So, You Want to Be a Comic Book Artist? by Philip AmaraFind success as a comic book artist with this step-by-step guide to creating, publishing, and marketing your very own comics.
The secrets to comic book creation are at your fingertips! This comprehensive guide details the steps to becoming a hit comic book maker—from creating compelling characters and illustrations to getting published and marketing a finished product—and is full of insights from world-famous artists from such companies as DC, Marvel, and Dark Horse. In addition to highlighting tips from seasoned pros, inspiring success stories from young artists are sprinkled throughout along with a resource list of potential publishers to help you hit the ground running.
So, You Want to Be a Comic Book Artist? also features in-depth chapters on adapting a storyline for video games and movies, using social media to promote a finished product, and self-publishing your own comic. Whether you’re just starting out or have been drawing comics for years, this book will get you where you want to go.
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I am inspired to do this Instructable for two reasons: 1 I will be graded on it and 2 I never read anything like this when i started my comic, and though it might be helpful for anyone who feels compelled to write their own. So, i decided on the title you see above and stick to the broader picture of how to start a comic book. Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. Or will it fade into oblivion with pogs and yikes pencils?
Show less Do you have a great story to tell with pictures and words? Why not write a comic book? For help with sketching, developing characters, writing a compelling story, and synthesizing all these elements into book form, use these guidelines and pointers. A pencil might seem like the ideal tool for sketching because you can draw soft lines, practice shading, and erase if you need to.
I grew up surrounded by some of the most powerful superheroes. Creating a believable alternate reality through the art of visual storytelling has always fascinated me. But it wasn't until recently that I decided to write my own comic book. As a storyteller, your best tool is a notebook whether it be electronic or paper. My advice: keep it with you at all times. That way, when an idea pops into your head, you can jot it down. Don't worry if your idea isn't fully realized yet.
I grew up surrounded by some of the most powerful superheroes. Characters like The Amazing Spider-Man, Iron Man, and The Incredible Hulk.
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Regular contributor Tammy Coron has made a comic book - here are her tips.
Show less Comics have a way of making us feel. Whether that be laughter, sadness, intrigue, excitement, or any other emotion, the power of a visual story cannot be denied. Creating your own comic book can be a rewarding experience, and easier than you might think. To make a great comic, you'll need a great story, a style all your own, and a format that suits both.