Library staff recommendation: Cartooning: Philosophy and Practice

Cartooning: Philosophy and Practice
by Ivan Brunetti
741.5 B835c Greenfield Open Stacks

In Cartooning, Ivan Brunetti gives both the novice and the experienced professional new insights into this popular yet little understood art form. Designed as a 15 week instructional course, Brunetti touches upon the technical aspects of comics, but also goes behind the surface to show the emotional possibilities of comics, and how those emotions can be communicated through the combination of drawings, panels and words. Most importantly, Brunetti helps to provide an artistic rationale for cartooning, and why it is a form of art making worth pursuing.

If you are looking for more books on how to make comics, please see:
Drawing Words and Writing Pictures by Jessica Abel and Matt Madden
741.5028 Ab34d 2008 Greenfield Open Stacks
Understanding Comics by Scott McCloud
741.5 M459u 1994 Greenfield Open Stacks

Recommended by Mike Sgier

Recommended by Mike Sgier

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