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  • Issue #1
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 1

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    Art Tips & Techniques Finally, a magazine created for comic book creators. Sketch Magazine offers valuable information for comic book creators new or established. Featuring tips on penciling, inking, writing, computer coloring, and many more informational articles by creators in the comic book industry. The first issue features Kabuki's creator David Mack. David offers a special "how-to" that's exclusive to Sketch Magazine. Bimonthly. (Blue Line) Magazine, 64+pg, FC" Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 2

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    Todd McFarlane. Art Tips & Techniques Finally, a magazine created for comic book creators. Sketch Magazine offers valuable information for comic book creators new or established. Featuring tips on penciling, inking, writing, computer coloring, and many more informational articles by creators in the comic book industry. (Blue Line) Magazine, 64+pg, FC" Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #3
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 3

    Comic Book Art Tips & Techniques. Marc Silvestri - the magic behind Top Cow. Plus: Digital Coloring, Seeing the Scene, Page Composition, Thoughts on Scripting, Behind the Panel. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #4
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 4

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    Michael Turner discusses his creator-owned project Fathom and his latest project, which has Witchblade and Tomb Raider crossing over in the pages of Fathom! Also, Sketch is filled with informational articles, tips, and "how-to's" by successful comic book creators on all aspects of creating comics books from writing, penciling, and inking to coloring and packaging. Cover by Michael Turner. Bimonthly. (Blue Line) Magazine, 56pg, FC Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #5
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 5

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    Billy Tucci, the creator of Shi, stops by and discusses the creation of Shi, and why he decided to self-publish. Sketch Magazine has become one of the comic book industry's top trade magazines, offering creators a forum for creativity and inspiration. Sketch is also filled with informative articles, tips, and how-to's by successful comic book creators on all aspects of creating comics books, from writing, penciling and inking, to coloring and packaging. (Blue Line) Magazine, 56pg, FC Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #6
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 6

    Brian Bendis is in the house! Brian shares with Sketch Magazine his know-how from self publishing to working on some of the hottest projects hitting the shelves this year ? Hell Spawn, Powers, Daredevil and Ultimate Spider-Man. Sketch Magazine has become the comic book industries trade magazine, offering creators a forum for creativity and inspiration. Sketch is also filled with informational articles; tips; and how to's by successful comic book creators on all aspects of creating comic books from writing, penciling, and inking, to coloring and packaging. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #7
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 7

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    Comic Book Art Tips & Techniques. Chuck Dixon - Bats, Knights and Babes. Plus: Better Designed Comics, Scripting, eComics, Logo Design, The Art of CCG Illustration. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #8
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 8
    • Comic is autographed by artist Dave Doorman and includes a Lone Star Comics Certificate of Authenticity.

    Star Wars cover artist Dave Dorman is featured in an in-depth interview that shares Dave's story of success and how he tries to maintain it and keep it going. Dorman also gives us a sneak peak of his current project, Rail. In addition to the interview, Sketch supplies all of the "How To's..." and fills the niche of comic creation with columns on the comic industry such as inking, coloring, writing, penciling, promotion, packaging, and more. Written by some of the most respected professionals in the business. Sketch is a trade publication; the material included is not dated, thus each article offers fresh information that can be used over and over again. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #9
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 9

    It's a bird! It's a plane! No! It's Ed McGuiness! The artist behind the Man of Steel starts things off with bang in this power-packed Kryptonite-free issue of Sketch, with a comprehensive interview on his contribution to the industry. From his extensive work on titles like Vampirella and Fighting American, to his position as the top artist on Superman; how has he done it? Ed discusses his clean style of illustrating and how he landed the largest and most famous superhero of all times. In addition to the interview, Sketch will supply all the "How To..." and fill the niche of comic book creation with columns on the comic industry such as inking, coloring, writing, pencilling, promoting, packaging etc. written by some of the most respectable professionals in the business. Sketch is the trade publication of the comic industry offering comic book creators a forum to swap tales and secrets. The material in Sketch is never dated, thus each article offers fresh information that can be used over and over again. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #10
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 10

