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Comic Artists Essential Photo Reference
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Buddy Scalera
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Comic Artists Essential Photo Reference

Buddy Scalera


9781440344756

North Light


Art » Reference;
Media » Media Reference;
Media » Other Film, TV & Media


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128 pages

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The original hook of this book still exists-reference photos are a must artists learning to draw action scenes in comic styles need reference photos and almost all professional comic artists use reference photos.

This book contains more than 500 awesome-quality, color photos. Re-design applied to original book to make the most optimized, useful tool possible; this edition also removes the expensive and outdated CD-ROM . Readers will get a link with the book to access additional reference photos online instead.

By:   Buddy Scalera
Imprint:   North Light
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 276mm,  Width: 209mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   454g
ISBN:   9781440344756
ISBN 10:   1440344752
Pages:   128
Publication Date:   October 2016
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Unspecified

Buddy Scalera is a comic book writer, editor and photographer. He is the author of the popular Comic Artist's Photo Reference book series and Creating Comics from Start to Finish for IMPACT Books, and he is also known for his best-selling series of photography CD-ROMs, Visual Reference for Comic Artists. Buddy has written for many mainstream comics, including Marvel Comics' Deadpool, Agent X and X-Men Unlimited, and he also contributed to Marvel's all-ages series Lockjaw and The Pet Avengers. He has also self-published comic books through After Hours Press, including Necrotic: Dead Flesh on a Living Body, 7 Days to Fame, Bonita & Clyde, and Parts: The SitComic. He has also written over 100 articles on the topic of comics for Wizard, Comics Buyer's Guide and Spin Online, among others, and he was the creator and editor of Wizard Entertainment's WizardWorld and WizardSchool websites. As a comic book educator, Buddy has hosted and organized workshops and panels at major conventions in locations including New York City, New Jersey, Chicago, Long Beach, and Philadelphia.

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