|Author||: Stan Lee|
|Publisher||: Simon and Schuster|
|Release Date||: 1984-09-14|
|ISBN 10||: 0671530771|
|Pages||: 192 pages|
|Rating||: 4/5 from 9 reviews|
Illustrates hitherto mysterious methods of comic art using as examples such Mighty Marvel heroes as Thor, The Silver Surfer, Spider-Man, and The Hulk
by Stan Lee
In Stan Lee's How to Draw Comics, Stan Lee reveals his secrets for: * Costumes * Penciling, Inking & Coloring * Lettering & Word Balloons * Digital Advances * Perspective & Foreshortening * What Makes Great Action * Page & Panel Layout * Covers * Creating a Portfolio * Getting Work When it comes to comic books, one name says it all: Stan Lee. His characters are classics. His industry knowledge is vast. His creativity is boundless. And now, he’s sharing what he knows with you, Grasshopper! His cohorts have always been—andGET BOOK!
by Stan Lee,Steve Ditko,Jack Kirby,Alex Ross,John Buscema
The third installment in comics icon Stan Lee's series showing readers how to draw some of the most exciting and dynamic superheroes of all time. Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, and the Avengers all share a common trait -- these hugely popular Marvel Comics superheroes were co-created by the legendary Stan Lee. Now, Lee shows readers everything they'll need to make their own mighty superheroes, just like his classic creations. Lee exposes his secretGET BOOK!
by Stan Lee
Focusing on topics like anatomy, perspective, and character design, as well as brand new topics like manga art styles, digital art, and more, Stan Lee's Master Classis the next step for those looking to perfect their superhero rendering and create fantastic worlds perfect for today's modern comic book audience. With examples from his classic collaborations at Marvel Comics and from today's top comics artists, Lee builds on concepts only touched upon in his previous instructional offerings and provides a pathwayGET BOOK!
With step-by-step instructions, drawings to complete, and space to experiment, How to Draw Comics is for anyone interested in creating your own cartoon, graphic novel, or manga. Ilya helps you develop your own style as you learn about the principles and practice the techniques involved. Fun and interactive, with captions, speech balloons, and sound effects bursting out of every page, the book looks just like a comic book, but with the widest variety of styles imaginable. Ilya covers the basicsGET BOOK!
by David Chelsea
Teaches comic book artists about artistic perspective, covering one, two, and three-point perspective, using circles, drawing the human figure, and explaining the horizon and vanishing pointGET BOOK!
by Christopher Hart
Presents a guide to stylized figure anatomy for artists wishing to emulate one of today's popular streamlined comic book styles, with step-by-step demonstrations and studies of major muscle groups, heads, hands, and feet.GET BOOK!
by Phoenix Publishing
Buy With Confidence, and draw comics the marvel way The Blank Comic Book Notebook - Variety of Templates Fun for all ages for Making Comics Wide Variety of Templates, Draw Comics The Fun Way Over 110 pages of dense blank comic book paper Durable cover to protect your book - Matte-Finish Printed on paper perfect for fine tip pens, colored pencils and markers. Measures 8.5 x 11 Designed And Made in the USA PLUS*** Free Cut Outs For Extra Bubbles and Action Words!GET BOOK!
Have you ever wanted to create characters that look like they belong on the big screen? In How to Paint Characters the Marvel Studios Way, you'll learn tips and tricks from some of the industry's best concept artists. Ryan Meinerding, Andy Park, and the other artists behind Marvel Studios' Visual Development department will share their method for creating iconic designs for all your favorite characters, from Captain America to Black Panther. Learn their favorite tools of the trade, their tipsGET BOOK!
by Rich Buckler,Stan Lee
The well-known comic book artist offers tips on creating original heroic figures and comics, including advice on the language of storytelling and narrative technique.GET BOOK!
by Christopher Hart
Covers how to create your own original comic book characters, draw fight scenes, design special powers, and invent imaginary creatures, with a section on how the comic business works.GET BOOK!
by Christopher Hastings
Presenting a universal gateway into the House of Ideas! You know you've experienced it before, True Believer: you loan your friend a comic book, only to have it returned unfinished. "I tried to read it," they say, "but I just got lost." What went wrong? Comics can be like a foreign language - if you don't learn them young, you might need extra help to catch on. Other clever cartoonists and scribes have shared their theories on the grammar ofGET BOOK!
by Steven B. Reddy
Everyday Sketching and Drawing offers an easy-to-follow, 5-step formula, which teaches beginner-friendly techniques for learning the skills necessary to make drawing and sketching an everyday habit. For those who have always wanted to or tried and failed to learn to draw it provides simple step-by-step instruction, plus easy-to-follow practice exercises, and provides the motivation and inspiration readers need to be successful. For those who already draw, Everyday Sketching and Drawing offers another technique to add to their drawing arsenal. WhyGET BOOK!
by Brian Peck,John Buscema
Now, for the first time, a comprehensive art book focusing on one of the greatest comic artists commonly referred to by his peers as "The Michelangelo of Comics": John Buscema. This exhaustive look at Buscema's career and art covers every aspect of this legend's work and is generously illustrated with over 200 examples of the master's original art. Over five years in preparation, comics historian Brian Peck interviewed everyone of note who ever worked with Buscema and paints a complete pictureGET BOOK!
by Brian Michael Bendis
Best-selling Marvel Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis reveals the comic book writing secrets behind his work on The Avengers, Ultimate Spider-Man, All-New X-Men, and more. Arguably the most popular writer in modern comics, Brian Michael Bendis shares the tools and techniques he uses to create some of the most popular comic book and graphic novel stories of all time. Words for Pictures provides a fantastic opportunity for readers to learn from a creator at the very top of his field.GET BOOK!
by Robert A. Marzullo
"Professional comic book artist and YouTube guru Robert Marzulllo teaches you the building blocks of creating your own action heroes and explosive comic book series. Easy to follow step-by-step demonstrations break down advanced drawings into basic shapes and shading for you to replicate and master before applying your newfound knowledge to create your own dynamic comic book characters and settings."--Back Cover. \GET BOOK!
by Christopher Hart
Curvaceous Women, a top subject sought by comic book publishers, are the focus of this eye-popping instructional that shows aspiring cartoonists exactly how to master drawing a bevy of fabulous females. From basic anatomy, musculature, body positions, and action poses to facial expressions, hairstyles, and costumes, this truly invaluable and unique resource covers in great detail every aspect of depicting great-looking women for comic books. The book also shows how to handle perspective and compose art specifically for comic bookGET BOOK!
by Stan Lee,George Mair
In a remarkable autobiography, the creator of Marvel Comics describes his youth in the Bronx, his early years publishing comic books during World War II, the rise of the Marvel empire, and his creation of such legendary superheroes as the X-Men, Spider Man, the Incredible Hulk, and other popular icons. Simultaneous.GET BOOK!