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    George Perez is renowned throughout the comic book industry for his sensational penciling skill and dynamic style. Sketch attempts to peek inside the innovative mind of Perez and analyze his incredible influence on the world of comics, spotlighting a comprehensive interview with this trend-setter, role-model, and pinnacle artisan of all team-titles. From his early years on Teen Titans to his revolutionary work on Crisis on Infinite Earths and beyond into his current anxiously anticipated epic Avengers / JLA crossover, you'll learn first-hand how he is capable of managing the multitude of characters in his projects and still keep his sanity in check. Additionally, Sketch supplies all the "How To..." and fills the niche of comic book creation featuring columns focusing on aspects of the comic industry as inking, coloring, writing, penciling, promoting, packaging, and more! Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #11
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 11

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    Comic Book Art Tips & Techniques. Adam & Andy Kubert - Ultimate X-Men to Wolverine: Origin. Plus: Gravity in Comics, Print on Demand, Digital Coloring - Cool Palettes, Animation 101. Cover art of "the boys" by Joe Kubert. Sketch is filled with informational articles, tips, and "how-to's" by successful comic book creators on all aspects of creating comics books from writing, penciling and inking to coloring and packaging. Bimonthly. (Blue Line) Magazine, FC Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #12
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 12

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    For the past decade, Frank Cho and Insight Studios have been turning heads in the comic industry. With his incredibly smooth illustration style and signature pin-up women, Frank has played the role of a masterful architect as he built the world of Liberty Meadows. Featured in the pages of this issue, Cho discusses his career, influences, and future aspirations as he explains his approach to his work. In addition, Sketch also supplies all the "How Tos" and fills the niche of comic creation with columns on inking, coloring, writing, penciling, promoting, packaging, etc. Sketch offers comic creators a forum to swap tales and secrets. Bimonthly. (Blue Line) Magazine, 64pg, FC$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #13
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 13

    With artwork gracing the covers of the hot new G.I. Joe series, David Michael Beck has been a true American hero with his revolutionary presentation of some of pop culture's most fabled characters. Armed with his stylized realism, Beck has propelled to the front of the comic book world, bringing with him over 30 years of professional illustrating experience. David takes a break to sit down with Sketch and shares his feelings on his newly found status as a comic industry icon and discusses his career, influences, and his goal to remain on top of his skills and the times. As a bonus, Beck breaks down his latest cover piece, from concept to finish. In addition, Sketch will supply all the "How To's" and fill the niche of comic creation with columns on digital coloring, illustrating, writing, etc...Sketch Magazine ?? the comic industry's trade magazine! (Blue Line) Magazine, 64pg$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #14
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 14

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    From the storytelling images of the Sandman, to the creative wordplay of American Gods, New York Times best-selling author Neil Gaiman has woven a world of fantasy and imaginative delight into every project he has worked on. These projects have ranged from everything from comics, novels, and children's books to short stories, TV, and movies, demonstrating his abilities in a wide range of mediums. With all this in mind, Gaiman shares with Sketch his passion for storytelling and how it has allowed him to consistently surpass his past achievements. In addition, Sketch supplies all the "How To's" and fills the niche of comic creation with columns on digital coloring, illustrating, writing, and more! (Blue Line) Magazine, 64pg$5.95 From the storytelling images of the Sandman, to the creative wordplay of American Gods, New York Times best-selling author Neil Gaiman has woven a world of fantasy and imaginative delight into every project he has worked on. These projects have ranged from everything from comics, novels, and children's books to short stories, TV, and movies, demonstrating his abilities in a wide range of mediums. With all this in mind, Gaiman shares with Sketch his passion for storytelling and how it has allowed him to consistently surpass his past achievements. In addition, Sketch supplies all the "How To's" and fills the niche of comic creation with columns on digital coloring, illustrating, writing, and more! (Blue Line) Magazine, 64pg Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #15
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 15

    As the illustrator behind the Star Wars Episode II the comic, Jane Duursema, has taken this heavy responsibility head on with lightsaber blazing. Bringing to bear years of experience, Jane has carved out a place for herself among the legion of Star Wars fans. Escaping momentarily from her heavy work schedule and nonstop fanfare, Jane stops in with Sketch to discuss her contribution to continuing this epic story of galactic proportions and the thrill of having on of her own characters she designed appear in Star Wars Episode II. In addition, with columns on digital coloring, illustrating, scripting, etc., Sketch supplies all the "How To's" that both old and new comic creators will find informative and entertaining. (Blue Line) Magazine, 64pg, FC$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #16
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 16

