covers a different topic for their tutorial. Jared and I focused on digital screen toning technique. Other artists cover digital and traditional inking, coloring, character creation, and the creative process in general. Recommended for fans of the North American manga artist movement!

Digital Manga Workshop

Example pages from the book.

 

  • Publisher: Collins Design
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061137693
  • Published October 31, 2006
  • Color, 148 pages