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How To Draw Comics

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Whenever I sit down to draw, one of the first things I do is pick the Podcast or Audio Book I’m going to listen to! I mean is there any better way to passively soak up knowledge? So as I was brainstorming new ways to give value to the How To Draw Comics Community, I figured starting a Podcast might be one of the best new learning resources we could create for you. Tune in for new episodes every Monday where we’ll be discussing a range of topics surrounding the career, lifestyle, challenges, ...
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You will be learning how to draw animals such as Cat, Dogs, Cheetahs, Lions, and much, much more and I can't wait to start tell about the tips and tricks of drawings and let you experience them by yourself and practice to get better and i’m am really excited to start helping you guys and I hope you stay inspired and continue drawing as much as you can to get better and i will help you get started with your drawings and i’m and ready to start helping you guys.
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🎓 For more comic art tips, tricks and tutorials sign up to our email list, for FREE, at: https://www.howtodrawcomics.net/Do you ever find yourself laying down lines on a fresh page wondering why the heck nothing's working out the way you want it too?You know you're better than this. You've got the skills. So what gives? Why are your characters just…
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Today on the Creator Spotlight I invite Joshua Derstine back to talk about his debut comic book AMAROK. We'll be discussing his workflow and approach to illustrating the book, the appeal of ultra-detailed line art, and where he wants to take his talents next.Click here now to back AMAROK: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/amarok#/🎓 For more comic …
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Are you ready to learn from a pro in the comic book industry? Look no further! We're thrilled to have Mark Poulton joining us on our latest episode.Mark is a true hustler in the world of comics, consistently putting out incredible work. And he's here to share his wisdom and insights on what it takes to make it in this competitive field.But that's n…
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🎓 For more comic art tips, tricks and tutorials sign up to our email list, for FREE, at: https://www.howtodrawcomics.net/The AI Art apocalypse is nigh... or is it?The advent of AI Art has a lot of Artists concerned for a number of reasons. They don't want their art used without reciprocity. They don't want to lose their jobs. Most of all, they don'…
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Veteran comic artist Dan Lawlis joins us today for a long awaited interview. The moment I saw Dan’s work - I knew this was a guy I needed to talk comics with(and collaborate with someday too).He’s worked for a bunch of comic book companies, and on a ton of titles throughout the decades - and now, after stepping away to do a stint in storyboarding a…
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In this interview I catch up with AirithSaga to talk about his endeavor to create his own crowdfunding platform. AirithSaga is a comic creator with a vast background in marketing, who has successfully crowdfunded three campaigns, and is known for his innovative approach to cultivating an unforgettable customer experience for his backers.You can che…
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In today's interview I catch up with comic artist and creator Joe Sonntag, the author of Reaper Destroyer, to talk comic book illustration.We'll discuss Joe's process for making comics, his influences and talk about his go-to techniques for penciling and inking.Follow Joe Sonntag at - Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqozxQG7M8iM2VL6NY23hQ…
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A single comic book page can take a long time to illustrate, let alone an entire book. As comic book artists it's vital that we develop the ability to be patient with our work. To stick in there and see it through until the end - all the while putting our best foot forward.In this video, I'll share 5 useful tips to help you have more patience with …
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In this episode of the How to Draw Comics Podcast, HTDC's Ed Foychuk talks with his daughter, and fellow creator, Joey Foychuk about what it’s like to be a young learner of the craft. They talk about everything from modern inspirations, to working together for course creation.Click here to check out Ed and Joey's 'Drawing for Kids' course series: h…
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In our latest episode of the How to Draw Comics Podcast, Ed Foychuk and I caught up to discuss the topic of 'laziness', and how to avoid it so you can meet those impending deadlines!If you want to make money from your art, chances are you're going to take on more than a few art commissions throughout your career. But more importantly, you'll have t…
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In today's episode of the How to Draw Comics Podcast I’m joined by a very special guest - Michael Pedro. Michael is an animation art director and concept designer for video games and film; specializing primarily in environment, character and creature design.He is also one of our newest instructors on How to Draw Comics . net, so I thought we’d invi…
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Welcome to another episode of the How to Draw Comics Podcast! The topic of today is 'Sex in Comics'! How do people generally feel about comic books with heavy sexual themes? Is there a line that can be be crossed, and if so where do we draw it? What's the difference between art which is sexually themed and nudity?These are the very same questions w…
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In today's episode of the How to Draw Comics Podcast we're joined by a very special guest - Marc Brunet. Marc is a successful artist, instructor and entrepreneur who has worked for some of the largest studios in the world. But that's not what he's most known for.Over the years Marc has built up his learning platform Cubebrush into a go to education…
