Understanding Comics by Scott McCloud Men of Tomorrow by Gerard Jones The .. del dibujo y las herramientas que se usan para crear una página de cómic. Scott McCloud tore down the wall between high and low culture in with Understanding Comics, a massive comic book about comics. DESCRIPTION. Excelente recopilacin de la experiencia de Mc Cloud en los terrenos de la narracin grfica, con magnficas recomendaciones y.
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Mostrando de 2 opiniones. His follow-up, Reinventing Comicstries to turn the idea on its head by suggesting a variety of hhacer forms. Mar 23, Michael rated it it was amazing Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem.
I got this book when I was really young, and it’s what got me into comics.
I really enjoy Scott McCloud. McCloud begins by explaining the nature of comics – what they are, what different kinds of comics there are – and branches into incredibly detailed coverage of every aspect of the process of creating a comic. The Comic Books 3. Comprar los productos seleccionados conjuntamente Este producto: Refresh and try again. Now, in Making ComicsMcCloud focuses his analysis on the art form itself, exploring the creation of comics, from the broadest principles to the sharpest details like how to hacwr a character’s facial muscles in order to form the emotion of disgust mcclooud than the emotion of surprise.
Feb 28, Toby rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I don’t really want to purchase any more books. You’ll learn a lot about how the medium works, and it’ll make you appreciate your already favorite books even more. I highly recommend this book for those interested in creating comics, especially if you’ve had no formal training. Otras ediciones – Ver todo Making Comics: Jan 17, Kellan Gibby rated it it was amazing Shelves: Probably one of the best art books I’ve ever read.
Touches hqcer topics such as clarity, setting up the scenes, and learning the difference between throwing words and images on a piece of paper and “hoping” the audience gets it versus carefully thinking about, constructing, and presenting clmics and words effectively to convey a story. Even if you don’t actually want to “make” comics, this is still a great book to further your understanding of them.
It’s not the sort of info that you’ll ever think about while reading, but I can see its value.
Jan 28, Ashley rated it it was amazing. I’ve read it half-a-dozen times, and I’m doing the mccloue exercises, and I’m very angry about how correct he often is. And there are chapters which I think would benefit any students working in any medium, be it graphic arts, film, or literature, as McCloud does a fine job of discussing story structure and the uses of symbolic elements to engage readers.
Making Comics – Scott McCloud – Google Libros
Often, he will illustrate the points he makes within his own comic panels, or in a didactic side panel next to his own commentary. But, in breaking down how to make great comics, the author also teaches the reader how to make great visual art and tell a great story.
Xcott walks the reader through scot mechanics of comics how to frame, write, and illustrate comics most effectively into the more tricky technical area of facial expressions and how to draw them with clear, practical, and humorous voice.
Mentor Texts 1 5 May 11, Towards the end, though, McCloud mentions another factor that may be holding him back when he I’ve always wondered why the master of explaining comics has never achieved the status of master of creating comics. Even if you don’t like reading or drawing your own comics who doesn’t!?
Making Comics: Storytelling Secrets of Comics, Manga and Graphic Novels
I don’t think I’ll ever do get involved with such a thing again, but this book is very interesting regardless. Amazon Second Chance Donar, intercambiar, dar una segunda vida. Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. I feel that in reading this I have a better idea on how to do my Graphic Novel final.
Although I did not personally enjoy this volume as much as the first, mostly because of the many references conics to that first work, I am planning to recommend this book to the art teachers in my school district, as it provides an excellent overvie I enjoyed McCloud’s first book, Undestanding Comicsquite a bit, and followed up with his other technical works, as he seems to consistently offer interesting analysis of comics and insights into why they are ore than just a children’s entertainment.
As the title suggests, It is a more technical and instructional book. I don’t think that this book is quite as accessible as the others–it presumes a lot of foreknowledge.
Comic book readers and artists. Jun 25, Jil H rated it it was amazing.