To help you learn how to draw comics, we have a selection of great comic book artists and new talent for ImagineFX issue 205, on sale now. DC and Marvel cover artist Joshua Swaby reveals his process for painting heroes with attitude. His version of Harley Quinn is on our cover!
Swaby’s Photoshop training offers interesting tips and tricks for enhancing your character’s art, with tips on posing, blending skin tones, and her unique digital art style that leaves pencil marks visible for a feel unique dynamic. If you want to upgrade your setup to use Photoshop better and take Swaby’s training, take a look at our list of the best laptops for Photoshop.
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Career advice from Adi Granov
Marvel’s Adi Granov, who draws Iron Man for movies, video games, and comics, as well as iconic comic book covers, offers his career advice on becoming a better artist, and there’s no one around. better to explain how to draw comics.
In this issue, you’ll find out why it’s important to learn from your heroes, how to approach collaborations, and tips for creating dynamic, multi-character scenes. All of this and he shares some stunning artwork from his career including famous covers for Wolverine, Spider-Man, and more.
Interview with Steve Rude
Legendary artist Steve Rude, who has worked with everyone in the comic book industry, offers a glimpse into his approach to art, life and career in the latest issue of ImagineFX. The artist began his career in 1981 when he co-created the phenomenal comic book Nexus, and has since painted covers and interiors for Superman, Batman, X-Men, Spider-Man… just about every character. main.
With a cabinet of awards, including eight Will Eisner Trophies, the Kirby Award and the Manning Award. When he sits down and reveals how he got his big chance, who inspired him and his approach to comics, it’s worth listening to.
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Learn Photoshop, Painter 2022, Clip Studio Paint, etc.
Training for this problem delves into all kinds of comic art skills. The always fantastic David Nakayama redraws a Golden Age hero for today’s comic book generation, Terry Dodson reveals his process of creating perfect comic book covers, and freelance comic artist Igor Wolski details his advice for creating a detailed Tintin-style “clear line” comic.
If you’re looking to jump in and create a digital comic, then our Basic Skills Training for Clip Studio Paint’s Webtoons Tools is a must read. Learn how to set up and create a scrolling digital comic to display on cellphones with artist Stephinni Martinez Tinoco.
Find out why Judge Dredd matters
Looking to the UK, and the current crop of talented artists from Judge Dredd explain why Mega-City One’s iconic lawyer remains a pleasure to draw and read. There are lessons to be learned here for anyone creating their own characters for comics or other projects.
Artists PJ Holden, Anna Morozova, Jake Lynch, and Tom Foster line up to let us know why Judge Dredd still remains inconsistent and why 2000 AD is a joy to draw. Plus, they break down the classic character and reveal how you can adapt what works to create your own comic book characters.
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