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How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way

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In an announcement made on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021, it was revealed that , Humberto Ramos, and Edgard Delgado will be collaborating on How to Create Comics the Marvel Way. The new book, which follows in the footsteps of classic volumes like How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way by Stan Lee and John Buscema.

How to Create Comics the Marvel Way

How To Create Comics The Marvel Way

How to Create Comics the Marvel Way will give readers the chance to see how the process of creating a Marvel Comic unfolds by following Steve Rogers as he creates Spider-Mans newest comic book issue. As you can see from the cover image, he looks like hes hard at work as characters like the Incredible Hulk, Captain Marvel, and Rocket Raccoon look on.

In the quote provided to Comics Beat by publisher Simon & Schuster, the reason Waid is the right person for the job was highlighted: Drawing from his own experiences of working with dozens of artists and crafting some of the most beloved Marvel stories of all time, Waid takes readers inside every stage of the collaborative process.

If youre looking for something to read as you wait for the new volume to be released, you arent just limited to How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way. Theres alsoStan Lees How to Write Comicsand Stan Lees How to Draw Comics, both of which feature artwork from tons of Marvel Comics legends, including Steve Ditko, Jack Kirby, and Frank Cho.

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  • I remember exactly this issue with tech drawing way back at school vanishing points that sat a long way off the page. A massive board to mouth the paper on, with the VPs on the board, plus a load of guide lines put on seemed to be the order of the day. Id imaging at large scale art thatd be reduced down to comic size a *very* large mounting board would be required. however if guide VP lines are lightly sketched in on the page initially, itd be easy enough to do one set of lines and reseat the paper to do other lines then eye-balling any lines between these would not be too onerous.

    At some point it obviously would become easier to have infinite VP, thus parallel lines. 3 infinite distance VPs giving a totally isometric tech drawing.

    I suppose in using 1 or 2 point VP, rather than 3 point, youre pretending the VP is infinitely far away in one direction.

    tl dr I feel your pain.

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    How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way

    Cover art by John Buscema

    How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way is a book by Stan Lee and John Buscema. The book teaches the aspiring comic book artist how to draw and create comic books. The examples are from and Buscema artwork. It was first published in 1978 by and has been reprinted regularly. The book created a generation of cartoonists who learned there was a “Marvel way to draw and a wrong way to draw”. It is considered “one of the best instruction books on creating comics ever produced.”

    Some believe the “exercises in the book are silly with its stick figures, cylinders, cubes, and storytelling.”Scott McCloud has cited the book as a good reference for teaching the process of making comic books.

    Lee and Buscema also created a video version of the book which is now on DVD.

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