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Bryan Hitch's Ultimate Comics Studio

Bryan Hitch's Ultimate Comics Studio

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Delve into the world of the top comic artist, Bryan Hitch and get the inside story on his inspirations and processes from 20 years of creating comic books.

Discover the drawing stages he follows to create his iconic comic art, from roughing out through to finished pencils, inks and colours.

Look back through Bryan's stunning portfolio and learn about the pieces he's most proud of and how he manages to keep his work fresh and impactful.

Find out about inking styles and get advice on how to approach your own work to achieve the best results.

Get first-hand advice from the comic master on how to break into the comic world, including what to include in your portfolio, who to approach and when.
For more information or to order, visit: http://www.northlightshop.com/product/bryan-hitchs-ultimate-comics-studio-z2970/

Delve into the world of the top comic artist, Bryan Hitch and get the inside story on his inspirations and processes from 20 years of creating comic books.

Discover the drawing stages he follows to create his iconic comic art, from roughing out through to finished pencils, inks and colours.

Look back through Bryan's stunning portfolio and learn about the pieces he's most proud of and how he manages to keep his work fresh and impactful.

Find out about inking styles and get advice on how to approach your own work to achieve the best results.

Get first-hand advice from the comic master on how to break into the comic world, including what to include in your portfolio, who to approach and when.

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Categories:Types, Comics
Published by: F&W, a Content and eCommerce Company on Sep 24, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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Foreword 6 Introduction 8Storytelling 15Composition 31Drawing 51Inking & Colour 93 The Business End 107The Cover 117Index 128
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Sequential action
STORYTELLING
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When you receive a script the writer will have broken the book down into pages in the script, but sometimes it will be necessary to add pages to a scene – or even to remove them. Sequential action is about the pacing of the story and deciding how many panels to use to tell it. If I can tell it in less space then I will do so.
Controlling the movement
Working out the number of panels to give over to a particular story, or phase of a story, is a fairly gradual process. Sometimes there are times when I am not even aware that I’m thinking about it, and there are others that require a little bit of sketching. Sometimes I just can’t see it at all and it takes a bit of working out. One thing is nearly always for certain, however, and that is that the writer of the script will have asked for too many things to be happening in one panel, or they have asked for movie-tricks like camera pans that just can’t be achieved easily. So controlling the movement of the story, the panels and the composition of the panels is an absolutely crucial stage in the process and one that you must get absolutely right. Movement is not always just the physical movement of the objects in the frames; if people are talking while they are moving
 Action in action 
Sequential action happens on every page with the progression of the story, as demonstrated here in
The Ultimates
 where Cap and Bucky are on a mission to apprehend Baron Zemo. Having the conclusion of the action in the final panel is a natural termination point. Carrying the action over a page, or having it earlier in the panel sequence would be less impactful.
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since I gave the opportunity to see the ultimates of Brian Hitch I left trapped with the art of this great modern artist of the comics . thanks Brian!
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