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I Draw Comics

Marvel at your own creations

I Draw Comics

Marvel at your own creations

$27.00
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Expected 24 Apr 2014
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  • Hone your drawing skills and bring your comic book world to life
  • Over 100 pages of tutorials and templates to practise with
  • Learn about character proportions, perspectives and much more
  • Absolutely smashed its Kickstarter target so you know it's good!
  • Co-created by renowned Marvel illustrator Ryan Stegman
  • A smart Moleskine journal that even Rorschach would be proud of
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description

Housed within this smart and unassuming Moleskine cover lies the key to turning your tender comic book dreams into a tangible and beautiful reality.

I Draw Comics is loaded with in-depth lessons and guidelines to teach you all about perspective, commonly used character proportions, how to layout your comics, composition and even story-telling elements.

There's over 100 pages of templates to practise with; all printed in non-photo blue ink so that you can keep your drawings in check, then scan them in grey-scale and watch the lines magically disappear leaving behind your impressive creations.

Now you can turn your adorable but mildly depressing stick figures into mighty fully-fledged superheroes worthy of their own graphic novel. That's right, this means "The Marvellous Misadventures of Apathetic Slob Man and Wasted Talent Girl" may finally see the light of day!

Best of all there's a wealth of links to external resources for aspiring artists who want to further hone their talents, as well as a vast contact list of global Comic Book publishers and Comic Con dates/locations for when your master-work is complete and you want to get your name out there.

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Please Note:
  • Practise practise practise!
Product Features:
  • Learn all about perspective, commonly used character proportions, how to layout your comic, composition and even story-telling elements
  • Over 100 sketching templates
  • Contains a wealth of helpful external resources as well as Comic Book Publisher contacts
  • Non-photo blue ink guidelines that disappear when you scan your images (in grey scale)
  • Smart and durable Moleskine cover
Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 21.5cm(W) x 15cm(H) x 2.5cm(D)

Customer Reviews

Hopefully this will make me the cool Uncle who can draw things for his niece and nephew!
Alistair, Essex - 10th March 2014
It's a great little book with sections explaining various forms of perspective, drawing the human body, head and face, layout and composition and storytelling.
R J Tysoe, United Kingdom - 1st March 2014
Yeah, this is worth the money. Anyone of a certain age will remember 'How to Draw the Marvel Way'. Well, think of it like that - but with a whole lot more, besides. I actually bought this for my son, to further his interest in art and drawing. Suffice to say that it's been something we do together and something that I'm learning from, as much as he is! Who knows - I might even resurrect my home-grown hero of 1980, the Ice King, and finally get round to drawing that much dreamed-of comic-strip. Great stuff for anyone with an interest in comic art.
Andy Robb, United Kingdom - 25th February 2014