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Graphic Novels

Create Your Own

How To

NC 1764.5 .J3 H369395 2018

Manga fans will enjoy having such a wide variety of how-to-draw manga instruction in one convenient book. 

PN 6733 .B36 W43 2008

Presented as a series of lined-notebook cartoon collages, a visual testament to the creator's life-long quest for creative excellence explores such questions as the capacity of material objects for summoning memories and the tangible qualities of images.

PN 6710 .A69 2017

Learn how to create manga from Hirohiko Araki--creator of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure and a master of the medium!

NC 730 .C685 2016

An instructional story presented in comic book format, featuring a twelve-year-old boy who learns about drawing and life from an artist he meets in the park.

NC 1764 .L39 2012

The fascinating process of creating a graphic novel is explained in accessible language in this informative volume. This helpful guide teaches readers important techniques and encourages them to use their imaginations. 

ebrary ebook

Brunetti presents fifteen distinct lessons on the art of cartooning, guiding his readers through wittily written passages on cartooning terminology, techniques, tools, and theory. 

ebrary ebook

A guide to creating graphic novels.

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