The Art of Comic Book Drawing

The Art of Comic Book Drawing Book pdf

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Maury Aaseng is an American illustrator who graduated from the University of Minnesota Duluth with a BFA degree in Graphic Design and began working as a freelance illustrator in San Diego, California, where he created drawings for young, non-fictional adults. Soon, his work expanded to the field of medical and anatomical illustration. He now enjoys collaborating with authors and experts in various medical fields to create vivid, clear illustrations for publications that illuminate essential concepts for the health, body, and nature sciences. Maury Aaseng currently resides in Duluth, Minnesota with his wife and two children near the shores of Lake Superior. His work first gained recognition at the Upstream People Gallery in 2008, and recently in 2016 a collection of his aquatic works titled Saturated Life was shown at the Great Lakes Aquarium. He has taught classes covering science illustration and nature-inspired watercolors, and in recent years has leveraged his experience creating books illustrating techniques for other emerging artists.

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The Art of Comic Book Drawing book pdf by Maury Aaseng

“Comics” are a hybrid genre in which illustrations and written words work together to tell a story. While a children’s storybook technically has a similar definition, comics are a very special and unique art form. Each page is filled with action, with “frame-by-frame” drawings each playing their part to keep the narrative going as you follow along. While it is a relatively new art form, today it exists with enormous representation and variety and serves as the occupation of tons of creative individuals. It even inspires other art forms, such as TV, film, and animation. With the advancement of technology, comics have also transcended beyond their origins in black-and-white newspaper prints to full-color graphic novels and digital formats, such as webcomics. As the art of comics has gained popularity over the years, different countries have developed their own styles and titles, many of which have become internationally recognized. Heroes such as “Batman” and “The X- Men” are international hits, drawn by artists from all over the world. In Japan, mangaka, such as Osamu Tezuka, take the comic art form in its own amazing direction. France, the United Kingdom, and Korea also make up a small handful of many countries that have made monumental contributions to this art genre.

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