How to Draw Cartoons for Comic Strips

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.

ISBN: 9780823023530

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 2166

Shows how to draw cartoon people, dogs, cats, and birds, explains how to make animals act like people, and discusses composition, dialogue balloons, and layout

How to Draw Cartoons for Comic Strips

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Random House LLC

ISBN: 9780823023530

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 5454

Shows how to draw cartoon people, dogs, cats, and birds, explains how to make animals act like people, and discusses composition, dialogue balloons, and layout

Drawing on the Funny Side of the Brain

How to Come Up with Jokes for Cartoons and Comic Strips

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780823013814

Category: Art

Page: 159

View: 5167

"Hart analyzes joke construction and phrasing, and explains how to best set up a joke. He discusses humorous illustrating techniques and also advises readers on what methods to avoid. Rounding out the book is a section on selling your work and getting published that lists addresses for all the major comic strip syndicates in the country and their basic guidelines for strip submission." --Cover.

How to Draw

Author: Bruce Blitz

Publisher: Walter Foster Pub

ISBN: 9781560100997

Category: Art

Page: 48

View: 8696

Learn to Draw Comics

Author: George Leonard Carlson

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486163407

Category: Art

Page: 64

View: 6689

This user-friendly guide from the 1930s offers wealth of practical advice, with abundant illustrations and nontechnical prose. Creating expressions, attaining proportion, applying perspective, depicting anatomy, simple shading, achieving consistency, characterization, more.

How to Draw Cartoon Animals

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Watson-Guptill

ISBN: 9780823023608

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 5734

An instructional guide for drawing cartoon animals.

Humongous Book of Cartooning

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Watson-Guptill

ISBN: 0823085589

Category: Art

Page: 224

View: 4406

Chris Hart's Humongous Book of Cartooning is a great value book covering everything the beginner needs to master cartooning. It teaches how to draw cartoon people, fantasy characters, layouts, background design and much more. This latest cartoon title from Chris Hart, the world's bestselling author of drawing and cartooning books, packs a wallop. It's the cartooning book that has it all: cartoon people, animals, retro-style "toons'", funny robots (no one has ever done cartoon robots in a how-to book before, and movies like "Wall-E" and "Robots" were smash hits and prove their appeal), fantasy characters and even sections on cartoon costumes, character design, and cartoon backgrounds and composition. The Humongous Book of Cartooning is humongous, not only because it's so big, but also because it includes a huge amount of original eye-catching characters and copious visual "side hints" that Chris is famous for. There is more actual instruction in this book than in any other of Chris' cartooning titles. In short, if you want to know how to draw cartoons, Chris Hart's Humongous Book of Cartooning is for you. From the Trade Paperback edition.

You Can Draw Cartoons

Author: Lou Darvas

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486146850

Category: Art

Page: 160

View: 5364

Generously illustrated, user-friendly guide by popular illustrator presents abundance of valuable pointers for both beginners and experienced cartoonists: pen and brush handling; coloring and patterns; more.

How to Draw and Sell Comic Strips

Author: Alan McKenzie

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781852868994

Category: Cartooning

Page: 143

View: 1174

This guide to creating comic strips and getting them published, includes advice on: what equipment to buy; how to write a script and break it down into panels; how to draw the human figure in convincing poses; pencilling, inking, lettering and colouring processes; and how to present and pitch work to publishers. It also provides an appendix of US and UK comic publishers and syndicates, complete with addresses, giving the contacts needed to get started.

Making Comics

Author: Scott McCloud

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0062045849

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 272

View: 5954

Scott McCloud tore down the wall between high and low culture in 1993 with Understanding Comics, a massive comic book about comics, linking the medium to such diverse fields as media theory, movie criticism, and web design. In Reinventing Comics, McCloud took this to the next level, charting twelve different revolutions in how comics are generated, read, and perceived today. Now, in Making Comics, McCloud focuses his analysis on the art form itself, exploring the creation of comics, from the broadest principles to the sharpest details (like how to accentuate a character's facial muscles in order to form the emotion of disgust rather than the emotion of surprise.) And he does all of it in his inimitable voice and through his cartoon stand–in narrator, mixing dry humor and legitimate instruction. McCloud shows his reader how to master the human condition through word and image in a brilliantly minimalistic way. Comic book devotees as well as the most uninitiated will marvel at this journey into a once–underappreciated art form.

