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Draw Magazine (2001) comic books 2003-2005

  • Issue #5
    Draw Magazine (2001) 5

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    Draw!, the professional "how-to" make on comics, cartooning, and animation, celebrates its one-year anniversary with a bang in issue #5! Editor Mike Manley has again gathered a stellar line-up of top industry pros to share the tips and tricks of sequential art! This issue includes a step-by-step on producing Powers, the hit Image comic by Brian Bendis and Mike Oeming; penciling by Mike Wieringo (Tellos, Superman); and an inking demo by Mark McKenna (Marvel's Exiles and Detective)! Plus, the regular Draw! columnists return, featuring Bret Blevins with drawing figures in compositions, Paul Rivoche on design for comics and animation, Ande Parks (Green Arrow) with art supply reviews, and more! (TwoMorrow's Publishing) Magazine, 8x11, 88pg, PC $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #6
    Draw Magazine (2001) 6

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    Start off with a bang by our terrific cover from former Ren & Stimpy cellmates Bill (Monroe) Wray and Stephen DeStefano! Inside, there are interviews and "How-To" demos on all aspects of creating comic imagery, including: an interview and demo on cartooning and painting by Bill Wray; working in the digital realm in comics and illustration with cover artist Celia Calle; Stephen DeStefano on crossing over and working in both comics and animation; and an inking tutorial by Draw! editor Mike Manley! Plus, the latest installment of our regular feature on figure drawing by Bret Blevins, a look at adding light and shadow to your work, new product reviews with Ande Parks, and even more of what's made Draw! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 9x11, 88pg, PC $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #7
    Draw Magazine (2001) 7

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    The professional "How-To" magazine on comics, cartooning, and animation, kicks off with a cover by featured artist Daniel Brereton! In an interview, learn his full-color techniques. Plus: caricaturist Zach Trenholm! He gives a step-by-step demonstration! Also, Alberto Ruiz provides a custom brush lesson on Adobe Illustrator. (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 88pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #8
    Draw Magazine (2001) 8

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    The professional "How-To" magazine on comics, cartooning, and animation, has lined up more top pros to show you the tricks of the trade! From comics to video games, there's an interview and demo by Matt Haley (Birds of Prey)! Animation Basics with Disney animator Tom Bancroft (Opposites Attract, Mulan)! From Spain, we explore the fantastic cartooning of José Agreda! There's our regular drawing feature by Bret Blevins! Plus reviews of the best art supplies, links, and more, all behind a new Matt Haley cover! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 88pg, PC $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #9
    Draw Magazine (2001) 9

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    Draw! #9 concludes a two-part crossover with Write Now #8! You'll continue to follow the creative process of Danny Fingeroth and Mike Manley as they create their new comic character, "The Thief of Time". The result is a full-color eight-page comic bound into this issue of Draw! Want to know how to make a comic book from scratch? All the answers are in this two-part series, taking you from script to print. Where Write Now #8 leaves off with brainstorming concepts, sketches, plot, and scripting, Mike Manley and Draw! take over with penciling, inking and coloring, lettering, and prepress. You'll even follow the process of shepherding a comic all the way through the printing plant as well, teaching you everything you need to make your own comic! On top of all this will be an interview and demo by PVP's Scott Kurtz! A spotlight on Noel Sickles, "Father of the realistic comic strip" by Bret Blevins! Adobe Illustrator demos by Alberto Ruiz (Dr. Cyberfunken)! The return of Ande Parks, the Crusty Critic, with art supply reviews! Plus Draw!'s new Comics Section, featuring all new comics by some of today's top cartoonists, like Bill Wray, Jose Agreda, and more! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 8x11, 96pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #10
    Draw Magazine (2001) 10

    It's up, up and away in Draw! #10, the professional "how-to" magazine on comics, cartooning, and animation! From Captain America to the JLA, artist Ron Garney gives us a candid interview on his career, and a step-by-step on how he works (plus a new Superman cover)! Graham Nolan, artist on Batman and two of the classic and remaining adventure newspaper strips (The Phantom and Rex Morgan, MD), takes us into his studio and shows us how he keeps up the pace producing two strips! Also, Draw! editor Mike Manley peels back the mystery on Adult Swim's new hit cartoon The Venture Brothers with its creator Jackson Public and NYC's Noodle Soup Studio. See plenty of production art, storyboards and more! Plus, regular Draw! instructor Bret Blevins on "Dynamic Drapery (Part 2)," Alberto Ruiz (a.k.a. Dr. Cyberfunken) with great Adobe Illustrator tricks and tips, and more! (Twomorrows Publishing) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 8x11, 96pgs, PC SRP: $5.95 DRAW #10 It's up, up and away in Draw! #10, the professional "how-to" magazine on comics, cartooning, and animation! From Captain America to the JLA, artist Ron Garney gives us a candid interview on his career, and a step-by-step on how he works (plus a new Superman cover)! Graham Nolan, artist on Batman and two of the classic and remaining adventure newspaper strips (The Phantom and Rex Morgan, MD), takes us into his studio and shows us how he keeps up the pace producing two strips! Also, Draw! editor Mike Manley peels back the mystery on Adult Swim's new hit cartoon The Venture Brothers with its creator Jackson Public and NYC's Noodle Soup Studio. See plenty of production art, storyboards and more! Plus, regular Draw! instructor Bret Blevins on "Dynamic Drapery (Part 2)," Alberto Ruiz (a.k.a. Dr. Cyberfunken) with great Adobe Illustrator tricks and tips, and more! (Twomorrows Publishing) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 8x11, 96pgs, PC SRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #11
    Draw Magazine (2001) 11

    Multiple Eisner Award winner Steve Rude's skill and powerful draftsmanship have made him one of the most talented artist for almost two decades. Rude discusses his approach to the craft of comics and drawing. Also, from the heyday of the web cartoon, Roque Ballesteros has been in the forefront of Flash animation. Having survived the burst of the dot-coms, Ballesteros continues to be one of the leaders in Flash animation. (Twomorrows Publishing) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 8x11, 96pgs, PCSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.