    Sketch Magazine offers readers the most in-depth J. Scott Campbell interview in print. From Danger Girl to his much-anticipated latest project J. Scott gives Sketch readers the skinny on his experiences in the comic book industry. In addition, with columns on digital coloring, illustrating, scripting, etc..., Sketch will supply all the "How To's" that both old and new comic creators will find informative and entertaining. (Blue Line) Magazine, 64pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #17
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 17

    With a bold style that makes him one of the most sought-after illustrators in the business, Ron Garney brings his artistic flair to bear in depicting one of comic's greatest super groups - the uncanny X-Men. Ron talks about how his years of experience and talent led to his joining the X-Men artist hall of fame, and his thoughts on his contributions to these and other wildly popular characters. Adding to the excitement, Sketch supplies its usual uncannily instructional columns on digital coloring, penciling, scripting, etc. - all the "how-to" both muties and non- mutants alike need to create their own comics, all explained in an eye-catching, informative, and attractive format. (Blue Line Pro) Magazine, 64pg, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #18
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 18

    Despite their disguises, the 80's pop culture sensation Transformers has made no effort to hide its wave of comic success. Pat Lee and Dreamwave have made millions of 21st century bot-fan dreams come true. Join Sketch Magazine as Transformer's illustrator Pat Lee demonstrates that there is more than meets the eye at Dreamwave Productions. Adding to the excitement, Sketch supplies instructional columns on digital coloring, penciling, scripting, etc. ?? all the "how-to" both Autobots and Decepticons alike need to transform themselves into the ultimate artist, all explained in an eye-catching, informative, and attractive format. (Blue Line Pro) Magazine, 64pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #19
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 19

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    Sketch is proud to present an in-depth interview with no less than... Alan Moore! The great master of modern comic-book writing gives a personal and fascinating walk through the creative mind that has thrilled and galvanized the industry. From the early Eclipse projects to his current Wildstorm work, Alan Moore continues to be one of the most interesting, controversial, and skilled creators in the business. As always, Sketch satisfies with plentiful "how-to" instructions from tried-and-true industry talent, packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you hone your artistic edge. Great information, inspiration, and fun! (Blue Line) Magazine, 64pg, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #20
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 20

    Sketch turns 20 with a feature interview of the storytelling sensation J. Michael Straczynski. As creator of the television sci-fi epic Babylon 5, Straczynski has became a major figure behind some of the biggest titles in the comic industry. From Midnight Nation to Spider-Man and his newest Marvel project, Straczynski gives a fascinating look into his process of transforming an idea from scratch into an unstoppable juggernaut of epic storytelling. As always, Sketch satisfies with plentiful "how-to" instructionals from tried-and-true industry talent, packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. (Blue Line Pro) Magazine, 64pg$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #21
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 21

    This issue pays homage to Michael Avon Oeming (Powers). As always, Sketch satisfies with numerous "how-to" instructionals from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! (Blue Line Pro) Magazine, 64pg$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #22
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 22

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    John Romita, Jr. has come out from under the shadow of his legendary father to create a legacy and legend all his own. His dynamic and powerful pencils have brought to life such characters as Iron Man, Daredevil, The Hulk and Spider-Man for Marvel comics. Sketch talks to JR, Jr. about his approach to storytelling and how to bring movement to a page. As always, Sketch is packed with "how-to" articles from the people who know, and gives you the penciling, inking, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become the next big thing in comics. (Blue Line Pro) Magazine, 64pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #23
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 23

    The spotlight is on fan-favorite Ed McGuinness, the man who brings both the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight to life in Superman/Batman! As always, Sketch satisfies with numerous "how-to" instructionals from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! (Blue Line) Magazine, 64pg$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #27
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 27

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    Featuring Michael Turner and Aspen Studio! This issue takes a look at the talented Michael Turner and the hard working group of creators in Aspen Studios. Sketch continues to satisfy with numerous "how-to" instructional tips from tried-and-true industry talent! RES. from Previews Vol. XIV #12 (DEC043011) (Blue Line Production) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 8x11, 64pgs, FCSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #28
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 28

