Making Comics - From idea to print "CreeD Re-imaginary edition"
NOTE - This video series is also collected in the 2021 (volume 7) Box set of tutorials.
I've been an indie comic book creator since I was 16 years old. Let me teach you everything that I've have learned, and save yourself YEARS of trial and error.
In this this video series you'll learn:
-How I come up with an idea for a book, and turn it into a script.
-How I lay out pages and keep them exciting! (storyboarding basics)
-How to letter your pages using digital software such as photoshop or Sketchbook Pro.
-How to ink your artwork on paper (tools + techniques)
-How to color your artwork to make pages that don't look like a bag of skittles. (color theory).
-How to prepare your files to be sent to the printer.
-How to self publish a physical copy of your book.
-Also contains Insights and vlogs as I track the success of the CreeD indiegogo campaign (featuring insights from million dollar comic book campaign creators!)
Part 1 - The Big idea
Part 2- Idea to Script
Part 3 - Schedule the project
Part 4 - Storyboards
Part 5 - Page Layouts Part A and Part B
Part 6 - Inking
Part 7 - Coloring Line art
Part 8 - Lettering
Part 9 - Create PDF for print
Part 10 - Printing + distributing your comic
BONUS -Audio Blogs of Indiegogo campaign
BONUS - Real Time process + production techniques
BONUS - Inking with gouache CreeD Reimaginary #2 cover
BONUS - Colorizing line art CreeD Reimaginary #2 cover
BONUS - Cover breakdown CreeD Reimaginary #2 cover
BONUS - Inking CJ flying over New York
BONUS - Skeeziks attack! inking 2 page spread
BONUS - Private fishes inking and colors 1 hour
BONUS - Mark and Lamplight colors
BONUS - Book 2 page 20 colors
BONUS - Cyberfrog, Snowman, CreeD variant cover colors 1.5 hours
BONUS - CreeD vs Cyberfrog cover repaint 2.5 hours
BONUS - Remastering book 2 various pages part 1
BONUS - CJ saves Mark thumbnails (digital storyboarding)
BONUS - CreeD page 28 reworked (commentary + workflow)
BONUS - Remastering book 2 various pages part 1 (2 hours of coloring techniques)
NOTE - This workshop focuses on the above techniques and processes to help you get your first comic book printed. It does NOT contain tutorials on anatomy, perspective, lighting, or other fundamental art skills. Please check out my EASY ART LESSONS series for studying the fundamentals.