Cartooning for KidsBook - 1993
For children who love comics and want to create their own, this high-spirited activity book teaches budding cartoonists the basics of sketching animals, people, superheroes, and scenery in easy-to-follow steps. The instruction begins with a few basics -- including the importance of putting wild imaginations to use -- and culminates with multiframe comic strips and even ideas for further projects like greeting cards and flip books. Guiding readers toward making the invisible not only visible, but full of movement, color, texture, and emotion as well, the book conveys subtle skills such as showing emotion using body positions. Colorfully illustrated by the author, it contains plenty of inspiration to motivate young artists to tell stories, develop a sense of artistic expression, and have lots of fun along the way.
Publisher: Toronto : Greey de Pencier Books, c1993.
Characteristics: 64 p. :,col. ill. ;,21 cm x 26 cm.
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