Art

Drawing: Cartooning 1

Author: Jack Keely

Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 40

View: 920

Learn the basics of cartooning with Jack Keely and Carson van Osten! Cartooning 1 explores the basics of cartooning, from character construction to figures in motion, and shows you how to create a variety of lovable characters—from a perky puppy to a personable toaster! With step-by-step projects and artist's tips on drawing humans, cute critters, and anthropomorphized objects, you’ll find a wealth of charming cartoons to inspire and guide you as you learn the art of traditional cartooning, step by easy step. In this book, Jack Keely (with some help from Carson van Osten) invites you into the cartooning world and explains his drawing techniques, as well as his methods of developing a cartoon to its fullest. You will learn to impart personality and expression as you discover a host of tips and techniques that will help you bring your cartoons to life. This book will be a welcome addition to any cartoonist's library! Designed for beginners, the How to Draw & Paint series offers an easy-to-follow guide that introduces artists to basic tools and materials and includes simple step-by-step lessons for a variety of projects suitable for the aspiring artist. Cartooning 1 allows artists to widen the scope of their abilities, demonstrating how to animate a character, from character development to movement and dialogue.
Art

Cartooning: Animation 1 with Preston Blair

Author: Preston Blair

Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 40

View: 541

Learn the basics of cartoon animation from acclaimed cartoon animator Preston Blair! Join acclaimed cartoon animator Preston Blair as he explains and demonstrates the magic of cartoon animation. Learn to develop a cartoon character’s shape, personality, features, and mannerisms; how to create movements, such as walking, running, skipping, and sneaking; and tips on using lines of action and creating realistic motion. From cartooning basics to more advanced animation techniques, Animation 1 is a welcome introduction for artists ready to bring their drawings to life. Designed for beginners, the How to Draw & Paint series offers an easy-to-follow guide that introduces artists to basic tools and materials and includes simple step-by-step lessons for a variety of projects suitable for the aspiring artist. Animation 1 allows artists to widen the scope of their abilities, demonstrating how to animate a character, from character development to movement and dialogue.
Art

Cartooning: Cartooning 1

Author: Jack Keely

Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 32

View: 289

Learn all about the exciting realm of cartooning! In Cartooning 1, Jack Keely (with some help from Carson van Osten) invites you into the cartooning world and shows you how to create a variety of lovable characters-from a perky puppy to a personable toaster! In this book, the author explains his drawing techniques, as well as his methods of developing a cartoon to its fullest. You will learn to impart personality and expression as you discover a host of tips and techniques that will help you really bring your cartoons to life. Best of all, you’ll find a wealth of charming cartoon characters to inspire you. This book will be a welcome addition to any cartoonist's library!
Juvenile Nonfiction

Blitz Big Book Of Cartooning 1

Author: Bruce Blitz

Publisher: Running Press

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 320

View: 426

Discover the tricks of the cartooning trade with help from Bruce Blitz, host of the Emmy-nominated PBS program Cartooning with Blitz. Transform the simplest doodles into elaborate illustrations of a policeman, a lion, or even a unique, original comic strip!
Art

Cartooning: Cartooning 1

Author: Jack Keely

Publisher: Walter Foster Pub

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 32

View: 814

Learn how to create a variety of lovable characters, from a perky puppy to a personable toaster. The authors explain their drawing techniques, and the methods of developing a cartoon to its fullest.

Draw! Draw! Draw! #1 Crazy Cartoons with Mark Kistler

Author: Mark Kistler

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 62

View: 363

Learn to draw CRAZY CARTOONS with America's best-loved art instructor! Emmy award-winning Mark Kistler's super-fun instructional book explodes with personality and encouragement. Now newly expanded, CRAZY CARTOONS is filled with clear, simple, step-by-step instructions on how to draw cool cartoon people and their bizarre buddies--including faces, hands and feet. Plus space to let your own imagination run wild! "Revised, expanded and reissued. Originally titled Dare to Draw in 3-D: Crazy Characters"
Art

Cartooning for the Beginner

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 533

Covers the basic techniques beginning cartoonists need to get started drawing both comic strips and animation.
Art

The Little Book of Cartooning & Illustration

Author: Maury Aaseng

Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 128

View: 266

In The Little Book of Cartooning & Illustration, beginning cartoonists, animators, and illustrators will discover key concepts associated with learning the art of traditional cartooning and animation. With this guide, dozens of tips from the pros will help you find the materials and tools you need to develop your own unique style. A combination of creative step-by-step projects and open practice areas offer encouragement and invite participation for those artists who want to put their newfound skills to immediate use. You'll learn all the cartooning and animation tricks of the trade, including: The squash and stretch principle Exaggerating details Rendering faces and expressions Anthropomorphizing inanimate objects Creating original characters Mastering body shapes and movement Writing gags and jokes With so many tools at your disposal, why wait any longer to start animating? Get started, get drawing! The Little Book of ... series focuses on delivering fun, approachable, and interesting art instruction in a fresh, portable format. With its contemporary design, open practice pages, creative exercises, and prompts that encourage interactivity, beginning artists learn the fundamentals of their craft, often with immediate results.
Art

