Create Comic Books
Comic books is a passion that many people across the world share. From Action comics, to love and romance, to fiction and science fiction, comics can offer a nice sanctuary for those who like to loose themselves in the pages of a well illustrated and written book. It is also very exciting and rewarding to be involved with. As early as the story boarding stages there can be a sense of satisfaction gained as you reach certain goals and deadlines. At other times you may find yourself getting frustrated and feel like giving up, but PublishingComics.com can help even in those annoying times when your mind goes blank.
The team at PublishingComics.com have been studying books and talking to other artist and writers in order to develop their own working process as everyone works differently. Young artist and writers are encouraged to keep an open mind when learning new things to enable them to take the parts that work best and develop their own unique way of working.
Learning the history of comic books right from its humble origins to the present day, it gives an insight to how comics have developed over the years and how the future is shaping up. PublishingComics.com will be releasing an article on this in the near future so keep your eyes peeled.
We feel it’s important to understand ALL the steps in actually creating comic books. Understanding the the whole development process – the writing process, pencilling stages, the inking, the coloring, the editing, the designing and layouts, the approval (if needed) and of course then the printing – and understanding the steps needed helps produce more effective work as part of the team. For example, a professional book designer has to set their work up in a specific way for the printers, also the work supplied to the designer has certain requirements too. By understanding each steps helps define the work in a more productive way.
This is a guide page for comic book creator and how to go about creating comics. Because the site is brand new, articles will be appearing here soon so keep checking back.
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