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    How To Survive Life With Drawing Illustration

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    Katsuya Terada talks about how to make a living as an illustrator!

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    Katsuya Terada talks about how to make a living as an illustrator!
    This book talks about how Katsuya Terada, who has spent more than 30 years as a freelance illustrator, thinks, draws, and makes a living. Featuring plenty of illustrations, including how to improve drawing skills. This is the definitive edition of “TeraKatsu”-style illustration theory!

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    Sold: Complex Chinese

    Selling Points
    ・Katsuya Terada, whose career as a freelancer spans 30 years, tells how
    ・Offers tips on how to make a living for people who want to work in illustration
    ・A must-have book for Katsuya Terada fans
    • Size:210mm×148mm
    • Pages:312 Pages (88 Page in Color)
    • Binding:Softbound
    • Publisher:PIE International
    • Language:Japanese
    • ISBN:978-4-7562-4507-6 C0079
    • Author:Katsuya Terada

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    *Only Available in Asia/Oceania

    【Artist Profile】
    Katsuya Terada, a.k.a. Rakugakingu (or Doodle King) is a Japanese illustrator who is well-known in the US for his work related to Ironman and Hellboy. He likes to doodle a little everywhere he goes and has done many live drawing events where he absorbs himself in drawing on walls. What is amazing is that he does this without doing any rough drafts. Each of his drawings is done in one shot. His drawing style is heavily influenced by Moebius and Katsuhiro Otomo. Terada is a versatile genius who has worked in many fields ranging from manga and anime to live-action film and character design. His notable works in character design are Blood: The Last Vampire and Virtua Fighter.


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