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omg i have the book that the spongebob ones are in
This is a really great guide to composing illustrations. What I found the most interesting are the constraints in which each example is presented; a comic panel/screen. In outlining Modular Comics 2.0, part of my goal was to promote effective use of panels to tell a story within the constraints of the smaller screen (mobile phone), that are then composed into a full page for tablet and print reading.
As comics continue towards digital distribution, creators should be mindful of guidelines such as this and Modular Comics 2.0 to create comics that work across mediums.
Yes! If only I could draw…
I’ve had a general idea what these things did but wasn’t completely sure what their specific functions were. I decided to sit down and figure it out, and I have thrown together a short reference guide for anyone who is confused about them. I know there are…
WORKING IN MANGA STUDIO DEBUT WITH DOUG HILLS
By Michael Schilf
The Script Lab
So you’re a screenwriter in Hollywood trying to land your next writing gig (or first) in order to pay the rent for that ant-infested studio apartment on the south side of Korea Town. Or you’re in Dubuque, Iowa, doing your 9 to 5 at a meat…
2 Put one word after another. Find the right word, put it down.
3 Finish what you’re writing. Whatever you have to do to finish it, finish it.
4 Put it aside. Read it pretending you’ve never read it before. Show it to
friends whose opinion you respect and who like the kind of…
Make your own Rorschach mask! Psychotic tendencies not included.
Making a custom brush in Photoshop. Quick Dirty tutorial.
|—||Robert A Heinlein via Cory Doctorow|
How To of the Day: Stencil in stealth mode with style, courtesy of Lauren Smith and Derek Fagerstrom’s marvelously mischievous life manual Show Me How: 500 Things You Should Know Instructions for Life From the Everyday to the Exotic.
Earlier: The Pig Prank.