Creating a Comic Page
Course In Progress
Basics of Comic Composition
In this first lesson, we take a look at composition. These are the fundamentals David uses daily to design dynamic comic pages that flow, and tell the story in the most effective and interesting way possible.
Cinematic Storytelling and Compositional Pitfalls
In this lesson, David shows you some tips and tricks to make your composition much more dynamic!
Breaking Down a Comic Script - Sample Script 1
In our third lesson, we dive into reading some scripts. As an artist, it's important that we know how to read a script in order to fully understand the story and tone.
Composing the Page: Panel Layouts
Now that we've spent some time looking at our scripts, we can start thinking about our layout.
Drawing Your First Comic Page: The “Rough In”
Now that we're well-versed in reading and understanding scripts, and have an idea of what the layout for our first page will be, it's time to start roughing-in the essential elements of our panels.
Cleaning Up the Page - Extended Edition
In this extended edition of Cleaning Up the Page, you will be able to see a more in-depth look into my process.
Cleaning Up the Page
Since we've worked on our layout and getting some sketches down, it's time to start talking about how to refine and clean up our page.