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Author Espinosa, Rod.

Title How to draw chibi / text and layout, Rod Espinosa, Robert Acosta ; cover, David Hutchison ; art contributions, Ben Dunn [and others] ; editing, Robert Acosta, Doug Dlin.

Publication Info. San Antonio, TX : Antarctic Press, [2005]
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Description 140 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Note "Art contributions: Ben Dunn, David Hutchison, Joseph Wight, John Kantz."
At head of title: AP Entertainment.
Contents Introduction -- Let's draw chibi! -- Facial expressions and poses -- Costumes -- Variations of chibi -- Mini props -- Tips for getting into comics.
Summary An art manual for drawing chibi, a popular art technique involving shrinking Japanese manga characters into "super-deformed" (SD) and "small-bodied" child- or infant-sized versions of themselves in comic book stories.
Subject Comic books, strips, etc. -- Japan -- Technique.
Drawing -- Technique.
Figure drawing -- Technique.
Cartooning -- Japan -- Technique.
Caricatures and cartoons -- Technique.
Comic books, strips, etc. -- Technique.
Cartooning -- Technique.
Comic strip characters -- Japan -- Technique.
Drawing -- Study and teaching.
Children in art.
Local Subject MANGA -- TECHNIQUE
Added Author Acosta, Robert.
Hutchison, David.
Dunn, Ben.
Dlin, Doug.
Wight, Joseph.
Kantz, John.
Added Title Chibi
ISBN 1932453881 (pbk.)
Standard No. 610721080276
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