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Chelsea provides solid groundwork on how, what and where to add perspective for the most punch and pour in a comic. Loved it.Published 1 month ago by Finn G.
An interesting way to learn perspective and great for use as a college student textbook.Published 2 months ago by womple
This book is a lot of fun for such a tough subject. It's great for beginners who are patient and willing to learn. And it's the type of book that's always good to have nearby. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ryobi
Though it does have many perspective drawings that were good, I was annoyed at how many people were naked as I bought this book for my
kids studying cartooning. Read more
A very very nice book. This is the best book ever, because he's explain it so easily. I like the comic lookalike and if you have been reading Scott McCloud, it's the same layout.Published 11 months ago by Kristin Ness Svendsen
There are some interesting explanations explaining why certain perspective methods are employed, and generally some things that get you thinking about perspective, which is a good... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sam7768