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Books with author Katy Coope

  • How To Draw Manga

    Katy Coope

    Paperback (Tangerine Press, July 1, 2002)
    Edgy Janpanese manga style of art jumps off the pages of this dynamic step-by-step drawing book written and illustrated bu a manga super-fan, teenage Katy Coope.Sixteen-year-old author and illustrator Katy Coope has turned her love of Japanese comic art into a super-cool, step-by-step process for kids. Easy-to-follow with its oversized format and accessible text and pictures, this how-to-draw book will find an audience with fans of anime, manga, and all building comic-book artists. Includes chapters on Getting Started, Faces, Expressions, Bodies, Finishing Touches, and Materials.
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  • How To Draw More Manga

    Katy Coope

    Paperback (Tangerine Press, Nov. 1, 2004)
    Teen author and illustrator Katy Coope turned her love of Japanese comic art into a super-cool, step-by-step process for kids. Easy-to-follow with an oversized format and accessible text and pictures, this how-to-draw book will find an audience with fans of anime, manga, and all budding comic-book artists. Includes chapters on how to draw Faces, Expressions, and Bodies for people as well as animals-with special tips on adding and using color.
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  • How to Draw More Manga

    Katy Coope

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, Nov. 1, 2004)
    Teen author and illustrator Coope turned her love of Japanese comic art into a super-cool, step-by-step process for kids. Easy-to-follow with an oversized format and accessible text and pictures, this how-to-draw book will find an audience with fans of anime, manga, and all budding comic-book artists.
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  • How To Make Manga Characters

    Katy Coope

    Paperback (Collins Educational, Sept. 1, 2008)
    Have you ever wondered how to draw your favourite manga character, or design a character of your own? Manga artist Katie Coope shows you how, step by step. Use this book to create your own manga hero or heroine – their adventures start here!• Diamond/ Band 17 books offer more complex, underlying themes to give opportunities for children to understand causes and points of view.• A mind map on pages 54 and 55 helps children recap all the different things to think about when drawing their own manga characters.• Text type: An instruction book.• Curriculum links: Art and Design.
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  • How To Draw More Manga

    Katy Coope

    Library Binding (Turtleback Books, Nov. 1, 2004)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY.
  • Dibujar Manga

    Katy Coope

    Paperback (Redbook Ediciones, April 1, 2007)
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  • In the Game

    Katy Coope

    Paperback (HarperCollins UK, Jan. 1, 2012)
    Dan and Sara are bored. There’s nothing to do in their town, so they’re sitting in the park and playing a computer game – but little do they know what adventures are happening right behind them … This Manga graphic novel is written and energetically illustrated by author Katy Coope. • Collins Big Cat Progress builds confidence, helping struggling pupils not only to read, but to love reading• Dual-banded books provide age-appropriate interest level material matched with a lower reading ability level• Every book is levelled by reading expert Cliff Moon to ensure precise, systematic, measurable progression to help close the ability gap• The books use a range of reading strategies: phonic, graphic, syntactic and contextual to build confident, accurate, fluent readers• Designed to build speaking and listening skills, as well as reading skills, the books are highly visual and include incredible illustrations and photographs• Every book has a Key Stage 2 look-and-feel to engage older pupils and avoid stigmatisation• Topics are relevant for children in years 3-6 and connected to the curriculum and framework objectives for these years to support inclusion• Progress titles contain a Reader Response page to encourage the pupil to respond to and recall what they have read. This offers an ideal opportunity to check comprehension• Ideas for Reading, written by primary literacy expert Gill Howell are included in the back of every book to help you support the reading needs of each child
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  • How to Draw More Manga

    Katy Coope

    Library Binding (Paw Prints 2008-05-09, May 9, 2008)
    In this sequel to the popular How To Draw Manga, teen author Katy Coope provides even more dynamic step-by-step drawing tips for the edgy, popular art style of manga.Teen author and illustrator Katy Coope turned her love of Japanese comic art into a super-cool, step-by-step process for kids. Easy-to-follow with an oversized format and accessible text and pictures, this how-to-draw book will find an audience with fans of anime, manga, and all budding comic-book artists. Includes chapters on how to draw Faces, Expressions, and Bodies for people as well as animals-with special tips on adding and using color.
  • Art of Manga: A Step-By-Step Guide

    Katy Coope

    School & Library Binding (Tandem Library, July 16, 2002)
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  • How to draw manga

    Katy Coope

    Paperback (Unknown, Jan. 1, 2010)
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  • How To Make Manga Characters

    Katy Coope

    Paperback (HarperCollins UK, March 15, 1854)
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  • How to Draw More MangaHOW TO DRAW MORE MANGA by Coope, Katy

    Katy Coope

    Paperback (Tangerine Pr, Aug. 16, 2003)
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