How to Draw Animation

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780823023653

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 144

View: 2923

Provides instructions on drawing and instilling movement in animal and human animated characters, including children, individualizing characters, and revealing emotion, and offers an interview with one of the directors of "The Lion King" and advice on becoming a professional animator

How to Draw Cartoons

An Easy Step-By-Step Guide

Author: Adam Clay

Publisher: Arcturus Pub

ISBN: 9781848374959

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 128

View: 5921

Presents step-by-step instructions for drawing cartoon people, animals, and characters as well as backgrounds for comic strips, including cityscapes, dungeons, lanscapes, and alien planets.

How to Draw Comic Book Heroes and Villains

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Turtleback Books

ISBN: 9781417676224

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 2128

Covers how to create your own original comic book characters, draw fight scenes, design special powers, and invent imaginary creatures, with a section on how the comic business works.

Cartoon Cool

How to Draw New Retro-style Characters

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art

Page: 111

View: 3474

One of the world's leading cartoon artists shows readers how to capture the retro look of Sponge Bob, Dexter, and other popular comics, revealing how to recapture the 1950s in cartoons. All ages.

Comic Strip Conversations

Illustrated Interactions that Teach Conversation Skills to Students with Autism and Related Disorders

Author: Carol Gray

Publisher: Future Horizons

ISBN: 9781885477224

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 39

View: 8070

"Comic Strip Conversations are based on the belief that visualization and visual supports, found useful in structuring the learning of students with autism, may also improve their understanding and comprehension of conversation....the use of a basic set of symbols [and colours] are used in [this book] to illustrate social skills which are abstract and difficult for students with autism to understand."--p.1.

Learn How to Draw Cartoons for the Beginner

Step by Step Guide to Drawing Cartoons

Author: John Davidson,Paolo Lopez De Leon

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781497582965

Category: Reference

Page: 58

View: 3072

Learn How to Draw Cartoons For the Beginner Step by Step Guide to Drawing Cartoons TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: Materials: Drawing a Cartoon Face: Man's Face Woman's Face More about a Cartoons Face Different angles of the Face Different faces have Different shapes Adding years to the Character Cartooning a baby Drawing Cartoon Eyes Drawing Cartoon Nose Drawing Cartoon Mouth or Lips Drawing Cartoon Ear Expressions Drawing Cartoon Hands Drawing Cartoon Feet Stick Figures The Center Line and Poses Body Construction Exaggeration Various Cartoon Effects Light and Shadows Overall Application Author Bio Introduction: Cartoons remind me of Saturday mornings when I was little, I usually brought along paper and pencil in front of our television, when the cartoon program starts, I drew along the characters in the paper, If I remembered it right the show was about a munching sphere head who likes to eat pellets, when he eats the big pellet, that's the time he can eliminate his ghost enemies, I'm pretty sure you know that one, a popular video game anyway, after I drew it, when First day of School comes, I show it to my friends telling them how I spend my weekend, of course other than studying my lessons. So that was my Saturday morning cartoon days, today we have different cartoons, with a lot of selection or genre that some of it needs to have mature audience, that even a kid wouldn't relate to it, well that is a contemporary trend, with a twisted style but at the end it can really entertain us, make us laugh and leave smiles on our faces. Thanks for choosing this eBook as your guide in the world of cartoons, where you will experience how to draw your own cartoons, practicing the steps in the drawing procedures will help you gain the drawing skills, that you will need to became a cartoonist, you will learn the proper materials that you will use when drawing cartoons, you will be able to draw cartoons with confidence, and seeing the simplicity behind every cartoon characters that you desire to draw, so set some time to commit yourself to drawing cartoons with the help of this book, so have fun when drawing cartoons.

Cartooning for the Beginner

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Watson-Guptill

ISBN: 0770434770

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 6319

Aspiring cartoonists of all ages can begin drawing a repertoire of characters from the moment they follow the wide-ranging yet simplified lessons that fill these instructive pages, written and illustrated by an all-time best-selling artist/teacher. This complete course, covering both comic strip and animation techniques, begins with lessons on basic cartoon body shapes and facial features. Included are helpful comparisons between the real versus the cartoon head, a smile chart, and various ways to draw the most popular and expressive cartoon eyes and mouths. Next come lots of typical body poses, how to draw action lines, slow/fast movement, cartoon hands, fun hair and clothing styles, backgrounds, and cute cartoon pets. Excellent directions also focus on helping beginners to find and develop their own cartoon style.