Good Ideas for Drawing Comics

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Comics allow you to take something that previously only existed in your head and get it down on paper no matter how fantastical it may be. Get good ideas for drawing comics with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey, what's up? Chris in the house and today we're going to be learning some cool ideas how to draw with comics. So, the first thing we're going to do is we're going to put our boxes which is two lines across and two lines down and we're going to do that. Then we're going to do one more box. Okay, now cool ideas for drawing comics is like action stuff so say like you have this guy right? And this guy, we'll draw the hair and it's a tight shot, so you have this tight shot of his face looking and you have his nose and his eyes look like you know, he's really upset, so he's looking all angry and have like the shot of him pointing, there's his finger, so you have the hand now. And draw emphasis lines like that so he's pointing like you, right? Then you can have, take another color. Colors are important too so you have another color of a person that they're looking and it's like from, you're looking from, you're behind them. So you're seeing that person looking at this guy originally. So what you do is you have that shot at that hand with the finger pointing at you and so forth like you know, pointing at you. Then you could have little dialog bubbles or whatever, then at this end you can put like an exclamation point so he gets it right? Then the next thing is you draw the hand and the fist and these emphasis lines and he's pushing that guy's face in. And here's the ear, teeth coming out, there's his mouth, the hair is going back and you know, these are cool tricks you can do. So now you show that emphasis like bam, you know, add a little bam to it and there it is. I'm Chris and this is how you draw good ideas for drawing comics.


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