Hello and welcome to my Quick Manga Character Kit!
This resource is laid out so that it can be printed off and put together as a booklet.
The aim is to get your students drawing and designing their own original Manga characters by teaching them the basics of drawing faces and bodies, giving them some examples for inspiration and providing some templates for them to try creating their own characters quickly.
Suitable for: 9yrs+ reading level, keen artists/storytellers
Type of activity: Drawing, design
Aim of the activity: Drawing ability, imagination, character creation
Pencils (to start)
Printer for printing out templates
Either traditional media (pens, markers, paints) or digital media (scanner, art software, tablet computer with pen stylus) if you want to the activity to end with finished illustrations
8 x A4 pages in total (7 for teaching, 1 page of templates for printing/drawing over)
Download the Quick Manga Character Kit Activity Sheet here
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