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How to Create Comics from Script to Print

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Learn from the pros, as Write Now! Magazine editor (and Spider-Man scripter) Danny Fingeroth and Draw! Magazine editor (and Batman artist) Mike Manley join forces for the ultimate "How-to" book on creating comics! Danny and Mike show step-by-step how to create a new comic from scratch: developing a new character, then going from script and roughs to pencils, inks, colors a Learn from the pros, as Write Now! Magazine editor (and Spider-Man scripter) Danny Fingeroth and Draw! Magazine editor (and Batman artist) Mike Manley join forces for the ultimate "How-to" book on creating comics! Danny and Mike show step-by-step how to create a new comic from scratch: developing a new character, then going from script and roughs to pencils, inks, colors and even lettering! There's also a section that guides you through the process of getting your comic printed and distributed, and the finished eight-page full-color comic is included, so you can see the final product! This redesigned and expanded version also features over 30 new pages of all new material! A critique of the character and comic from an editor's point of view! New tips on coloring! New and expanded writing lessons! Plus listings of important resources, insights into the world of webcomics and more!


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Learn from the pros, as Write Now! Magazine editor (and Spider-Man scripter) Danny Fingeroth and Draw! Magazine editor (and Batman artist) Mike Manley join forces for the ultimate "How-to" book on creating comics! Danny and Mike show step-by-step how to create a new comic from scratch: developing a new character, then going from script and roughs to pencils, inks, colors a Learn from the pros, as Write Now! Magazine editor (and Spider-Man scripter) Danny Fingeroth and Draw! Magazine editor (and Batman artist) Mike Manley join forces for the ultimate "How-to" book on creating comics! Danny and Mike show step-by-step how to create a new comic from scratch: developing a new character, then going from script and roughs to pencils, inks, colors and even lettering! There's also a section that guides you through the process of getting your comic printed and distributed, and the finished eight-page full-color comic is included, so you can see the final product! This redesigned and expanded version also features over 30 new pages of all new material! A critique of the character and comic from an editor's point of view! New tips on coloring! New and expanded writing lessons! Plus listings of important resources, insights into the world of webcomics and more!

41 review for How to Create Comics from Script to Print

  1. 5 out of 5

    Clay Fernald

    The origin of an 8 page comic from concept to script. Manley takes you through the art from pencils, ink, color, letters onto pre-press and printing. A good supplemental read for someone interested in getting into comics.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Not a bad little how-to book. I think that most of us have seen the plot/script/art portions done a thousand times, and shown better, but this book has a couple of nice articles that give some other insights. Like How to Letter (and good lord, there are a TON of indie and web - and even a few mainstream - titles that NEED to read this!) and How to Color. And best of all, John Morrow wrote a terrific How to Deal With Printers and Distributors article. Anybody who ever wants to self-publish has to Not a bad little how-to book. I think that most of us have seen the plot/script/art portions done a thousand times, and shown better, but this book has a couple of nice articles that give some other insights. Like How to Letter (and good lord, there are a TON of indie and web - and even a few mainstream - titles that NEED to read this!) and How to Color. And best of all, John Morrow wrote a terrific How to Deal With Printers and Distributors article. Anybody who ever wants to self-publish has to read it. Fingeroth wraps up the book with some mini-essays on theme, characterization, dialogue, etc. Not a bad investment for those who're interested.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    A good primer on making comics. Not a ton of new info after reading other books (like Alan Moore's, Denny O'Neal's, and Scott McLoud's), but it was pretty cool to see them take a book from concept to complete. A good primer on making comics. Not a ton of new info after reading other books (like Alan Moore's, Denny O'Neal's, and Scott McLoud's), but it was pretty cool to see them take a book from concept to complete.

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