A mild-hearted interactive information to comics and caricature-making that makes use of an task E-book layout and creatively stimulating activates to show the basics of cartooning in a a laugh and simple-to-observe type.

From a operating cartoonist and comedian E-book making trainer, this all-a while task E-book makes use of funny and informative one-web page comics and workout activates to lead younger readers (and readers who’re younger at center) via simple-to-grasp classes at the talents had to make comics. The actions quilt a spread of very important comics-making duties from developing expressions for characters to filling in clean panels to making authentic characters and striking them in adventures of their very own. Every workout can stand by itself or paintings at the side of others within the E-book to stimulate creativity by the use of the comics medium. Finally, readers who entire the actions within the E-book itself may have created a couple of comics of their very own, and may have generated many concepts for extra sequential artwork creations.

Praise for Let’s Make Comics!

“Without delay playful and sophisticated, this E-book is an ideal creation to cartooning, in addition to a fantastic (and lovingly crafted) tribute to the comics shape and a well timed reminder that artmaking can also be a laugh.”—Roman Muradov, author of Vanishing Act and On Doing Nothing

“Permit’s Make Comics is a E-book I want I had while I used to be 9, however 29 works too! It’s so a laugh and good and filled with oodles of superior actions. Nice E-book for finding out to make comics or for a professional cartoonist to seek out a few new suggestion.”—Ben Clanton, author of the Narwhal and Jelly books 

“It’s unbelievable! This E-book will make you a greater writer and a greater artist and display you methods to assume like a comic book megastar.”—Charise Harper, author of the Fashion Kitty and Crafty Cat books 

“Caution! This E-book will make you are making comics, and it’s going to be a laugh!”—Greg Pizzoli, author of The Watermelon Seed, Quantity One Sam, and The E-book Hog

“If most effective we might had this E-book! Our comics can be significantly better.”—Elizabeth Percent and Jonathan Kunz, creators of War and Peas