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How to Draw Cartoons - this book will help the complete novice turn out professional looking cartoons in minutes (English Edition) par [Platt, Brian]
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Fun, simple and entertaining – this book will help the complete novice turn out professional looking cartoons in minutes. Suitable for all age groups.

Internationally renowned cartoonist, Brian Platt, gives tips on creating cartoons starting with a simple circle you'll soon be creating great characters and professional looking cartoons.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 18403 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 64 pages
  • Editeur : Accent Press Ltd (8 décembre 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B008J088OS
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8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Take Your Doodles to the Next Level! 25 juillet 2012
Par Aravis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
This is a super-simple, entertaining guide to making your doodles cartoon-strip quality. Presented in the format of a cartoon, each page contains a simple step/tip with tons of examples and humorous interjections from the characters on the page. The guide starts you off drawing circles, then noses, then eyes, and so on. It's so easy even a very small child could pick it up and learn. My only problem with the book is the hangtime between pushing the page flip button and actually getting to the next page. This is because each page contains drawings which takes a bit more loading time than just text. But each page is worth the wait.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Surprisingly Brilliant! 21 septembre 2012
Par mrejunkie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book is the only simple book I've found that teaches a beginner step-by-step how to draw cartoons.

Other instruction manuals give too much theory and discussion; this one gets straight to business.

Other instruction manuals start too complicated; this one starts from scratch.

Other instruction manuals give a few examples and say, "draw like that"; this one actually gives you practical exercises, like simple modules in a course.

Other instruction manuals teach you tricks on drawing faces only, for example; this one quickly teaches you how to cartoon just about everything you'll need: faces, bodies, scenery, etc.

Other instruction manuals give you too many options and leave you overwhelmed; this one gives you one basic style to start with, after which you can build to greater complexity.

This book is simply brilliant and brilliantly simple. I haven't seen anything like it. One of my favourite quotes is from Da Vinci: "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." This book captures the meaning of that quote.

I'm almost never this impressed with a book. What a pleasant surprise!

This book has gotten me so excited about finally learning to cartoon--I can't wait.

One final wonderful aspect of this book is the price: $2.99, as low-priced as you'll find a book on how to draw cartoons. It's worth 10x that much.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 10 stars for Brian Platt 19 avril 2013
Par Joel Sevilla - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Reluctantly I decide to do this review amazed by some of the reviews I saw. I couldn't believe it. Maybe I should restrain myself.

One person said that cost more than 6 cents a page. How much is a Picasso drawing in a page? Picasso is one of the best cartoonist in history.

The same reviewer said the author assumes you know how to draw. The great master painters didn't give detailed lessons: they thought BY EXAMPLE, by practice. Art students go to museums to draw without lessons, watching, imitating. You have to try by yourself, nobody can eat for you.

A lady wants step by step instructions: there are for free hundreds of references of that kind in Internet and in a lot of Kindle books for very low prices.

She says it is kids drawings (like Picasso's?, like cave painting?)

Soorry if I am being rude but can we say with this kind of reviews. Buy the book!

The Brian Platt style is simple, naive, spontaneous, abstract; With very few lines he expresses in a fun way ALL emotions and mains characteristics that make a human being; by abstraction (a real art) he leaves the observer free to build the whole image, he suggests, points and you go by yourself to find out the whole thing. It is your construction also!

I see two problems with this absolutely marvellous book:

One: Brian Platt is a genius, he is one of the few Picassos in the field of cartoons. For sure its is very difficult to imitate jus one of his lines. Do you remember the Picasso's horses and bulls? with very few lines he built marvellous works of art.

Second: Unfortunately Brian Platt doesn't say anything about digital drawing so important in this times. I personally try the Platt's style in vectorial drawing software. It works marvellous! I am developing a cartoon book with this tools and Brian examples.

That's all I wanted to say. This little drawings are made with four little strokes each one: ;-) :-( :-)

Do you like Gustave Doré drawings? Nooooo? Whow!

Detailed lessons? Take a pencil and a piece of paper, draw one crooked circle (the head), two little points very close (the eyes), one little curve (the mouth). That is drawing! You can put a little nose if you want :-)
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book, very helpful and well presented. 4 septembre 2015
Par WakkyWabbit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book is 60 pages on my Kindle Paperwhite. Although it is somewhat short, the information is well presented and covers many areas. It helped me with issues which were causing my cartoons to look awkward. I do not feel the book was too short. It was just right.

The info is geared toward drawing basic cartoons, not caricatures. There are areas about defining the faces and elements to make them more specific to people, gender, age, etc. The images are like the ones on the front cover of the book. There are lots of examples on one page with little tips and notes mingled between. There are no huge sections of text. The author gives lots of image variations on each topic.

The author seems to cover just about everything from gender, faces, hands, clothes, objects, positioning of elements in relation to sex and gender ... and a whole lot more. There are also sections about inanimate objects.

Except for the front cover, this book is all black and white. I can see and read everything well on both my Paperwhite and my Kindle Cloud Read. The Cloud Reader on my Chromebook allows me to see the images a bit bigger but the Paperwhite's smaller screen is still easy to view (for me). On my Paperwhite, I only had one image per screen (unlike another reviewer that had two). On my Cloud Reader, I had two images per screen. (one image is like the pic I am posting).

My pages turned very quickly with all the graphics and I had no lag at all.

There really are a lot of helpful tips in this book and the price is right ... only $2.99. I feel I got a much more than my money's worth.

Unless Amazon removes it, I am including one screen shot from a single page on the Cloud Reader so you can get an idea of what the pages look like.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 super fast results 24 octobre 2014
Par Michelle Miller Phelps - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I bought this book after reading the reviews and was drawing cartoon faces the same day I started reading it. The author starts you out with a simple, fun exercise that builds your confidence quickly then shows you how to make modifications that add interest, variety, and expression. I normally draw in a hyper-realistic style, completing a drawing in an average of 10-12 hours, and always thought I wasn't good at dashing off a quick, spontaneous drawing. This book has given me the process and confidence to do that, and has opened up my drawing world to a new style and way of thinking about drawing. Now I get to have fun doodling and scribbling without a care in the world, and I actually end up with something I enjoy showing to friends and family. My kids are super impressed with me! LOL! I couldn't be happier with the results!
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