THE DC Comics Guide to Digitally Drawing Comics
At last-the first guide to drawing comics digitally! Artists! Gain incredible superpowers...with the help of your computer! The DC Comics Guide to Digitally Drawing Comics shows how to give up pencil, pen, and paper and start drawing dynamic, exciting comics art entirely with computer tools. Author Freddie E Williams is one of DC Comics' hottest artists and a leader in digital penciling and inking-and here, in clear, step-by-step directions, he guides readers through every part of the digital process, from turning on the computer to finishing a digital file of fully inked comic art, ready for print. Creating a template, sketching on the computer, penciling, and finally inking digitally are all covered in depth, along with bold, timesaving shortcuts created by Williams, tested by years of trial and error. Step into the digital age, streamline the drawing process, and leap over the limitations of mere physical drawing materials with The DC Guide to Digitally Drawing Comics.
- Paperback | 144 pages
- 190.5 x 264.16 x 10.16mm | 498.95g
- 01 Sep 2009
- Random House USA Inc
- Random House Inc
- New York, United States
- Frontispiece; Illustrations, color
About Freddie Williams
Freddie E. Williams II has worked on the record-breaking DC Comics miniseries Countdown, DC's Robin series, The Flash, and many other titles. Visit him on the Web at freddieart.com. After making his professional comics debut in 1975, Brian Bolland perfected his clean-line style and meticulous attention on 2000 AD and Judge Dredd. He's illustrated the DC Comics maxi-series Camelot 3000, Batman: The Killing Joke, and a host of covers for series including Animal Man, The Flash, The Invisibles, Wonder Woman, and many more. Since 1997 his work has been completely digital.