Usborne, Jan 1, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages
Shows how to create colourful, professional-looking cartoons, starting from simple outlines, and proceeding to facial expressions and movement. There is advice on how to draw strip cartoons and special effect cartoons, with information on inexpensive drawing materials.
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Action pictures Angry Scheming baby Back view Big ears body shape burglar Cartoon animals cartoon heads circles clothes Colored pencils copy cross the face curve depth different expressions draw cartoon drawn smaller erase Eyebrows Eyes face look face turns Felt-tips filling in large finished strip Forehead frame front give hair Hands and shoes Happy Laughing Sad I I I I joke large areas Left leg LETTERS limbs Long tail look farther lots man's Monkey mouth move nose outline overlaps paper Pelvis pencil lines crossing Pencils Pencils person leans forward picture in perspective Put speech Right arm round head rounder Scenery Sheep Shiny Side view sideways silhouettes Sketch the figures slightly longer smudge snout Sound effects Special effects speech bubbles starting stick figure Strip cartoons Suspicious Scared Startled Technical drawing pens tidy Tilting tips toes trunk USBORNE HOTSHOTS vanishing point Walking Running white patch woman