    This issue takes a look at the talented Robert Kirkman whose work continues to show up at Marvel and Image. His creator-owned series' Invincible and The Walking Dead continue to garner critical acclaim. Also, Jason Howard offers a how to from concept to finished colors from his last book The Pact from Image Comics. Sketch continues to satisfies with numerous "how-to" instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. (Blue Line Production) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 64pgs, FCSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #29
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 29

    This issue takes a look at Ethan Van Sciver and his journey from independent publishers to working on one of DC's most heralded relaunches in years. Sketch continues to satisfies with numerous "how-to" instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! (Blue Line Production) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 64pgs, FCSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #30
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 30

    Sketch continues its numerous "how-to" instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. This issue takes a look at Beau Smith, who has many new projects in works and has take time to passes along his secrets for staying busy in the comic book industry. Also in this issue a look at Eduardo Barreto and his latest work on Smith's Cobb series for IDW. (Blue Line Production) (C: 0-1-2) Magazine, 64pgs, PCSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #31
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 31

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    Featuring Uncanny X-Men artist, Billy Tan! This issue takes a look at Uncanny X-Men aritst Billy Tan, examining his rise in the comic industry, and discussing how he handles the pressures of a monthly, high-profile series like the X-Men. Sketch continues to satisfy with numerous "how-to" instructional articles from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer-coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! (C: 0-1-2) Magazine, 64pgs, PCSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #32
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 32

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    Featuring Joseph Michael Linsner! From self publishing his own creation 'Dawn' to creating work for the main publishers, Joseph shares the dedication and work it takes to create his beautifully illustrated work. Sketch continues to satisfies with numerous 'how-to' instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #33
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 33

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    Featuring X-23 artist Mike Choi! This issue takes a look at Mike Choi from Witchblade to his most current work, X-23, from Marvel. Mike has shown that he's talented and professional. This issue discusses how he handles the chores of a monthly comic. Sketch continues to satisfy with numerous 'how-to' instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #34
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 34

    Take a look at comics creator Steve Rude and his new publishing company Rude Dude Productions. Sketch Magazine discusses his rise in the comic industry and how he handles the pressures of publishing. Sketch continues to satisfies with numerous 'how-to' instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help readers become artistic rising stars. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #35
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 35

    Featuring Heroes artist Tim Sale! This issue takes a look at comics creator Tim Sale from his work on the hit TV series Heroes to his work for Marvel and DC Comics. Sketch continues to provide numerous 'how-to' instructionals from industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #36
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 36

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    Take a look at comics creator Skottie Young, from his unique style of art to handling the art chores on Marvel Comics' New Mutants! Sketch continues to satisfy readers everywhere with numerous 'how-to' instructional articles from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #37
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 37

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    Featuring Image Comic's Invincible artist Ryan Ottley! This issue takes a look at comics creator Ryan Ottley from his inspirational art style to illustrating one of the most popular independently published superhero comics. Sketch continues to satisfies with numerous 'how-to' instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #38
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 38

    Sketch continues to satisfy and educate with numerous 'how-to' instructional articles from industry talents, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. The feature article this month covers hit DC Comics writer Geoff Johns, taking a look at his work from Green Lantern, Justice Society of America, and Action Comics to DC's summer crossover blockbuster, Final Crisis! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #39
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 39

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    This issue takes a look at comics illustrator Adam Hughes. From Catwoman and Wonder Woman to Star Wars and beyond, Adam has graced the industry with his beautiful illustrations, and Sketch takes a look at his art and the steps he takes to produce it. Sketch continues to satisfy with numerous 'how-to' instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #40
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    Published 2009 (est.) by Blue Line.

