As Saturday AM books begin to roll out there is one in particular that is a huge deal for us – our first ever HOW TO DRAW BOOK!
This project was no small feat; it was due to the combined efforts of our amazing staff that this book came to fruition.
Editor: Frederick I. Jones
Design and Page Layout: Mitch Proctor
Cover Image: Odunze Oguguo, Issaka Galadima, Jonathan Mullins, JR De Bard, Oscar Fong, Morganne Walker, Mitch Proctor, Raymond Brown, Fred Tornager
Photography: Raymond Brown, Jonathan Mullins, Mitch Proctor
Illustration: Odunze Oguguo, Issaka Galadima, Jonathan Mullins, JR De Bard, Oscar Fong, Morganne Walker, Mitch Proctor, Raymond Brown, Fred Tornager, Venus Bambisa, Pap Souleye Fa. Andrea “Seny” Doney, Huzayfa ‘Zayf’ Umar, Goeffrey Jean Louis, Genji Otori
Text: Frederick L. Jones, Odunze Oguguo, Jonathan Mullins, JR De Bard, Oscar Fong, Morganne Walker, Issaka Galadima, Mitch Proctor, Andrea “Seny” Doney
This books provides the reader step-by-step guidance for:
- Faces, features, and expressions
- bodies, proportions, and body positivity
- Hair, including Afros, braids, and waves
- Developing characters design through the language of shape, silhouette, and color schemes
- Avoiding stereotypes and caricatures
This book is perfect for beginning to intermediate manga and anime artists, character designers, fantasy illustrators, animators, and cartoonists, Saturday AM Presents How to Draw Diverse Manga offers an insider’s point of view and expertise on how to design and draw authentic manga characters that reflect diverse identities and backgrounds.