Web Comics for Teens

Web Comics for Teens

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by Michael Duggan
     
 

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Are you always doodling heroes and villains for your own comic adventures? Have you ever imagined creating your own comic book for other to read? Look no further! "Web Comics for Teens" gives you the knowledge to make your dreams of becoming a comic artist come true. This book will teach you what computer software you need, how to start your own home studio, how to

Overview

Are you always doodling heroes and villains for your own comic adventures? Have you ever imagined creating your own comic book for other to read? Look no further! "Web Comics for Teens" gives you the knowledge to make your dreams of becoming a comic artist come true. This book will teach you what computer software you need, how to start your own home studio, how to invent characters and stories, and finally, how to create your own comics to publish on the Web. Web Comics for Teens includes discussions on developing drawing skills, character design, creating compelling story lines, getting your work noticed online, and much more. Benefits:
• Shows you how to become a comic artist or animator using the most popular materials and tools.
• Contains step-by-step instructions on how to draw comic art, use computer illustration programs, and show off your skills on the Web.
• Reveals tricks that Web comic artists use and how you can use them to take your art to the next level.
• Companion CD includes complete resources for you and a trial version of Adobe Flash and Adobe Illustrator.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781598636680
Publisher:
Course Technology PTR
Publication date:
01/01/2008
Sold by:
CENGAGE LEARNING
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
6 MB

Meet the Author

Mike Duggan is an instructor at North Arkansas College, where he teaches computer art and game design. He designed the core curriculum for the gaming and robotics program at Bryan College, based in Kansas City, Missouri, and has been a guest speaker on the topic of game engine technology at several conferences. He is the author of "The Official Guide to 3D GameStudio," "Torque for Teens," "2D Game Building for Teens," and "Web Comics for Teens," also from Cengage Learning. Mike spends most of his free time drawing cartoons and making animations for games.

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