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Webcomics is an introduction to one of todays fastest growing and most exciting new mediaonline comics. Created digitally and distributed on the Internetsometimes for free, sometimes on subscriptionwebcomics represent both a new publishing model and a brand new art form. They range in style from traditional-looking cartoon strips to innovative, experimental works that may integrate imagery from photography, video, and other sources, and feature audio soundtracks, animation, and interactivity.

Webcomics offers an in-depth look at what is happening in this arearevealing who the pioneers are, what sort of work theyre doing, and what kind of digital tools and techniques they employ. Combining profiles of well-known webcomics creators with detailed workthroughs that reveal the nuts and bolts of every aspect of comic creation and presentation, this book is a must for anyone interested in where comics are headed in the 21st century.

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  • An up-to-the-minute examination of this completely new graphic art form
  • A visual tour-de-force that showcases the best work being produced in the world today
  • Detailed, practical advice and guidance on how to design, create, and publish online comics
  • Interviews with leading artists walk the reader through all the essential steps in the various creative processes on the path from idea to finished product

Paperback: 192 pages
Barron's Educational Series (August 1, 2005)
ISBN: 0764129821

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Web design by Alexander Danner
Background image from Astronaut Elementary, by Dave Roman