Write and Draw Your Own Comics - Write Your Own (Spiral bound)
  • Write and Draw Your Own Comics - Write Your Own (Spiral bound)

Write and Draw Your Own Comics - Write Your Own (Spiral bound)

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Spiral bound 112 Pages
Published: 01/10/2014
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Kapow! Boom! An awesome activity book for budding comic artists to imagine and draw their own comic strips. Simple step-by-step instructions, with lots of handy tips and hints, show children how to create graphic stories using all the devices employed in 'real' comics. Includes ideas for characters and storylines, sample comic strips and drawing tips. With stickers to add to comic strips for extra colour and detail.

Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781409564256
Number of pages: 112
Weight: 570 g
Dimensions: 241 x 203 x 17 mm

A fabulous book to work at, especially over the next months when indoor activities are needed more. * County Down Spectator *
A fantastic manual on all aspects of comics-making. * Neill Cameron *
A superb way to encourage imaginative creative writing. Broken down with simple step-by-step instructions, the topic is never daunting but makes children believe that they really can write comics. A practical spiral binding makes the book easy to use and children can produce an end result of which they can be really proud. Excellent. * Parents in Touch *
Budding Botticelli or stick figure doodler? Never again be stumped by a blank page. * Metro London *
Creative types will love Write And Draw Your Own Comics with tips and ideas for pictures and stories. * The Sunday Express *
Lots of advice on storylines... and stickers to help the blank pages become something to show off with pride. * Newbury Weekly News *
This is another really superb educational book from Usborne which not only gives children a fascinating insight into the world of comics, but also encourages them to get creative themselves...just brilliant! * First4Dads *
This wonderfully designed and incredibly easy-to-follow book helps budding cartoonists to imagine and put together their own comic strips. * Lancashire Evening Post *
We absolutely loved the spiral-bound "lay-flat" presentation of "Write and Draw your Own Comics"... Having sets of stickers to use was fun too, and it's so full of brilliant advice (even stuffed into the margins) and great artwork and presentation, that we couldn't fault it at all... This would be the perfect book if your children are slightly younger, and haven't had a go at creating comics yet. There are so many nifty little tips and shortcuts in it that will get them off to a cracking start. * Read It Daddy *

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Bought it for my 9 year old boy. He liked so much that make me get one every time he goes to a friend birthday.

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This was a Christmas present for my 11 year old grandson who thought it was brilliant.

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“Lockdown saver!”

I’ve been running a daily art club via FaceTime with my two godsons during lockdown and we used this book for nearly three weeks and they loved it! The boys are 6 and 8, and both got a lot of enjoyment out of the... More

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