Kimmi Nguyen

Module 9: Final Words

We’ve just about covered the basics of creating a webtoon but there is much more to learn outside of the topics touched on here. Next Steps Make sure to continually immerse yourself in the works of other artists and studios… Read More »Module 9: Final Words

Module 8: Publishing

There are now more ways than going through a publishing company in order to post your comic. Where you end up publishing can depend on finances and freedom. For graphic novels and comics that are getting printed, traditionally you’ll go… Read More »Module 8: Publishing

Module 7: Color & Tone

After inking, it is up to you whether your comic is going to be in color. But keep in mind that the use of color in comics is important in that it sets the overall look and tone of the… Read More »Module 7: Color & Tone

Module 5: Layout & Lettering

Now that we covered the basics drawing techniques for comic illustration, let’s move into how to compose your comic. With how comics can be published and read on the internet today, panel layouts aren’t limited to pages. It can now… Read More »Module 5: Layout & Lettering

Module 4: Backgrounds

Intro: Perspective and Depth Drawing backgrounds and environments can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to comics. In this module, we will look at different techniques in drawing backgrounds and using backgrounds in comics. We will also be looking at… Read More »Module 4: Backgrounds

Module 3: Using Reference

Reference vs Tracing As an artist, it is important to build up your visual library and use references in your drawings. The key thing about using a reference is that you are breaking down the object/pose and taking in information… Read More »Module 3: Using Reference

Module 1: Getting Started

What is Sequential Art? Proposed by comic artist Will Eisner, Sequential Art describe art forms that use images deployed in a specific order for the purpose of graphic storytelling or conveying information. The best-known example of sequential art is comics.… Read More »Module 1: Getting Started

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