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Manga zeichnen, leicht gemacht, Bd.1, Die Grundlagen des Charakter-DesignsBd. 1
How to Draw Manga, Volume 20: Female Characters by Hikaru HayashiBd. 2
Illustrating Battles by Hikaru HayashiBd. 3
Manga zeichnen, leicht gemacht, Bd.4, Die Grundlagen der Zeichnentechnik: Zeichentechnik-Aufbaukurs vom Anfänger zum FortgeschrittenenBd. 4
How to Draw Manga, Volume 21: Bishoujo Pretty Gals by Hikaru HayashiBd. 5
Manga zeichnen, leicht gemacht, Bd.6, Komposition-Anwendungen und ÜbungenBd. 6
Bodies and Anatomy by Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesBd. 7
Manga zeichnen, leicht gemacht, Bd.8 : Bishoujo - rund um die WeltBd. 8

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