|Printing and binding the handouts helps to use them as quick reference|
There are plenty of handouts out there. From time to time, servers fall down and the copies are lost in cyberspace, so I reccommend to download (so you can check them in a tablet) or print (bind them together as a reference/morgue file) those useful resources:
- Wally Wood’s 22 Panels that Always Work, simple yet effective handout about comic book storytelling with 22 panel shots. Includes Wally Wood's original handout as well as a fan-version using Wood's published panels.
- Carson van Osten handout on Mickey Comics flashes mistakes to avoid in a compact handout.
- A few notes about Inking by Michael Cho.
- How to draw unique characters by napalmnacey and her 25 Face Expressions challenge (downloadable template here)
- Mannequin studies by Andrew Loomis. Extracted from one of his books.
- Figure drawing handouts by Douglas do Amaral.
- T. Motley as cartooniologist presents his instructional handouts (downloadables as JPG y PDF).
- Drawing Theories of Bob Camp.
Via Mike Lynch blog, a podcast with cartoonist Sam Gross.One thing I tell young cartoonists: a magazine is like going out on a date, and a book is like getting married. If you’re going out on a date, you don’t need a lawyer. If you’re doing a book, you get a lawyer
My name is Jose M. Bielza and I'm a moonlightning cartoonist from Madrid, Spain.You can see some samples of my work here (spanish) and here (english).
After more than 600 posts in my blog in spanish about Cartooning Resources I realized most of the material I collect comes from english sources. So, why not starting an english blog?
This is a blog about free cartoonig resources. That is tips, tools, materials, tutorials, books, videos, examples... whatever you would need either if you are a pro, a moonlightning, an amateur or a humble aficionado of this form of Art. I post my own material as well as links to other resources that are available in multiple internet places (copyright owners still hold their rights, of course).