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    This issue takes a look at comics illustrator Adam Hughes. From Catwoman and Wonder Woman to Star Wars and beyond, Adam has graced the industry with his beautiful illustrations, and Sketch takes a look at his art and the steps he takes to produce it. Sketch continues to satisfy with numerous 'how-to' instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #41
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 41

    (W/A) Various Sketch. Magazine returns! In Part 1 of a 2-part interview Alex Ross discusses his daily routine of working from a home studio. Then, we move into his methods of creating some of his modern day iconic comic book masterpieces and how he believes today's publishers could bring a better product to the consumer.Sketch continues to satisfy with numerous 'how-to' instruction from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Plus: Tom Bierbaum - How to Write a Group Book; Matt Busch - Painting Iron Man; Scott Nicholson - Adapting Fiction to Comics; Uko Smith interview. Wonder Woman cover by Alex Ross. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #42
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 42

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    (W/A) Various. Alex Ross discusses his daily routine of working from a home studio. They move into his methods of creating some on modern days iconic comic book masterpieces and how he believes today's publishers could bring a better product to the consumer. Sketch continues to satisfy with numerous 'how-to' instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Plus: Tom Bierbaum - Creative Ways to Actually Be Creative; Darren Mueller - So You Want To Be Published; Carlos E. Gomez - Breaking It Down; Laurence Paul Zrinzo - Painting Thor; Lora Innes - The Dreamer Interview. Superman cover by Alex Ross. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #43
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 43

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    (W/A) Various. Sketch Magazine #43: Featuring DC Comics publisher and Image founder Jim Lee! This issue takes a look at comics creator Jim Lee; from working as an artist at Marvel to being one of the founding members of Image Comics, to his current role as a publisher at DC Comics. Sketch continues to satisfy with numerous 'how-to' instruction, from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Plus: Tom Bierbaum - Protect Yourself; Meghan Hetrick - Drawing Lady Death; Andrew Gettler - Illustrating; Walden Wong - Inks. Superman cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #44
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 44

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    Sketch Magazine #44 profiles Ivan Reis (Green Lantern, Blackest Night, Justice League)! Also inside, we'll chat with Scott Story (Johnny Saturn). Sketch Magazine, the comic industry's leading magazine featuring how-to articles/step-by-steps by Tom Bierbaum (Legion of Super-Heroes), Patrick Blaine, Scott Hanna, Le Beau Underwood, and Dan Fraga. 54 pages. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #45
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 45
    Published 2015 (est.) by Blue Line.

    Sketch Magazine features Frank Cho, Artist Extraordinaire! This issue takes a look at comics creator Frank Cho, from working with Marvel Comics to self-publishing and running a very successful Kickstarter. Sketch continues to satisfy with numerous 'how-to' instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Plus: Tom Bierbaum - Write It Fast; Liam Sharp - Splash Page; Derrick Fish - Designing A Cover; Chris Dreier - Ideas for A Creator-Owned Comic; Mark McKenna - Inking A Cover. Cover by Frank Cho. Great information, inspiration, and fun! 54 pages. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #46
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 46
    Published 2015 (est.) by Blue Line.

    Red Sonja cover by Jenny Frison. This issue takes a look at comic creator Gail Simone, from writing for DC Comics to Dynamite as well as her creator-owned project. Sketch continues to satisfy with numerous 'how-to' instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer-coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Plus: Tom Bierbaum - Toxic Collaborators; Chris Dreier - Digital Inks with Selections; John Wilson - Chat with Eric Adams; Richard Bonk - Creating A Pinup; Robert W. Hickey - Building An Audience. 54 pages. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #47
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 47
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    (W/A) Various This issue of Sketch takes a look at comics creator Colleen Doran... from working on creator owned projects like A Distant Soil, to mainstream publishers. Sketch continues to teach with numerous 'how-to' instructional from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #501
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 501

    From The Flash to Tellos to Fantastic Four, Mike Wieringo has brought his bold and energetic style to the comics page and created excitement in every project he touches. Learn about his artistic influences and find out where he plans to take us in the future. Great information, inspiration, and fun! (Blue Line Pro) RES. from Previews Vol. XIII #12 (DEC032854) Magazine, 64pg, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #502
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 502

    Featuring Greg Land artist of Sojourn! As always, Sketch satisfies with numerous "how- to" instructionals from tried-and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. Great information, inspiration, and fun! Bi-monthly. (Blue Line Pro) Magazine, 64pg, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #503
    Sketch Magazine (2000) 503

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    Featuring Mitch Byrd! This issue will preview Mitch's creator owned series "Kings of The Road." As always, Sketch satisfies with numerous "how-to" instructionals from tried- and-true industry talent, and is packed with penciling, computer coloring, and marketing tips to help you become an artistic rising star. (Blue Line Production) Magazine, 64pgs, FC$5.95 Cover price $5.95.