The Graphic Novelist’s Guide to Drawing Perspective By Daniel Cooney - Delivered from publisher , Allow 3-5 days for delivery

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Everything you need to know about drawing perspective for comic books, from beginner graphic novel artists and upwards.

Become the best comic book artist ever.

Graphic novelist Dan Cooney will show you how to draw credible perspective from any point of view for your own stories, from creating convincing backgrounds to capturing the 'right' angle of the characters that inhabit your world.

This isn't your regular instructional book on perspective; it's a journal with proper guidance and relevant exercises on drawing scenes for the context of storytelling: practical demonstrations, an interactive workbook with grids to fill in, and inspiring artwork to complete specially designed by Daniel, makes the development of your sketching skills and the drawing mechanics needed for your storytelling an enjoyable, progressive experience.

It’s all here: the behaviour of light and its importance for drawing from imagination, the concepts of composition, visually engaging characters and environments, perspective (of course) and using references to create fantastic work from unique camera angles.

Discover everything you need to know about drawing perspective and bring your ideas to the drawing board with confidence, in this book that will inspire graphic novel artists and storytellers from beginners upwards.

This item is sent directly from the publisher. Please allow 3-5 days (UK Mainland Only)

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Search Press
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