Cartooning: Character Design

Author: Sherm Cohen

Publisher: Walter Foster Pub

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 32

View: 361

"Designing different 'types,' conveying emotion, adding props and costumes, developing a personal style
Art

Humongous Book of Cartooning

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 224

View: 967

Henry is generally well-behaved, but he is occasionally arrogant and vain. Henry is at heart a hard worker, but his frequent bouts of illness hinder his work.
Art

Cartooning the Head & Figure

Author: Jack Hamm

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 120

View: 801

Offers tips and techniques for cartooning the head and figure in various positions and attitudes.
History

Cartooning Texas

Author: Maury B. Forman

Publisher: Texas A&M University Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 193

View: 661

Cartooning Texas presents a century of this state's history through a craft that is one of the nation's liveliest art forms. Few states have enjoyed as rich a history of political cartooning as the great state of Texas. William Sydney (O. Henry) Porter and his depiction of railroad graft, turn-of-the century Tobe Bateman and his trademark goat, Pulitzer Prize winner Ben Sargent--these cartoonists have helped readers understand what this country's changes would mean to them. Even the first cartoon known to have lampooned native son Lyndon Johnson appears in these pages. Their sometimes humorous, always pointed lines have appeared in the Austin American-Statesman, the Rolling Stone, the Houston Post, the Dallas Morning News, and other state papers. With deft movements of pen across page, they have portrayed the events and personalities that have shaped public life. Lone Star cartoonists have provided a record that will amuse and educate new generations of Texans as well as those who remember the originals. Maury B. Forman and Robert A. Calvert provide context and explanations for each cartoon and overviews of each decade's main developments in the art.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Art for Kids: Cartooning

Author: Art Roche

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 111

View: 991

Provides budding artists with instruction on creating cartoons, along with advice on writing jokes, composing panels, and getting published, with an emphasis on original illustrations and developing a personal style.
Drawing

Cartooning

Author: Jack Keely

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Drawing

Page: 32

View: 519

Learn all about the exciting realm of cartooning! In Cartooning 1, Jack Keely (with some help from Carson van Osten) invites you into the cartooning world and shows you how to create a variety of lovable characters-from a perky puppy to a personable toaster! In this book, the author explains his drawing techniques, as well as his methods of developing a cartoon to its fullest.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Drawing Cartoons from Numbers

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Chris Hart Books

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 176

View: 926

Drawing can be as easy as 1, 2, 3! With this entry in his popular Drawing Shape by Shape series, bestselling author Christopher Hart has created his most inventive characters yet. Each one begins with a number, and the detailed, step-by-step instructions make it simple to construct each clever and delightful image. With numbers ranging from 1-1001, children can learn art and practice counting, too!
Art

Creative Cartooning

Author: Tim Van De Vall

Publisher: Walter Foster

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 64

View: 255

DIVWith its combination of valuable tips, techniques, and engaging step-by-step lessons, Creative Cartooning is the perfect resource for learning to draw polished, professional-looking cartoons./div

Cartoon Comic Strip 2-in-1. Strip & Basic

Author: Bestir Blanks

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 168

View: 154

Why choose 1, when you can have both, and MORE! This very book, "Cartoon Comic Strip 2-in-1. Strip & Basic: Blank Cartooning Paper & Comic Panelbook for Kids, Young Graphic Novelists, or Drawing Beginners, to Practice Freehand Sketch & Page Work Collection!", is equipped with these invincible superpowers! BUY 1 GET 2: Unsure which comic layout to pick? Worry no more. This book combines 2 most common (and easiest to draw in) comic layouts in 1 book. Strip (6 panels straight) & Basic (3 panels straight) layouts. It is most helpful for reluctant cartoonists, persons buying the book for others, or budding illustrators who want to practice a variety of layouts! HEALTHY FUN: Drawing makes the imagination of a child to literally bloom. This book facilitates a child's creative side by the friendliest most-basic drawing boxes organized in a way that lends itself to natural storytelling. Adults & children can have creative fun together drawing a comic book that they can have as a keepsake forever! GOOD BEGINNING: All pre-formatted blocks are in the size large enough for drawing and coloring in with ease. For each layout, every single page is identical. Plus, 3 pages bonus of cartoon explosion examples that ignite your inspiration. This book would be a perfect sketch book for the budding comic enthusiast of all ages and genders who could soon become a comic book professional artist! PERFECT SIZE: The book is in the size so similar to real comics. Easy to carry around, so professional looking, and super exciting as the owners can see & feel how their work looks like as a REAL comics! INSPIRING: The owner can make his/her own book cover by either drawing in the comic frames at the front and back cover, or by drawing in a full page blank paper (the first inside pages at the front and the back) which have been reserved for such purpose, to make the cover full-page! Moreover, the space at the spine reserved for one's own comic book name and its volume number, to personalize this comic book and show it to family members, friends, or classmates! STAY ORGANIZED: This book comes with page numbers and a blank table of contents, allowing the owner to write the names of each story and its page number. Looking all stories hence becomes so easily at a glance. Plus, rather than papers strewn everywhere, this book lets the owner keep his/her valuable works in one place, easy to find. With book industry standard binding with spine, the book is sturdy. It can be kept chronologically on shelf or in a bookcase, developing a valuable and memorable collection of his/her drawings over the years! QUALITY LAYOUT: Clean lines. Clear paneling structure. Boxes in consistent size. Stylish design. Ample void between the book spine and drawing panels. This book is designed with care and with quality that makes it the perfect blank canvas for anyone who draws their own comics or cartoons! WRITE ON!! : As many as 160 pages to draw in (80 pages each layout), and the ability to continue on the next book when the pages are used up, thanks to the personal volume number at the spine, makes this book never runs out of space, so the owner can never run out of imagination, when it comes to cartoon drawing! "Cartoon Comic Strip 2-in-1. Strip & Basic" is the huge creativity boosters come in twos! It would make a great gift for yourself, a little artist of the house, a keen picture story teller, or any cartoon drawing first learners who could use the encouragement!

