The hobby of more writers and illustrators to draw manga led to the magazine Weekly Shonen Jump to publish his first guide to guide anyone to draw and write these types of stories.
According to the magazine’s official site, the book titled “I want to draw!“Questions that always come up when drawing manga, how to overcome obstacles when you cannot draw, the conception and formulation of ideas, tips on digital and analog drawing, the basics of choosing drawing materials and other aspects that go beyond theory.
The book also contains personal advice from more than 50 mangakas whose works have been published in the Weekly Shonen Jump. So you can expect to find some pearls of wisdom left behind by authors like Gege Akutami. (Jujutsu Kaisen), Eiichiro Oda (One Piece) Tite Kubo (Bleach), Koyoharu Gotoge (Kimetsu no Yaiba) y 46 authors plus.
Released in April / May!
“I want to draw !! I believe
How to draw a manga that Shonen Jump really wants to convey ”
Weekly Shonen Jump editorial department made it seriously
“From a place I don’t know anything
A book for “writing manga happily and getting better”
— Shonen Jump Editorial Department (@jump_henshubu) April 2, 2021
The book It went on sale on April 5 and is available for a price of 990 yen ($ 182 Mexican pesos), although as you can imagine at this time it is only available in its original language.
Drawing and writing manga series is no longer an exclusive to Japan and the same publisher knows it, after all a few months ago it was carried out the Tezuka Manga Contest International to choose the best amateur manga with a large number of participants. So with this in mind Shueisha publishers should consider adapting the book in other languages.
With information from: Shonen Jump
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