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    Make an Establishing Shot Using the Perspective Grid Tool in Adobe IllustratorPreview image
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    How to create a setting in a comic by starting off with an establishing shot. After learning the basics of perspective drawing, we draw our own cityscape, with help from the Perspective Grid Tool in Adobe Illustrator.Read More…
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    Create a Comic: How to Plan and Lay Out Your ComicComic layout preview
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    Learn how to storyboard a comic and what kinds of panel types can be used to different effect. Using clipping masks we can quickly make a comic page that is both easy and compelling to read.Read More…
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    Create a Comic Character: Making a Character Sheet in Adobe IllustratorPreview image
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    Learn what goes into making an appealing design for your comic character, and how making a character sheet can help your comic process later on.Read More…
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    Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Drawing Characters ConsistentlyPrev
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    As part of our series on drawing human anatomy, here are some final notes so that you can not only design and draw a character fully, but draw this same character repeatedly.Read More…
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    Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Drawing Different AgesPrev
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    A detailed lesson for accurately portraying and drawing people of all ages, touching on the progression that happens over time.Read More…
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    Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw ChildrenPreview cartoon children
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    The difference between the drawing of an adult and a drawing of a baby, a child or a teenager is directly related to their anatomical proportions. But in cartoon style, it isn't only that which defines your character. There are a number of specific behaviors and mannerisms at this phase of life that allows your character to have a bigger appeal in relation to the public.Read More…
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    Human Anatomy Fundamentals: How to Draw FeetPrev
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    The foot may well be the most neglected part of the body, largely because it's so often hidden inside a shoe, or simply left outside the frame of the drawing – out of sight and out of mind.Read More…
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    Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Mastering Facial ExpressionsPrev
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    A detailed study of 58 emotions and how to bring them to life on paper... you read that right, 58!Read More…
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    Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Basics of The FacePreview
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    In this tutorial, we'll look at the proportions, features and foreshortening of the face and head.Read More…
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    Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw Cartoon HandsCartoonhands preview 400x400
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    The human hand is probably one of the hardest things to learn how to draw, since it can take many forms and, thus, express varied emotions. In cartoon it is no different. You need to be able to draw hands in different angles, which are dynamic and attractive in the eyes of the viewer. Don't underestimate the power of a well drawn cartoon hand - it can save your art from the monotony!Read More…
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    Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Create Movement and ActionCartoonmovements preview new 400x400b
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    What is a cartoon without any kind of action? What is a cartoon, that doesn't tell us a story? You may have seen artistic studies of the human body, drawn from a live model for reference. They work very well for understanding how anatomy and muscles react when we suggest a move. But the sentiment behind this movement is not clear! It's just a reproduction of real life and nothing more. The way to express movement and action in a cartoon style drawing is quite different from real life. Therefore, beyond the necessary knowledge to build your character's body, mastering the techniques needed to add life to these forms is essential. And that's what we'll talk about in this tutorial!Read More…
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    Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw a Cartoon BodyCartoonbodies preview v2 400x400
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    The pleasure of creating a cartoon character is immeasurable. The act of building and developing a character is not just linked to the construction of the figure: each character has its own shape, personality and attributes. It's OK if you already know about the proportions of the head and about facial expressions. But that knowledge is useless if you don't know how to build their bodies! The artist must take into consideration these qualities in order to build a character that is plausible in the eye of the audience. In cartoon, there are several different styles of characters, such as "goofy" and "bully." Do you want to learn more about them? That is what I will teach you in this tutorial.Read More…
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