Draw! #27

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  • In Draw! #27, the professional ‘how-to’ magazine on comics and animation, we cover the “Cover Guy”, Dave Johnson! From 100 Bullets to Deadpool, Punisher Max and more, Johnson gives us an intensive blow-by-blow on the creative process that makes him a top cover artist for Marvel, Dc, Image, and others. Also: Even if you don’t know his name, you’ve seen Stephen Silver’s work as one of today’s most in-demand character designers, for shows such as Kim Possible, Danny Phantom, and Kevin Smith’s animated Clerks series. Silver even has his own Character Design App, and will walk you through his approach to creating the look for some of the most recognizable creations in Hollywood. Plus: “The Right Way, the Wrong Way, and the Ordway!” with new columnist Jerry Ordway; ‘Crusty Critic’ Jamar Nicholas reviews art supplies; and “Comic Art Bootcamp” by Draw! editor Mike Manley and Bret Blevins! Note: May contain nudity for figure-drawing instruction; suggested for

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Product Description

  • Binding
    Magazine  
    Cat No.
    2975146  
    Comics Wednesday
    Comics Wednesday 19/03/2014  
    Genre
    Art & Design  
    ISBN
    18265827764200  
    Previews
    Previews October 2013  
    Publisher
    TwoMorrows Publishing  
    Type
    Magazines  
    Volume
    27  
  • In Draw! #27, the professional ‘how-to’ magazine on comics and animation, we cover the “Cover Guy”, Dave Johnson! From 100 Bullets to Deadpool, Punisher Max and more, Johnson gives us an intensive blow-by-blow on the creative process that makes him a top cover artist for Marvel, Dc, Image, and others. Also: Even if you don’t know his name, you’ve seen Stephen Silver’s work as one of today’s most in-demand character designers, for shows such as Kim Possible, Danny Phantom, and Kevin Smith’s animated Clerks series. Silver even has his own Character Design App, and will walk you through his approach to creating the look for some of the most recognizable creations in Hollywood. Plus: “The Right Way, the Wrong Way, and the Ordway!” with new columnist Jerry Ordway; ‘Crusty Critic’ Jamar Nicholas reviews art supplies; and “Comic Art Bootcamp” by Draw! editor Mike Manley and Bret Blevins! Note: May contain nudity for figure-drawing instruction; suggested for

    Mature Readers Only.

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