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1600583636 03 02 1600583636 03 9781600583636 04 212107 15 9781600583636 14 09781600583636 01 BC Collector's Series <b202>01</b202> <b203>The Art of Cartooning & Illustration</b203> <b029>Learn techniques for drawing and illustrating more than 100 cartoon characters, poses, and expressions</b029> 15 9781600583636 1 A01 Maury Aaseng Aaseng, Maury Maury Aaseng 2 A01 Clay Butler Butler, Clay Clay Butler 3 A01 Dan D'Addario D'Addario, Dan Dan D'Addario 4 A01 Jim Campbell Campbell, Jim Jim Campbell 5 A01 Alex Hallat Hallat, Alex Alex Hallat 6 A01 Jack Keely Keely, Jack Jack Keely 01 eng 144 ART004000 10 ART010000 10 ART034000 01 01
From the scholarly cartoons of The New Yorker to the laugh-out-loud illustrations of the Sunday funnies, cartooning and animation have been popular artistic genres for myriad eras. In The Art of Cartooning & Illustration, aspiring cartoon artists will learn the basics of traditional cartooning and animation, as well as how to develop their own unique cartooning style, write storylines, and create gags. Beginning with an overview of the basic tools and materials, artists will discover everything they need to know about selecting and using pencils, erasers, paper, markers, and pens. This all-inclusive resource introduces artists to the elements of the craft, including composition, perspective, foreshortening, and color theory, supplying them with the valuable knowledge they need to achieve their desired results. Artists will learn a variety of cartooning techniques, such as the squash and stretch principle, exaggerating details, anthropomorphizing inanimate objects, and more. Beginning and experienced cartoonists alike will find comprehensive instructions for creating contemporary characters and expressions, from heads, to hands, to body shapes. Then artists will learn how to put those characters in action by creating movement, such as walking, jumping, dancing, and stretching. And no cartoon would be complete without learning to write dialogue. The Art of Cartooning & Illustration also includes helpful tips and suggestions for lettering and drawing voice balloons, as well as coordinating dialogue with movement. Finally, this book instructs artists on how to use digital imaging software to add color and special effects to their finished artwork. With its breadth of subject matter and instruction, The Art of Cartooning & Illustration is a must-have for any cartoonist's library.
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Cartooning -- Technique.
Comic books, strips, etc. -- Technique.
Cartooning -- Technique. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00848079
Comic books, strips, etc. -- Technique. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00869176