Master the materials, practical exercises, and easy techniques for drawing your own cartoons


by Hal Tollison

This book has everything you need to help you find your inner cartooning artist. Cartooning, from the Artist's Library series, covers the basics of character construction—from heads, hands and body parts to full-body figures. It also explores fascinating techniques such as aging your characters, putting them into action, or adding details—such as how to draw voice balloons or how to create realistic drapes and folds in clothing. And you will even learn about the materials that you need to get started, as well as tips and techniques that promote proficiency. If you’ve ever wanted to master cartooning, this “how to” book is the one for you: With this informative title and just a little practice, you’ll have everything you need to start producing professional-looking cartoons! (64-page paperback, 6.5" x 9.5")

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