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How to Draw Cartoons for Comic Strips (Christopher Hart Titles) Paperback – September 1, 1988
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and some panels and Talk-Balloons. The "basics".---- But the
book that gets into actually drawing comic-strips is "DRAWING
ON THE FUNNY SIDE OF THE BRAIN". And also "EVERYTHING YOU EVER
WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT CARTOONING BUT WERE AFRAID TO DRAW" all
of these by Christopher Hart. But above all, the "MAKING COMICS
Storytelling Secrets of Comics, Manga and Graphic Novels" by
Scott Mc Cloud. These books which I bought at Amazon.com helped
me tremendously on improving my own comic-strip "CANDY BLONDELL".
It gave me details on HOW to improve the drawing and my way of
thinking. It made the comic-strip come "alive" and be more
"precise". I strongly recommend that you buy these books to improve
your own comic-strips as it did for mine. These books are worth having.
----- Luisa Felix, FelixHoboken@aol.com
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This book is doing what I wanted it to do. I am illustrating a childrens book for my son.Published 17 months ago by ernest runyon
I boought this for a friend who is really adept at all types of fun drawing. She's 73 and we go back to 1966 and she emailed me that this is now one of her favorites as well as 2... Read morePublished 23 months ago by John P. Jentelson
I remember it well: Browsing in the Art Technique section at one of the chain bookstores, I came across Chris Hart's first book. My jaw hit the floor. Read morePublished on July 18, 2014 by Eric C. Martin
My daughter lives these drawing books . Easy to follow instructions and she us using it often . Seller great and fast . Wonderful giftPublished on April 8, 2014 by Andrea Shelton
It was purchased for an inmate in jail who is quite a good artist. I am sure he enjoyed it and it helped him draw. ThanksPublished on February 13, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Better than expected ...perfect for the young artist...gives a lot of info in easy to understand format.Seller was also perfect in packaging and delivery.Published on January 4, 2014 by Traverse
This is one of few books that show Mr. Hart's older cartoon style.
Complete with hands, heads, bodies, character types, animals to get any aspiring cartoonist started. Read more
I have never attempted to draw in my life but recently became interested in drawing comics. This was the first book that I bought and within only a few weeks I was drawing... Read morePublished on July 13, 2013 by Semiasl