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by Tom Alvarez

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Author: Tom Alvarez
ISBN: 0891346619
Language: English
Pages: 143 pages
Category: How To Create Comics & Manga
Publisher: North Light Books; First Edition edition (September 1, 1996)
Rating: 4.7
Formats: lit azw lrf lrf
FB2 size: 1621 kb | EPUB size: 1676 kb | DJVU size: 1112 kb

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Tom Alvarez creates the daily comic strip Sherlock Holmes, which appears in newspapers around the U. I also bought Stan Lee and John Buscema's "How to Draw Comics - The Marvel Way" from the same bookstore.

Tom Alvarez creates the daily comic strip Sherlock Holmes, which appears in newspapers around the US. He lives in Port Charlotte, Florida.

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143 pages : 29 cm. Step by step, Tom Alvarez is here to teach beginning and intermediate artists every aspect of working in the adventure style of comics. Let's chat - Supplies and equipment - Human anatomy - Heads, hands and visual expression - Clothing and drapery - Perspective - Composition - Dramatic light and shade - Lettering - Inking - Writing - Putting it all together - Comic business - Index.

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Adventure Comics (1938). Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Superhero. Considered the first true superhero book, Action Comics arrived on the scene in 1938 and remains the longest-running comic book in history. Though Action Comics began as an anthology, collecting a variety of tales, over the past few decades it has become a monthly title dedicated to it's launch character, Superman.

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Here in a single volume is a practical, comprehensive training course for budding illustrators working to master comic book art, graphic novels, fantasy posters, sci-fi book covers and illustrations, and computer games. The author, a highly successful fantasy artist, teaches the basics of human anatomical drawing and musculature, as well as perspective and composition. Art students also learn how to show their characters in many different dynamic action poses, such as flying, spinning, punching, and jumping, as well as how to express each character’s emotions through facial expressions. More than 300 color illustrations.

Adventure Comics is an American comic book series published by DC Comics from 1938 to 1983 and revived from 2009 to 2011. In its first era, the series ran for 503 issues (472 of those after the title changed from New Adventure Comics), making it the g DC series, behind Detective Comics, Action Comics, Superman, and Batman. The series was revived in 2009 through a new " issue by artist Clayton Henry and writer Geoff Johns.

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Comments (3)
Mautaxe
I was very disappointed in this book. I realized when I purchased it that it was a bit older than most books out there but I really wanted to see this artist's take on things. The overall content of the book is pretty much the same as the rest of the books of this type. It covers very basic anatomy and human proportions, but the problem is that the illustrations are just terrible. They look like high school drawings of an unskilled fan boy. Some of the drawing are very out of proportion with one arm longer than the other or heads too small for the body. This is surprising to me because I have seen the author's Shelock Holmes comic strips and the art in them is phenomenal, in my opinion. Those strips are what prompted me to want to see this book in the first place. The drapery section is its saving grace. However, this is a very small section at only a few pages and if you are familiar with drawing at all this section may not be of any help to you.
For more in depth coverage and better rendered art, I recommend Draw Comics with Dick Giordano, Drawing Dynamic Comics by Andy Smith, and Comics Crash Course by Vincent Giarrano.
Adorardana
Very good overview, nothing is discussed in detail.
Lanin
I didn't buy this book here because I was lucky to find it here in the Philippines. I found this book almost complete in its goal to teach its readers to become comic book artists. The book could have been 100% complete if it had a few pages on muscle structure (male and female), more pointers on drawing hands, foreshortening the human body and coloring. Despite these, I still rate it 5 stars.
One particular chapter that I believe stood out was the chapter on Clothing and Drapery. Learn the principles Tom outlined here and you will be able to draw clothing and drapery from memory.
It's not the only book you should buy if you want to draw comics but it definitely is a must-own book. I also bought Stan Lee and John Buscema's "How to Draw Comics - The Marvel Way" from the same bookstore. I haven't finished reading it yet because I'm already practicing breakdowns (posing your character using basic shapes prior to filling them in with muscles and covering them with clothes or costumes) as Tom suggested we do for at least a week or better months or a year (what a perfectionist, ey?).