Monday, August 27, 2007

How to Draw Comic Books

2 cbr files | 22 & 15 Mb | 36 & 30 pages each
We can always use more quality comic book artists out there. Back in the old days, comic book artists rarely changed titles. Once an artist started a run on a successful book, he usually penciled the title for years. But today, most pencilers rarely stick to a title for more than a few months or a year. So if you keep practicing and learning more tricks you might find an opening one day to pencil a book like Uncanny X-Men, Amazing Spider-Man, Detective Comics, or Action Comics. You just never know when opportunity can come knocking at your door. Before opportunity knocks though, you have to prove yourself and have the skills to outdo whoever is currently penciling a title. Even if you're not interested in becoming the next superstar artist out there, you might want to check these books out to see some cool pencils and learn some more about the history of comic books. Both of these books were available for free this past summer at local comic book shops in the USA. So if you don't live there or missed "Free Comic Book Day," here's your chance to read these too. Enjoy! Bauer out.

Comics 101: How-To and History Lessons From the Pros

Wizard How To Draw Special Volume 3

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