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By Zorikh Lequidre
There are some folks who like to know everything about anything they could use as a tool for their art. Others just want a quick answer. For the latter, here you are:
A computer with Microsoft Word or its Mac equivalent and a color inkjet or laser printer
Bristol board, smooth finish, 100 lb. A 0.5mm mechanical pencil with 2H lead.
A #3 round sable brush and a Hunt 102 pen nib; Black India ink; white tempera paint.
P.H. Martin's Watercolor Transparent Dyes or Adobe Photoshop.
Speedball B-5 and Hunt 107 crow quill pen nibs
For more detailed answers on the different tools that can be used for each job, check the individual tutorials.
Next: Penciling: Tools: Furniture and Paper
How to Draw Comics the Marvel WayStan Lee, John Buscema (Illustrator); Format: Hardcover, ISBN 0-671-22548-0; Paperback, ISBN 0-671-53077-1; 160 pp; Publisher: Simon & Shuster, Inc., Pub. Date: 1978
Go to a thorough list of books and videos for comics creators
Or you can search for more books on how to create comics on Amazon.com:
Pg.1: Definition and History of Comics
Pg.2: Comics Today
Pg.3: Terms of the Trade
Writing: Story and Plot
Penciling: Tools: Short Answers
Penciling: Tools: Furniture and Paper
Penciling: Tools: Pencils and Erasers
Penciling: Tools: Straightedges and More
Penciling: Creating Characters
Penciling: Character Sheets
Penciling: Props and Vehicles
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