How to Draw Cartoons for Comic Strips

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Watson-Guptill

ISBN: 9780823023530

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 3946


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

You Can Draw Cartoons

Author: Lou Darvas

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486146850

Category: Art

Page: 160

View: 3775


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 Digital Cartoons

Author: Leo Hartas

Publisher: The Ilex Press Ltd

ISBN: 9781904705284

Category: Cartooning

Page: 160

View: 8062


Computers play a role in the lives of many professional cartoonists. They can make the production process less time-consuming and, consequently, quicker and cheaper. How to Draw and Sell Digital Cartoons is written by an illustrator who employs both digital and traditional methods. It is full of advice on how to use computers to create cartoons and sell your work, and how to deliver it in the appropriate digital format.

Comic Books and Comic Strips in the United States Through 2005

An International Bibliography

Author: John A. Lent

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313338830

Category: Art

Page: 345

View: 4770


This final work in John Lent's series of bibliographies on comic art gathers together an astounding array of citations on American comic books and comic strips. Included in this volume are citations regarding anthologies and reprints; criticism and reviews; exhibitions, festivals, and awards; scholarship and theory; and the business, artistic, cultural, legal, technical, and technological aspects of American comics. Author John Lent has used all manner of methods to gather the citations, searching library and online databases, contacting scholars and other professionals, attending conferences and festivals, and scanning hundreds of periodicals. He has gone to great length to categorize the citations in an easy-to-use, scholarly fashion, and in the process, has helped to establish the field of comic art as an important part of social science and humanities research. The ten volumes in this series, covering all regions of the world, constitute the largest printed bibliography of comic art in the world, and serve as the beacon guiding the burgeoning fields of animation, comics, and cartooning. They are the definitive works on comic art research, and are exhaustive in their inclusiveness, covering all types of publications (academic, trade, popular, fan, etc.) from all over the world. Also included in these books are citations to systematically-researched academic exercises, as well as more ephemeral sources such as fanzines, press articles, and fugitive materials (conference papers, unpublished documents, etc.), attesting to Lent's belief that all pieces of information are vital in a new field of study such as comic art.

Learn to Draw Comics

Author: George Leonard Carlson

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486163407

Category: Art

Page: 64

View: 2012


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.

The Professional Step-By-Step Guide to Cartooning

Learn to Draw Cartoons with Over 1500 Practical Illustrations; All You Need to Know to Create Cartoon and Comic Strip Characters and How to Bring the to Life Using Props and Imaginative Backgrounds, Including Techniques for Digital Enhancement and Simple Animation

Author: I. Van Hissey,Curtis Tappenden

Publisher: Southwater

ISBN: 9781782142041

Category: Art

Page: 256

View: 2322


A comprehensive and practical guide to drawing cartoons successfully with expert projects and exercises.

How to Draw Cartoons

An Easy Step-By-Step Guide

Author: Adam Clay

Publisher: Arcturus Pub

ISBN: 9781848374959

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 128

View: 9480


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 be a Successful Cartoonist

Author: Randy Glasbergen

Publisher: Northlight

ISBN: 9780891346333

Category: Art

Page: 122

View: 858


Whether you want to turn your cartooning talent into a few extra bucks or an entire career, you probably have lots of questions..... How can I make my work look really professional? How do I know if I'm funny enough to impress editors and readers? How can I break into the business? Where should I send my cartoons? How much money can I make? Here are all the real-world answers from successful cartoonist Randy Glasbergen, along with practical advice, insight and artwork from dozens of the world's greatest cartoonists and humorous illustrators. It's the honest and accurate help you need to take your talent all the way to the funny pages of newspapers, magazines, children's books, greeting cards and more!

Stick to Drawing Comics, Monkey Brain!

Cartoonist Explains Cloning, Blouse Monsters, Voting Machines, Romance, Monkey G ods, How to Avoid Being Mistaken for a Rodent, and More

Author: Scott Adams

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101216506

Category: Humor

Page: 400

View: 9286


Everyone knows Scott Adams, the creator of Dilbert, as the king of workplace humor. His insights into the crazy world of business have long been on display in his hugely popular comic strip and bestselling books like The Dilbert Principle. But there's much more to life than work, and it turns out that the man behind Dogbert and the Pointy-Haired Boss has an equally outrageous take on life outside the cubicle. Adams ventures into uncharted territory in this collection of more than 150 short pieces on everything from lunar real estate to serial killers, not to mention politics, religion, dating, underwear, alien life, and the menace of car singing. He isn't afraid to confront the most pressing questions of our day, such as the pros and cons of toothpaste smuggling, why kangaroos don't drive cars, and whether Jesus would approve of your second iPod. From the Trade Paperback edition.