Category Archives: Business of Cartooning

Comic Book Inking Tutorials and Videos

Joe Kubert on the craft of storytelling in comics. Next up, some Tutorials. A good overview of inking supplies and what’s what with Mary Doodles. Inking splatters with Jonathan Glapion Razor blade technique with Mike Manley The late Jeremy Dale … Continue reading

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Comics – Tools of the Trade

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT I love pen and ink so I still do a good majority of my work with tradition tools like dip pen and brushes, but thanks to Corey Sauer (President of the Sauer Children’s Renew Foundation) I currently have a Cintiq to … Continue reading

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Recommended Books on Drawing & Cartooning

How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way By John Buscema and Stan Lee Based on the comic art classes Buscema gave in the 1970s, and with text provided by none other than Stan Lee, it’s a great primer on comic book art and storytelling. … Continue reading

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Cartoon Art Scams

When you work on comic character that’s known worldwide the door to scam artists suddenly gets thrown wide open. Take the following… Years ago, when I was doing Flash Gordon, I received a request for some drawings from a guy … Continue reading

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The Business of Cartooning

Original posted on 11/28/2012 – updated on 1/21/2016 The following is a resource page for Cartoonists/Comic Artists I’ve put together in regards to the business side of the profession. It’s culled from various sources that I’ve found helpful or informative … Continue reading

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