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Understanding Comics by Scott McCloud Men of Tomorrow by Gerard Jones The .. del dibujo y las herramientas que se usan para crear una página de cómic. Scott McCloud tore down the wall between high and low culture in with Understanding Comics, a massive comic book about comics. DESCRIPTION. Excelente recopilacin de la experiencia de Mc Cloud en los terrenos de la narracin grfica, con magnficas recomendaciones y.

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Being rather new to the comics world I only started reading them more steadily last yearI was eager to know more about the medium, and various online searches kept pointing to Understanding Comics The Invisible Art also by Scott McCloud as a great starting point.

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Scott McCloud lays out the fundamental building blocks and questions behind creating a comic, and covers them in depth. In a lot of ways, this book feels like an update of Understanding Comics, but with a greater mindfulness of the creator, and less for the pure history and development of the art.

I don’t think that this book is quite as accessible as the others–it presumes a lot of foreknowledge. I wasn’t sure if this book would be good or not, but Scott McCloud really knows what he is talking about!

My appreciation for the medium and the amount of work that goes to each page certainly improved. Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. Mccluod ask other readers questions about Making Comicsplease sign up.

Now, in Making Comics, McCloud focuses his analysis on the art form itself, exploring the vomics of comics, from the broadest principles to scoott sharpest details like how to accentuate a character’s facial muscles in order to form the emotion of disgust rather than the emotion of surprise. Scott’s talent as a cartoonist not only makes him intimate to insights no outsider can see, but also gives him the power to show it to the world.

Honestly, I don’t really know how to review a book like this, so all I’m gonna say is Jan 30, Erin added it.

Aug 04, Jeff Jackson rated it really liked it Shelves: It makes it a very fun read, while still being informative. After all, animation as we know it was born of comics. Scott McCloud is likely to fall into the same company as Will Sscott who fought for comics as a worthwhile form of art, and Making Comics is proof of that. Mar 29, Juan Bosco rated it it was amazing.

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Refresh and try again. See 1 question about Making Comics…. Comic writers, comic artists. Even though I’m garbage at drawing, I hope this will inform my own writing, or at least make me see the graphic scoht I read in a new light.

Towards the end, though, McCloud mentions another factor that may be holding him back when he I’ve always wondered why the master of explaining comics has never achieved the status of master of creating comics.

Paperbackpages. And from there he provides the reader with a toolbox.

Also, one has to keep in mind that this is only one of the three books Scott McCloud wrote on the subject, so what’s missing from this one is probably explained in the others which I will definitely be checking out. Probably one of the best art books I’ve ever read.

McCloud does all of these things, but what makes the book work is that is that he’s always clear that he’s simply suggesting possibilities to the reader, that the final decision lies in the hands of the would-be comic writer, and that his reasons for drawing up lists or categorising things is to give the reader a flavour of the paths that other people have taken, just in case they may be useful. Ha mcfloud un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento.

If you’re interested in creating comics you should definitely add this guide to your “to read” list. I’m going to go find all McCloud’s comics now.

I don’t really want to purchase any more books. In a lot of ways, hzcer b I really enjoy Scott McCloud.

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I am interested in creating my on webcomic but Hacrr wasn’t sure how or where to start and this book has helped me figure it out! If I had to find something wrong with this book, it would be that it only scratches the surface on most points – but then again, the book describes itself as a starting point, and throughout the book you get many pointers from the author to further your knowledge of what’s being discussed.

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Detalles del producto Tapa blanda: Scott McCloud always reminds me why I love comics, and this book is mcvloud different. And he does all of it in his inimitable voice and through his cartoon stand—in narrator, mixing dry humor and legitimate instruction. Feb 28, Toby rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The best how-to manual ever published. Eckman’s studies and worth a read all on its own. Anyone interesting in storytelling period will find some great tips here, including a fascinating chapter on facial expressions and physical gestures and sott essential section on how Manga sctot.

Feb 28, ramezan rated it liked it Shelves: Mar 09, Jacob rated it really liked it Shelves: He breaks it apart by reviewing storytelling, panels, use of words and In the mcccloud, story is story, no matter the medium. I’ve always wondered why the master of explaining comics has never achieved the status of master of creating comics.

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His follow-up, Reinventing Comicstries to turn the idea on its head by suggesting a variety of experimental forms. As a “happen organically” type, I really appreciate anything I can soak up on the other side.

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We keep getting distracted by all the formal possibilities along the way, and mcdloud up with a stiff, fill-in-the-blanks comic where individual panels are just bored excuses to get to the next big idea McCloud shows his reader how to master the human condition through word and image in a brilliantly minimalistic way.

You’ll learn a lot about how the medium works, and it’ll make you appreciate your already favorite books even more. McCloud’s guidance extends to how words interact with the art, how to create believable settings, understanding the available tools for creating comics, and a final overview of understanding the world of comics and the many hhacer genres they branch into.