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Written for art students and beginners who want to illustrate for comics and graphic novels, this book provides a thorough grounding in drawing the human form.
This comprehensive self-teaching course for illustrators features more than 150 instructive color illustrations.
- Explains how to pose and photograph models, and then use photos as reference for finished drawings
- Describes the essentials of creating sequential art, including backgrounds, facial expressions expressing emotion, poses suggesting action, and more
- Includes examples and principles on how to draw clothing and costumes
- Advises on writing dialogue that keeps the story action moving
About The Author:
Daniel Cooney is an experienced comics writer, illustrator, teacher and the author of Writing and Illustrating the Graphic Novel, also published in North America by Barron’s. He lives in the San Francisco Bay area with his wife and son, and teaches writing and illustrating comics at the Academy of Art University.
Paperback / 192 Pages / 8 1/2 x 11 / 2012