Table of contents for The DC Comics guide to coloring and lettering comics / by Mark Chiarello and Todd Klein ; introduction by Jim Steranko.


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PART ONE: WHAT IS COLORING?
	Chapter One: The Principles of Color
	Chapter Two: The Principles of Color
	Chapter Three: Storytelling with Color	
	 
PART TWO: THE COMPUTER AS A COLORING TOOL
	Chapter Four: Computers and Comic Book Coloring
	Chapter Five: Getting Started with Coloring
	Chapter Six: An In-Depth Look at Applying Color
	Chapter Seven: Coloring Style
	Chapter Eight: The Traps of Computer Coloring
	Chapter Nine: From Computer to the Printed Page
	Chapter Ten: Showing Your Work
	
PART THREE: LETTERING
	Chapter Eleven: The Lettering Profession
PART FOUR: HAND LETTERING
	Chapter Twelve: Tools and Materials
	Chapter Thirteen: Getting Started with Lettering
	Chapter Fourteen: Lettering Text and Balloons
	Chapter Fifteen: Display Lettering and Sound Effects
	Chapter Sixteen: Elements on the Page
	Chapter Seventeen: Advanced Techniques
	Chapter Eighteen: Logo Design
PART FIVE: COMPUTER LETTERING
	Chapter Nineteen: Hardware and Software
	Chapter Twenty: Fonts and Type
	Chapter Twenty-One: Using Illustrator
	Chapter Twenty-Two: Working with Art and Scans
	Chapter Twenty-Three: Working with Color
	Chapter Twenty-Four: The Final Product
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Comic books, strips, etc, Technique, Cartooning Technique, Lettering Technique