Lettering Comic Books with Illustrator.
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Carpenteria, CA linkedin.com, 2016.
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1/12/201612:00:00AM
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Presenter: John Roshell
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Learn the art of comic book lettering—designing word balloons, dialogue, sound effects, and more—with Adobe Illustrator.
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Creating the lettering for comic books is not just about capturing the tone in which the words are said (from the loudest scream to the softest whisper) or the sound of noises being made (like BANG or POW). It's also about understanding the structure of comics: a unique storytelling format that leads readers from panel to panel around each page and through the story. This course deconstructs the lettering process for comics, in terms of how to think about lettering and how to execute your vision in Adobe Illustrator. Professional artist John Roshell begins with a brief history of comics and then jumps into the design of word balloons, type treatment, captions, and sound effects. At the end of the course, John goes overs some basic business know-how, so members understand how to successfully collaborate with other artists and publishers.
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Latest version of the following browsers: Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Internet Explorer. Adobe Flash Player Plugin. JavaScript and cookies must be enabled. A broadband Internet connection.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Roshell, J. (2016). Lettering Comic Books with Illustrator . linkedin.com.

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Roshell, John. 2016. Lettering Comic Books With Illustrator. linkedin.com.

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Roshell, John. Lettering Comic Books With Illustrator linkedin.com, 2016.

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Roshell, John. Lettering Comic Books With Illustrator linkedin.com, 2016.

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