Thank you for looking comic art book

Spark your creativity: with comic art book Nearly all of the comic books are about things that don’t happen in real life. Like, you will find out about people soaring, others with numerous feet and hands and a number of other things that you will not knowledge in real life. This helps you to consider external the norm and you begin saying what might happen if points would be since they are place in the comics. The more you imagine points the more you feel creative thus you are prone to produce your own personal creations.


Much more about comic art book , comics and art

Comic Art Community GALLERY OF COMIC ART

batman and superman in world’s finest comics — the silver age vol. 2 tp

Comic book - Wikipedia

A comic book or comicbook, also called comic magazine or simply comic, is a publication that consists of comic art in the form of sequential juxtaposed ...

VIDEO

My Art Book Collection

This is my humble collection of art and inspiration books I've collected over the years! My Masters of Anatomy Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pisEjyxV3Q Get the Tutorial Archive:...

6 Gedanken zu “Thank you for looking comic art book

  1. The book is being used for Zentangle & quotes that I find intriguing. It will be quite the treasure when it is completed & I start on the next book.

  2. Pros: It was cheap (but not THAT cheap).Cons: It IS cheap. This is nothing more than 130 thin pages–too thin, for instance, to possibly draw in pencil, let alone ink or any other medium, and not have it bleed through onto its back page, which is ALSO supposed to be a workable surface. The layout of panels you see on the cover is it. EACH page of the book is the exact same panel layout you see on the cover. No variety. As a nod to how cheaply and poorly conceived this was, the top „first“ panel shows a hastily but still visible „erased“ panel line–so you start off each page with the largest panel on the page marred. The „cover“ is also extremely think black print paper that will not hold up for long (and seems to be impervious to holding marker or ink, so you can forget decorating or illustrating your „book’s“ cover.I can see maybe giving this book to a small child who wants to practice funny books. Useless to anyone above the age of 5.

  3. This book should be on every creative person’s bookshelf. A amazingly competitive crash course in drawing that can be used to just get the basics to make it easy to get ideas down on paper or further to create the next great comic book. I have to buying new copies because I keep giving them away to friends.

  4. This was a big hit with my 9 year old niece that loves to draw. I thought it might be a little advanced for her but she had no problem picking it up and drawing along with the book.

  5. My kid got this for his birthday. He filled it up. We’ve bought three others. He’s filled those up to with the Adventures of Invisible and Grumpy Cat. Yes, that Grumpy Cat. Last week they went to the moon and built a house made of nachos. Because the moon is made of cheese. Nacho cheese. My son, ladies and gentlemen. I’m keeping these books because either he’s going to turn out to be a genius or insane and either way I want to be prepared for either the reporters or the psychiatrist. (I joke, I love the damn things. I’m keeping them because I’m so proud I could puke.)

Schreibe einen Kommentar

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d Bloggern gefällt das: