Doodletopia: Manga: A Review

The world's bestselling author of drawing and cartooning books, Christopher Hart, will show you all the interactive, artistic possibilities offered by doodling, designing, and coloring using characters, scenes, and crafts from the world of manga in Doodletopia: Manga.

Unlike other doodle books that leave you stranded, with no help at all, Doodletopia: Manga pairs fun doodle-based activities with the sort of insightful (and laugh-out-loud funny) advice and tips that countless readers have come to expect from cartooning master Christopher Hart. 

From dressing up super-cute chibis to designing your own manga mazes to completing manga scenes and making manga-inspired crafts like bookmarks, stationery, and more, the opportunities for creative expression are endless. So what are you waiting for? Pick up your pencils, pens, markers, or crayons, and start doodling!


This was my first How to manga book. I really believe is one of the unique ones. Doodletopia: manga is a how to and it’s a book where you can sketch and draw in book. Hart gives you spaces where you can practice or continue drawing what he has set up. Also there is extras like bits of stationary you can take out and write on. Or you can also illustrate your own bookmarks, which I love.

My one downside is I’ve seen a couple how to draw manga and I feel none of them really break it down in to extremely simple steps. This book included, it’s definitely a very fun and cute book. It adds more then just humans. It goes into chibis and cute little animals. It is also a very fun read.      

If your interested in this or any of Christopher Harts work or future work. You can check out his website.

I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.



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