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Creating Funny Comics

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by Moreno Chiacchiera
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Creating Funny Comics by Moreno Chiacchiera

Readers who dream of making people laugh with their comic creations will learn the skills they need to do so as they create their own funny comics. Readers discover helpful tips for drawing cartoon figures, heads, and expressions, as well as creating speech bubbles for their characters. Step-by-step instructions allow readers to progress as artists, moving from drawing a single cavewoman to an entire funny story. Each step is accompanied by sketches to guide readers through the process. Funny, full-color illustrations of each example will make readers laugh as they're learning!

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Ebook Details
Pages: 32
Size: 10.3 MB
Publisher: PowerKids Press
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781477759189 (DRM-PDF)

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