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In this episode of the How to Draw Comics Podcast special guest artist ModernDayJames (James Murphy) joins us to share his experiences as both a practicing artist and versed instructor.James has lead an interesting path as an artist, exploring a variety of creative avenues and disciplines, to ultimately find what he was most passionate about - draw…
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Impatience comes hand in hand with any art form. When we set out to create something, it'll demand a significant amount of thought, time and energy to get it done. Take a complex illustration for example, that features multiple characters and an intricate background. It might take hours, even days to complete, as you stroke in every last detail. An…
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Every project you undertake will demand some level of commitment to see it through to the end. The final outcome will be entirely dependent on the amount of effort you put into it. In short, you'll reap what you sow.This sentiment is all well and good, but in reality it can be extremely difficult to dedicate oneself to the often grueling task of pr…
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Finding your path as an artist can be tough. Sometimes we fall off track and lose our way. Other times we question our ambitions and wonder if we're going down the right road at all.This doesn't just apply to artists either. Knowing which way to turn next is a decision many of us find difficult to make, especially when we inevitably arrive at a cro…
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Finding the courage to start your art is hard sometimes, no matter what level of skill you're at. Feeling apprehensive, nervous or even scared of jumping in and taking action on your ideas can happen for a number of reasons.Maybe you had an idea that began as something fun and manageable, but somehow it quickly got blown out of proportion the more …
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As much as we love to draw, sometimes we're just not in the mood to put pencil to paper. When we feel lazy, tired, lethargic or simply uninspired it can seem almost impossible to get anything down onto the page at all. And it sucks. Because we know we're better than that. Ideally, if we could whip out a drawing at will whenever we liked it'd be gam…
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In this episode of the How to Draw Comics Podcast Ric Bülow and special guest artist Aaron Bartling talk about freelancing, and how you can use it to build up your portfolio and professional reputation to score bigger and better job opportunities.We hope you enjoy this episode of the HTDC Podcast and take away loads of insight from it. Thanks for l…
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This episode, special guest artist Deth Phimmasone joins Clayton Barton to talk about a creative dilemma most, if not all, aspiring comic artists face - Getting whats in your head down onto paper.Oftentimes, the ideas inside our mind seem complex and intricate. But in reality, our brain stores information in a simplified manner, meaning that most o…
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In this episode of the How to Draw Comics Podcast Ric Bülow sits down with special guest artist Christopher Wilhelm to talk about developing a style true to you, and what it's like to delve into the world of freelancing for the first time.If you'd like to learn more about Christopher Wilhelm and see some of his art, you can find it via the links be…
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When you're able to find a passion you can fall in love with, productivity becomes addictive.Sadly, many of us haven't found one yet that truly fulfills us in that way.Lets be realistic, we all have responsibilities and general house keeping to take care of in our lives.Unfortunately that can get in the way of what our heart truly yearns for, somet…
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If there’s one thing that holds us back creatively, its artistic anxiety. In this episode of the HTDC Podcast you’ll learn what it is, why it happens and what to do about it. For the most part, thinking too much is to blame. In the beginning we start out with the best of intentions, pondering the next grand idea we intend to realize. In our mind we…
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You’ve been waiting, wondering where we’ve been. Well, we’re back bearing a host of brilliant announcements you won’t want to miss – because they’re all to do with you, and for the most part consist of the copious amount of comic art know how we’re putting out faster than ever. That includes brand new episodes of the HTDC Podcast, coming back to yo…
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In this episode Clayton and Ed talk about HTDC's first ever competition - how you can enter and what's in it for you!This is the contest you’ve been waiting for. This is the one that’ll finally give you the nudge to get off your pin-up seat, and start working on sequential pages. We all know that Anatomy, Form, Structure, Perspective… they’re all i…
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Ed Foychuk and I finally built up the courage to talk about Politics in Comics in our latest episode of the HTDC Podcast. Have comics changed, and if so have they really changed that much? How have they changed, and most importantly have they changed for the better? There are creators and readers sitting on either side of the old and new, who eithe…
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In this episode of the How to Draw Comics Podcast, Ed Foychuk, Ric Bulow and Clayton Barton team up once more to talk about originality, vs relatabilty when it comes to creating compelling comic books.Cliché's, Stereotypes, Tropes and Archetypes often get a bad wrap for being overdone and boring. But are they really all that bad? The answer is yes,…
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The topic for this weeks episode of the HTDC Podcast is on how to get commissions as a freelance artist. When it comes to making money from art, clients are our bread and butter. Without them there's simply no way to financially sustain our creative trade full time. But where do we find them and how do we get them to give us work?Ed and Clayton sha…
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This episode Ed Foychuk and Clayton Barton get together to talk about the importance of setting milestones as an aspiring comic book artist. Having goals in place that you can strive toward not only keeps you on track but holds you accountable to yourself and those around you. They give you a clear vision of what you should be focused on next to ma…
