The Creative License
Giving Yourself Permission to Be the Artist You Truly Are
Paperback ISBN: 1401307922
A handwritten and fully-illustrated guide offers an approach to reconnecting with one's own creative energies--using drawing as an example--that ultimately leads to self-expression and creativeness without fear. Original.
A Golden Celebration
Hardcover ISBN: 0062702440
A fiftieth anniversary commemoration of a perennially popular comic strip follows such beloved Peanuts characters as Charlie Brown and Snoopy from their 1950 inception through the present, and includes Schulz's comments on his work. BOMC & QPB Main.
Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
A Course in Enhancing Creativity and Artistic Confidence
Paperback ISBN: 0874775132
Helps the reader gain access to right-brain functions, which affect artistic and creative abilities, by teaching the skills of drawing through unusual exercises designed to increase visual skills
The Little Book of Drawing
A Friendly Approach
Hardcover ISBN: 1581808852
Introduces the basic concepts of drawing that allow a beginner to develop their talent, covering fundamental techniques that include contours, textures, and composition, while offering exercises for practice.
Hardcover ISBN: 0151007098
Blending elements of French surrealism, Japanese haiku, and offbeat humor, the master of the macabre presents an entertaining tale, inspired by Samuel Foote's nonsensical poem "The Grand Panjandrum," in which a series of seemingly unrelated events becomes suddenly significant. 35,000 first printing.
In the Studio
Visits With Contemporary Cartoonists
Paperback ISBN: 0300133871
These studio visits with some of today’s most popular and innovative comic artists present an unparalleled look at the cutting edge of the comic medium. The artists, some of whom rarely grant interviews, offer insights into the creative process, their influences and personal sources of inspiration, and the history of comics. The interviews amount to private gallery tours, with the artists commenting, now thoughtfully, now passionately, on their own work as well as the works of others. The book is generously illustrated with full-color reproductions of the artists’ works, including some that have been published and others not originally intended for publication, such as sketchbooks and personal projects. Additional illustrations show behind-the-scenes working processes of the cartoonists and particular works by others that have influenced or inspired them. Through the eyes of these artists, we see with a new clarity the achievement of contemporary cartoonists and the extraordinary possibilities of comic art. Extensive interviews with: Ivan Brunetti, Charles Burns, Daniel Clowes, Robert Crumb, Jaime Hernandez, Gary Panter, Seth, Art Spiegelman, Chris Ware