Cartoon Comic Strip 2-in-1. Basic & Staggered

Author: Bestir Blanks

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 170

View: 431

Why choose 1, when you can have both, and MORE! This very book, "Cartoon Comic Strip 2-in-1. Basic & Staggered: Blank Cartooning Paper & Comic Panelbook for Kids, Young Graphic Novelists, or Drawing Beginners, to Practice Freehand Sketch & Page Work Collection!," is equipped with these invincible superpowers! BUY 1 GET 2: Unsure which comic layout to pick? Worry no more. This book combines 2 most common (and easiest to draw in) comic layouts in 1 book. Basic (3 panels straight) & Staggered (6 panels staggered) layouts. It is most helpful for reluctant cartoonists, persons buying the book for others, or budding illustrators who want to practice a variety of layouts! HEALTHY FUN: Drawing makes the imagination of a child to literally bloom. This book facilitates a child's creative side by the friendliest most-basic drawing boxes organized in a way that lends itself to natural storytelling. Adults & children can have creative fun together drawing a comic book that they can have as a keepsake forever! GOOD BEGINNING: All pre-formatted blocks are in the size large enough for drawing and coloring in with ease. For each layout, every single page is identical. Plus, 3 pages bonus of cartoon explosion examples that ignite your inspiration. This book would be a perfect sketch book for the budding comic enthusiast of all ages and genders who could soon become a comic book professional artist! PERFECT SIZE: The book is in the size so similar to real comics. Easy to carry around, so professional looking, and super exciting as the owners can see & feel how their work looks like as a REAL comics! INSPIRING: The owner can make his/her own book cover by either drawing in the comic frames at the front and back cover, or by drawing in a full page blank paper (the first inside pages at the front and the back) which have been reserved for such purpose, to make the cover full-page! Moreover, the space at the spine reserved for one's own comic book name and its volume number, to personalize this comic book and show it to family members, friends, or classmates! STAY ORGANIZED: This book comes with page numbers and a blank table of contents, allowing the owner to write the names of each story and its page number. Looking all stories hence becomes so easily at a glance. Plus, rather than papers strewn everywhere, this book lets the owner keep his/her valuable works in one place, easy to find. With book industry standard binding with spine, the book is sturdy. It can be kept chronologically on shelf or in a bookcase, developing a valuable and memorable collection of his/her drawings over the years! QUALITY LAYOUT: Clean lines. Clear paneling structure. Boxes in consistent size. Stylish design. Ample void between the book spine and drawing panels. This book is designed with care and with quality that makes it the perfect blank canvas for anyone who draws their own comics or cartoons! WRITE ON!!: As many as 160 pages to draw in (80 pages each layout), and the ability to continue on the next book when the pages are used up, thanks to the personal volume number at the spine, makes this book never runs out of space, so the owner can never run out of imagination, when it comes to cartoon drawing! "Cartoon Comic Strip 2-in-1. Basic & Staggered" is the huge creativity boosters come in twos! It would make a great gift for yourself, a little artist of the house, a keen picture story teller, or any cartoon drawing first learners who could use the encouragement!
Art

How to Cartoon

Author: Robin Hall

Publisher: Sterling Innovation

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 96

View: 469

Doodle your way to out-of-this-world cartoons with this fabulous kit! It includes a how-to book, one black pen, eight colored pencils, one pencil sharpener, 16 sheets of tracing paper, and 66 sheets of drawing paper. The Art of Cartooning paperback guide teaches all the techniques you’ll need for drawing basic cartoon characters as well as generating your very own cartoon strips. With Robin Hall’s innovative methods, both beginning cartoonists and more experienced artists who want to learn this fun style will be on their way to creating cartoons in just a few strokes! KIT INCLUDES: - 96-page Art of Cartooning book - 66 sheets drawing paper - 16 sheets tracing paper - 8 colored pencils - 1 black pen - 1 pencil sharpener
Art

Action! Cartooning

Author:

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 95

View: 702

Offers step-by-step instructions for drawing faces, anatomy, creating emotion, and drawing figures in action settings.