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In this special edition, bonus episode of the HTDC Podcast, Clayton Barton brings you his Friday lecture straight from the Virtual Comic Art Classroom (VCAC). This talk focuses on the topics of:1. Making 'Real' Progress In Your Art2. Cultivating Patience and Long Term Determination3. Having Love and Respect for the Art You Create4. Drawing Groups o…
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The HTDC Podcast is back after a month long break. Join Clayton Barton and Ed Foychuk as they break the ice with a freeflow dump of comic art knowledge and insights focused on topics such as - How to conquer perfectionismSelf preservation on the jobHow to promote yourself as an artistHoning in on your mistake to give your abilities a boostGetting p…
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In this episode of the How To Draw Comics Podcast, Clayton's joined by special guest creator Rob Arnold to talk about what it takes to get your first comic book off the ground.Rob Arnold is the creator and writer of Replicator - a post apocalyptic sci-fi comic set in a dark future where disease, famine, violence and robot killing machines are an ev…
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This week in the How To Draw Comics Podcast, Ric Bulow and Clayton Barton get together to talk about the importance of scheduling and deadlines!Most artists don't like to confine their creativity in any way, shape or form, and that includes limiting it to a deadline. But what we don't realize is that schedules keep us on track so that we can remain…
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In this weeks episode of the How To Draw Comics Podcast, Clayton Barton and Ed Foychuk talk about the art of taking and giving critique.Getting feedback on your work is one of the fastest ways to grow as an artist - unfortunately many of us have an automatic defense mechanism that kicks whenever someone points out a flaw in our work.And rightfully …
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In 2019's first episode of the How To Draw Comics Podcast, Clayton and Ric talk about clearing the slate, and setting new resolutions to reach your goals in the new year.Breaking into the year with a crystal clear idea as to what you want to achieve helps give you direction, priority and most importantly, substantially increases your chances of rea…
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In this Episode of the How To Draw Comics Podcast, Clayton Barton and Ed Foychuk team up to discuss the biggest mistakes we make when it comes to learning and practicing the art of comic book illustration.We all know the saying "Practice makes Perfect". But in reality, practicing in the wrong way can be even worse than not practicing at all.Perfect…
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In this week's episode of the How To Draw Comics Podcast, Co-Host Ric Bulow and Clayton Barton talk tactics on how to keep your skills sharp - even after you've been away from the drawing board for a while.Taking long breaks from your craft can leave you feeling fearful about getting back into your groove. We believe our abilities just won't be at …
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So many of you gained a ton of value out of our first Q&A Session, that we just couldn't wait to do another one!This episode Ed Foychuk, Ric Bülow, and Clayton Barton are back to answer your questions on such topics as -- Camera angles and lighting set-ups for dramatic mood and energy- Building teams to produce comics for Portfolio work- Workflow i…
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This episode we're joined by the two headed hydra of comics - Comfort Love and Adam Withers. Having published numerous acclaimed comic book titles such as "The Uniques" and "Rainbow In The Dark", Comfort and Adam are a power team who write, draw, color and letter all of their work together. They take equal part and ownership in the production proce…
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This episode I'm joined by Co-Host's Ed Foychuk and Ric Bulow for HTDC's first Q&A session. We'll be answering questions straight from the How To Draw Comic's Community on topics such as -Is self publishing a creator owned title the best way to break into the comic book industry? Is it okay to sell B&W Line Art Illustrations at Comic Con's, or will…
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In this weeks episode of the HTDC Podcast, Clayton Barton, Ric Bulow and Ed Foychuk talk about the art - of teaching art. We reflect on our past experiences in the class room as both students and teachers, and discuss what we think it takes to be an effective art instructor who can walk the talk.Like art, teaching is a specialized skill all on it's…
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Is drawing a natural talent that some people are just born with? If so, where does that leave the rest of us - are we doomed to always be two steps behind the elites with little chance of ever reaching their divine level of god-given skill?This is both a question and a statement we hear all too often in the face of a masterfully executed piece of c…
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Where should you begin if you want to learn how to become a comic book artist, ?There's vast oceans of information available online, but how do you sift through the fluff to get to the good stuff? Art school and university seems notoriously ineffective, serving merely as an introductory taste into the extensive skill set one must acquire to become …
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In Episode 25 of the HTDC Podcast, Clayton Barton and Co-Host Ric Bulow are joined by special guest artist Vince Rodriguez to talk about his background in comic books and storyboard illustration - and what it takes to deliver the best possible product to your clients, on time.Vince is an insanely talented artist who like many of us grew up adoring …
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In this jam packed episode, we blow the lid off the age old question every aspiring comic book artist wants an answer to - should you be using references when you draw?... How much should you really depend on them and is it worse not to use them at all?Find out in Episode 24 of the HTDC Podcast!Want more comic advice, tips, tricks and tutorials? - …
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