How to Draw and sell Comics Get Rabate

How to Draw and sell Comics Get Rabate
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Title : How to Draw and sell Comics
ASIN : B005HKP738
Description : Discover how to create great comic strips and make a career out of doing it.

Packed with superb illustrations by industry professionals, this comprehensive book takes you step by step through the entire process – from initial idea to final printed page.

  • Develop dynamic characters: discover where to find inspiration; how to simplify the figure; how to render movement, body language, and facial expressions
  • Understand comic book storytelling conventions and find out how to pace your story, lay out the page, and add dialogue and sound effects
  • Learn techniques for penciling, inking, and coloring – by hand or computer – and how to apply these to different genres, from newspaper strips to graphic novels
  • Features essential information on going pro, including pitching to editors, working to a brief, setting up your own magazine, budgeting, and copyright issues

    How to Draw and sell Comics
    List Price : $22.99
    Price : $9.20
    Saved Price : $13.79

    Category: Cartooning
    Brand: IMPACT
    Item Page Detail URL : link
    Rating : 4.8
    Rating : 4
    Review : One book, two editions, many uses
    I bought two books with this title: McKenzie’s original (used, hardcover); and McKenzie’s third edition (new, paperback). Either would be a very good resource for an aspiring cartoonist (or manga-ka). The third edition includes an expanded history of comics section, covering what happened since the first publication date. The newer book also has a new layout. For me, the best feature of the newer edition was the updated graphics, particularly the illustration of a typical 32-page American comic. The older book appeals to me more, probably because I remember quite a few of the historical comics used as examples. The older of the two editions also focuses on the black-on-white styles of older American comics: making it a source of information and inspiration for manga-ka wannabes like me, who want to fuse Eastern and Western graphic styles (think Cowboy BeeBop meets Flash Gordon).

    Both books introduce traditional pigment-on-paper graphic techniques and materials, and give a…

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