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How to Make Awesome Comics

Category: Book
By (author): Cameron, Neill
Subject:  JUVENILE FICTION / Performing Arts / General
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels / General
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Humor / Comic Strips & Cartoons
Audience: children/juvenile
Publisher: Scholastic Inc
Published: May 2017
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 64
Size: 10.00in x 7.00in
Our Price:
$ 11.99
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Part comic book, part coloring & activity book...100% fun!

An accessible, cool, and engrossing guide for younger readers to creating their own comics and graphic novels.

Want to have awesome ideas, every time? Feel like turning your ideas into amazing stories? And ever wish you could make your creations come alive with incredible artwork?

If any of these things sounded cool to you, then How to Make Awesome Comics is the perfect book to help you on your way to comics/cartooning genius. Let Professor Panels and Art Monkey take you through every step you'll need to be on your way! From the very basics coming up with your stories and characters, learning how to draw to more advanced levels making art and text work together well, what makes a good villain, creating your own books from paper, How to Make Awesome Comics is a comprehensive and can't-put-down guide for every burgeoning artist, all from the mind of accomplished comic book-maker Neill Cameron.

Biographical NoteNeill Cameron is a cartoonist and writer, creator of the young adult graphic novels Mo-Bot High, The Pirates of Pangaea (with Daniel Hartwell) and the instructional How To Make Awesome Comics. Since 2011 his work has appeared in the weekly children's comic The Phoenix, where he produces - amongst other things - the robotic soap opera comedy Mega Robo Bros, and (with artist Kate Brown) the Cornish-set fantasy drama Tamsin and the Deep. Neill is also currently artist in residence at The Story Museum in Oxford, where he has contributed several large-scale comic strip installations and is involved in comics-based education and activities. Neill frequently travels the country giving workshops in schools, libraries and at festivals, and is a passionate advocate for the role comics can play in fostering literacy and encouraging children's creativity.

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