Novedad Dolmen: Aprende a dibujar #1
APRENDE A DIBUJAR COMIC #1 (Spain)
12 de Enero de 2006
Fecha venta: Primera semana de febrero.
Precio: 12,95 (Aproximado)
Páginas: 126 (b/n)
Libro donde se recogen las mejores
páginas sobre cómo dibujar realizadas por los mejores dibujantes
americanos para la revista Wizard en su edición americana. Autores como
Adam Hughes, Jim Lee, Arthur Adams, George Pérez o Joe Kubert se
encargan a lo largo del libro de explicar al lector todos los secretos
del oficio. De esta forma, en cada capítulo, un autor diferente se va
encargando de enseñar las técnicas para dibujar bien la perspectiva, a
las mujeres, las manos, los pies, las expresiones faciales, escenas de
acción, escenas de vuelo, los fondos, las texturas, la narrativa…
Sin duda un libro que hará las delicias
tanto de aquellos que quieren aprender o mejorar en el dibujo como de
aquellos lectores que deseen ver todo tipo de dibujos raros de sus
Scoop's Best Publications About Comics For 2005
WIZARD BEST OF BASIC TRAINING #1: HOW TO DRAW
BACK ISSUE #1
The Main Event, Scoop, Friday, December 30, 2005
Again, here's a category from which
we've excluded ourselves. Mickey and the Gang - Classic Stories in
Verse, The Official Price Guide To Disney Collectibles, and The
Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide would all, in our humble
opinion, be instant entries. This year we broadened this category
slightly to included documentary film and video products.
7. Wizard: How To Draw
Wizard Entertainment; $29.99
Collecting many of the different “Basic Training” for comic book creators from the pages of Wizard,
this book features “how to” tips from George Pérez, Joe Kubert, Adam
Hughes, Matt Haley, Jim Lee and many others. Nicely designed and
featuring tons of example illustrations, the book highlights lettering,
coloring, panel design, action, and more.
4. Back Issue
TwoMorrows Publishing; $5.95
Automatically on our list of “must read”
publications every time it comes out, Back Issue has an approach that
is simultaneously enthusiastic and professional as it examines some of
the more recent eras of comics history.
Topic: DIAMOND TOP 100 GNs & TRADES
posted 07-21-2005 12:11 PM by Jennifer M. Contino
released the actual sales data for June 2005. Marvel edged DC to claim
the number one spot in both the dollar and unit share. The top ten
trades or graphic novels included: We3, Marvel 1602, Fruits Basket Vol.
10, Ultimate Fantastic Four Vol. 3, Batman War Games Act 2, Superman
Infinite City, Superman Godfall, New Teen Titans: Who is Donna Troy,
Essential Fantastic Four Vol. 4, and The Life and Times of Scrooge
NEW TEEN TITANS: WHO IS DONNA TROY?
FANTASTIC FOUR VISIONARIES: GEORGE PEREZ VOLUME 1
WIZARD BEST OF BASIC TRAINING #1: HOW TO DRAW
Based on Actual Sales of Products Invoiced in June 2005
8 6.73 APR050346 NEW TEEN TITANS WHO IS DONNA TROY TP $19.99 DC
23 4.61 APR051949 FANTASTIC FOUR VISIONARIES GEORGE PEREZ VOL 1 TP $19.99 MAR
90 1.99 JAN052345 WIZARD BEST O/BASIC TRAINING DLX TP $29.99 WIZ
'Wizard: How To Draw' Selling Through Well
Direct Only (for Now)
April 18, 2005
Wizard is reporting that its Wizard: How
to Draw trade paperback, released last month, is selling well in the
core market, where it's been released before being distributed to
bookstores. According to Wizard Director of Sales Stewart Morales,
direct market reorders are already at 43% of initial orders, and
Diamond is working hard to keep the book in stock. No date for
bookstore distribution has been set.
Although there is plenty of inventory
on the title now, Wizard expects to have to go back to press before the
holidays. Additional volumes are also planned.
Wizard’s Art Tips Collected
Monday, December 13, 2004 8:27:13 AM
For over 14 years, Wizard has been setting aside interior pages to help
young artists practice their craft. Yes, for those of you who haven't
noticed, besides the price guide and editorials there have been pages
in Wizard: The Comics Magazine that have helped many artists get past
some roadblocks. Since the magazine's inception, readers have been
treated to hot artists in the field that offer their input and sketches
to showcase their tricks of the trade, and tips for illustration.
The guts of the book are the names
behind the pencils. Expect the biggest names in comics to give you the
lowdown in this 256-page monster. Artists who'll be giving you the
skinny include Jim Lee, Michael Turner, George Pérez, Joe Kubert, Adam
Hughes, Greg Land, Frank Cho, Joe Linsner, Greg Horn, Walt Simonson,
Doug Mahnke, Darick Robertson, Gary Frank, Sean Chen, Dale Keown, Bart
Sears, Pat Lee, Art Adams, Jim Califiore, Phil Jimenez, Matt Haley, Tom
Raney, Kevin Maguire and many, many more!
Beyond the big boys who'll be doing the
narrating, you can expect lessons titled “How To Draw From Photo
Reference,” “Evolution of a Page,” “Storytelling Fundamentals,” “How To
Draw From Reference, Perspective, Movement & Motion,” “Sex Appeal,”
“How To Draw Characters,” “Inking, Action Scenes,” “Using Negative
Space, How To Tell a Story,” “Facial Expressions,” “Block & Cube
Construction,” “How To Draw A Cover,” “Anatomy 101,” “Silhouettes,”
“Sultry Women,” “Dynamic Foreshortening,” “Group Shots,” “How To
Shade,” “Body Language” and more!
And what's the cherry on top? A practice script from Brian Michael Bendis!
Look for The Wizard Best Of Basic Training TP in the Premiere section of Previews!
WIZARD BEST OF BASIC TRAINING TP
Thursday, December 09, 2004 2:24:27 PM
By tremendous popular demand, Wizard
Entertainment proudly presents the first ever Best of Basic Training
trade paperback! This giant 256-page book collects the best and most
instructional "How to Draw" lessons from Wizard: The Comics Magazine's
Learn secrets from the greatest artists
in comics, including Jim Lee, Michael Turner, George Pérez, Joe Kubert,
Adam Hughes, Greg Land, Frank Cho, Joe Linsner, Greg Horn, Walt
Simonson, Doug Mahnke, Darick Robertson, Gary Frank, Sean Chen, Dale
Keown, Bart Sears, Pat Lee, Art Adams, Jim Califiore, Phil Jimenez,
Matt Haley, Tom Raney, Kevin Maguire and many, many more!
Dive into over 50 art lessons on all
aspects of comic artwork - Anatomy, Facial Expressions, Body Language,
Layout, Perspective, Movement & Motion, Proportions, Shadows,
Backgrounds, Storytelling, Coloring, Dynamic Foreshortening, Photo
Reference, Sex Appeal, Inking, Sound Effects, Metallic Surfaces,
Textures, Energy Effects, Negative Space, Teens/Children, Action Scenes
and so much more!
Plus, the Best of Basic Training
features additional resources on the Tools of the Trade, Professional
Tips and Mistakes to Avoid, How to Break into the Business and a sample
script to practice on by Brian Michael Bendis.
SC, 256pg, FC (Spider-Man Cover by Frank Cho)..........$29.99