Author: Brian Platt
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Fun, simple and entertaining - this book will help the complete novice turn out professional looking cartoons in minutes. Suitable for all age groups.
An Easy Step by Step Guide
Author: Adam Clay
Publisher: Chartwell Books
How To Draw Cartoons is a brilliant, full-color book for 8-12 year olds who want to learn how to draw top quality cartoons. Throughout the book the author uses a combination of step-by-step drawings, pencil workings and final color images--whichever technique is best suited to explaining the technique being addressed, not a rigid 'how-to' style. A cartoon incarnation of the author pops up throughout the book in various guises offering expert tips at crucial moments--a really fun, defining feature of the book. How To Draw Cartoons stands out from other cartooning books, as it is young, fun and contemporary, written by an author who is infectiously passionate about all aspects of illustration.
Author: Christopher Hart
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
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
Author: B. V. Satyamurty
Publisher: Pustak Mahal
Enjoy learning how to make figures! Discover a different talent in yourself, which would bring an added meaning to your life.
Author: Christopher Hart
An instructional guide for drawing cartoon animals.
Author: Mark Linley
Learn to draw the fun way! Like almost everyone in the world, you are bursting with raw artistic talent just waiting to be released. In a few deft sweeps of your pencil, capture the character of your 'victim'. Use swift strokes to create a face that has instant appeal. Exaggerate the features to make a comical caricature. Brighten up someone's day with your own tiny bit of magic! "Yes, you can do it," says Mark Linley, "and I show you exactly how!"
Author: George Trosely
Publisher: CarTech Inc
The name George Trosley may not be instantly recognizable to many motoring enthusiasts, but his work certainly is. Over the years, people have become familiar with George Trosley's work through the magazine pages of CARtoons, Hot Rod Cartoons, Street Rodder, Car Craft, Popular Hot Rodding, Super Chevy, and many more. His Krass & Bernie cartoon ran for many years as did a "How to Draw" column that is the basis for this book. In Trosley's How to Draw Cartoon Cars, he takes you through the process step-by-step of drawing your favorite cars, starting with the basics such as profiles, point of view, speed, attitudes, custom graphics, and coloring. You learn to draw components such as wheels, engines, and accessories. Then you are treated to step-by-step lessons on many different body styles: Corvettes, Mustangs, pickup trucks, off-road trucks, muscle cars, hot rods, and a few race cars as well. If you are a budding artist, closet cartoonist, or just want to learn how to draw your own hot rod or muscle machine, this book shows you how it's done. Trosley is one of the best in the business today, and this volume will be a great addition to your automotive or art library.
Author: Christopher Hart
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.
Author: Mark Heath
Introduces the art of cartooning, discusses useful tools and techniques, and gives advice on portraying faces, bodies, and movement
Drawing Cartoon Animals. Step by Step Guide
Author: Alice Jane Little
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
How to Draw Cartoons Drawing Cartoon Animals. Step by Step Guide In this book, you will learn how to draw six different types of animal characters: a bird, a dinosaur, Droopy Dog, a pig, a bunny, and a horse. The descriptions that relate to common objects help to prevent frustration and allow a creative flow from your fingers to the page. From the bird to the horse, you will learn the simple steps involved to ensure you can create these characters over and over. The book includes pictures that coincide to each description to ensure the process of drawing is as easy as possible. This book is great, even for those who are just beginning to draw, because the instructions are easy to follow. The animals look complicated at the end, but breaking down the instructions step-by-step help to make the drawing process an ease.Download your copy of " How to Draw Cartoons " by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now With 1-Click" button.
Author: Peter Maddocks,Marian Bonelli
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
This book is designed for anyone and everyone who has ever thought that they could have been a cartoonist if only they knew how. Handwritten and hand drawn, it answers questions about cartooning in simple, visual terms. What materials do you use? What size do you draw? How do you caricature, or keep a likeness in a strip cartoon character? These are just a few of the technical problems facing the beginner which Peter Maddocks tackles, but he also considers the inspirational side of cartoons - what comes first, the idea or the artwork; once you've had a bright idea, how do you transfer it on to paper? And he supplies captions and examples of cartoons to help you draw that very first masterpiece. Peter Maddocks was a full time professional Cartoonist, both in National Newspapers, films and TV animation.
Step by Step Guide to Drawing Cartoons
Author: John Davidson,Paolo Lopez De Leon
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.
Learn to Draw Your Favorite Pets Step-By-step with Cartoonist Matthew Luhn
Author: Matthew (ART) Luhn
Have fun drawing step-by-step cartoon pets, such as dogs, cats, hamsters, birds and reptiles with Pixar Artist, Matthew Luhn. Fun, easy-to-follow and unique, this book also contains a special section devoted to drawing YOUR pet! Matthew Luhn inspires creative imagination building projects such as drawing your pet as a superhero and a postcard showing your pet on vacation. Ideal for pet lovers and artists of all ages!
A Step-by-step Guide with 1000 Illustrations
Author: Ivan Hissey,Curtis Tappenden
Publisher: Southwater Pub
Expert techniques for creating your own cartoon and comic strip characters, with more than 60 exercises and projects.
Author: Brian Fairrington
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A unique reference for creating and marketing original cartoons and comics An original American art form, comics thrill millions of people across the globe. Combining step-by-step instruction with expert tips and advice, Drawing Cartoons & Comics For Dummies is a one-stop reference for creating and marketing original cartoons and comics. While many books tend to focus on specific characters or themes, this thorough guide focuses instead on helping aspiring artists master the basic building blocks of cartoons and comics, revealing step by step how to create everything from wisecracking bunnies to souped-up super villains. It also explores lettering and coloring, and offers expert marketing advice. The book's color insert provides guidance on how to add color to cartoon creations.
Author: Jennifer Lipsey
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Provides step-by-step instructions for drawing cartoon characters and creatures, including superheroes, jungle animals, desert critters, monsters, and dinosaurs.
Author: Mark Linley
If you can write your name, you have enough touch to learn to draw. Let Mark Linley inspire you to pick up your pencil and create a magical masterpiece. His positive approach secures quick, accurate results and ever-growing confidence. Learn to look properly and get the basic outlines correct; include the key features but simplify what you see; understand how shading (such as dot stipple or cross-hatching) can transform a sketch; get the eye level right and see how a grid helps with the composition. Whatever you want to draw - a beautiful holiday scene, a lifelike portrait of your family or favourite pet, or even a funny cartoon to illustrate a birthday card - Mark Linley shows, in this new edition of his bestselling book, everything you need to succeed.
Learn to draw cartoon characters and scenes
Author: Maury Aaseng
Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing
"How to draw & paint cartooning"--Cover.