This sketchbook is for anyone that LOVES comics or would like to learn how to draw them.
Unlike other How To Draw books… What sets ours apart from the rest is that you can actually sketch inside of it. That’s right! You sketch directly over-top of our unique phase out guideline system.
HOW DOES THE GUIDELINE SYSTEM WORK?
Each of our sketchbooks uses an easy to follow along “phase-out” system that begins with lots of guidelines that you draw on top of. As you progress through the sketchbook, the guidelines are slowly taken away, reducing your dependency on those guidelines.
Our GOAL is that as you progress through the how to draw comics sketchbook, you will begin to visualize the shapes and ultimately be able to draw without the need of any guidelines. We’ve also included some commonly used industry reference materials along with over 100 sketch templates into an easy to handle hard cover sketchbook.
- Anatomy of the Male Super Hero
- Anatomy of the Female Super Hero
- Facial Features
- Head Proportions
- Head Perspectives
- Foreshortening the body
- Torso and Waist Box
- Adding Costumes to Characters
- Reference Materials & Templates
Don’t forget to ADD ON the drawing stencils too!
Publication Date: May 01, 2017
— Instructional Drawing Book With Blank Spaces For Sketching Inside
— Easy To Follow System
— 100+ Sketch Templates
— PU Leather Cover Coated With Satiny Smooth Finish
— Usable With Graphite, Pencils, Ink Pens and Most Markers
— No Pencils or Other Drawing Materials Included
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Andy Smith has been a professional artist for more than two decades. Working on such titles as Silver Surfer, X-Men, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Batman, Superman and many more. Andy has provided the pencils on DC’s best-selling Earth 2 series, and inking Marvel’s trilogy of Thanos graphic novels with Jim Starlin, as well as the Thanos vs. Hulk mini-series. Andy is also the author of the best-selling “Drawing Dynamic Comics,” currently in its seventh printing, and “Drawing American Manga Super-Heroes,” .
Andy has also worked for the children’s book divisions of HarperCollins and Disney, drawing titles featuring DC’s heroes and Spider-Man respectively. In addition to drawing the series Demi-God for Ominous Press, Andy also serves as Art Director.