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Mean-looking Manga at Museum of Civilization for summer 2011
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Several telling pieces from Japan’s Edo era, traditions and innovations at the Museum of Civilization Japan Tradition Innovation Exhibition!
Here we have a manga drawing by Rumiko Takahashi which inspired the Inu Yasha television series and ran for several years between 2000 and 2010. Such great looks, creativity and action figures !
There are plenty of manga comics to see, peruse or read in one area of the exhibit, for all ages !!
Be sure to see the evolution of innovative robots at the Museum of Civilization Japan Tradition Innovation Exhibition! The Museum faces Parliament across the Ottawa River. The Exhibit opened Friday, May 20, 2011 and runs (at times with Asimo) until October 10, 2011
If you are in Ottawa or Gatineau on Thursday, June 2, 2011, be sure to hear the Canadian Museum of Civilization Curator, Alan Elder tell some some amazing stories regarding the Japan Innovation Tradition Exhibit, as he plans to give a curatorial tour on that Thursday, June 2, 2011
Subaru and Toshiba organizations also sponsored this highly collaborative Japan Exhibit of the Museum.
Question by Kizyleh: does anybody knwo of any great how to draw manga or anime websites?
i am trying to further my expieriance in drawing manga and anime, and i wanted to leard to draw dif. types and dif people perspectives. can anyone help?
Answer by Minnid619
There are three websites that i know that are my favourite, in which i learned manga and there all free too, and no downloading:
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