A veteran comic book publisher demonstrates everything aspiring visual media artists need to know about sequential art, covering each stage of the production process, the basics of figure drawing and anatomy, and the essential of page composition, layout, and design Original....
|Title||:||Visual Storytelling: The Art and Technique|
|Publisher||:||Watson Guptill November 2002|
|Number of Pages||:||192 pages|
|File Size||:||580 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Visual Storytelling: The Art and Technique Reviews
A fine book that will help anyone who wants to produce a graphic novel or comic book.
There is no doubt this book is good value for money. What basically lets it down is its illustrations - much of the text is explained by illustrations and some significant examples are so poorly reproduced or so small that the meaning is lost.
I was eagerly anticipating the information from this book, having studied the narrative artform for the past 3 years and having read through the Mcloud, Eisner, Janson and various books on film.
This book belongs in the library of anyone who is or would like to be a storyteller whether it be comics, animation, film or any multimedia field. This is one of those rare books that doesn't get published enough. The fact that it covers more than one medium makes this an invaluable reference title. Besides, how often do you find a book that tells you how Steranko does it?
This book is unfortunately very misleading in its content - Aimed as a multi format guide, the book rarely strays away from comic book technique.