|03 March 2005||#1|
Washington DC, USA
SHOW US: Comic Book Art Resources Online?
I am posting this as part of the ongoing :
THE COMIC STRIP! 001:March 2005: "Sins of the Past"
at the CGTalk Daily Sketch Forum .
I have been trying to compile a list of the best comic book/ comic strip how to guide to, as they say, inspire the troops.
Here is the list that I have compile so far:
Here is my list, and I would love to hear what is your list....
(Scott McDaniel with tutorials)
(Travis Charest with tutorials)
Looking forward to your list.
|03 March 2005||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2003
Found this while yahooing, a bit basic but informative
Got the links from this site..
|04 April 2005||#4|
likes a flower =)...portfolio
Jan Mark Boekestein
Here's some by Vicente Segrelles. A really talennted comic artist who paints his own comics with oils susally. He stepped over to digital painting a while back.
modelling practice #1
|04 April 2005||#5|
Join Date: May 2004
i canna believe that any discussion of online comics/resources would not include mention of Scott McCloud.
|04 April 2005||#6|
As Effective as Flossportfolio
Mark Spencer Reynolds
There is ComicBookResources: http://comicbookresources.com/
They have a lot of information on the main site and a bulletin board there. Many comic book artist hang out there, and there are a lot of super-fans who know alot. There are also a few forums hosted by some artist and writers of the industry.
There is also ComicCraft http://www.comicraft.com/
They are affiliated with http://www.comicbookfonts.com and http://www.comicworldnews.com . Many pros hang out on their bulletin boards and the guys running the bussiness are pros themselves.
NOTHING IS TOO BEAUTIFUL -Bugatti
UGLINESSS DOESN'T SELL -Loewy
|04 April 2005||#7|
Join Date: Oct 2003
Here's a link to Dave Sim's Memorial Notes to the President archive (reproduced editorials included in the Cerebus comics).
I thought they might be interesting because he did quite a few on self-publishing comics (168-189).
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