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Create a Comic Project #1 (2nd Edition) By John Baird
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Create a Comic Project #1 is based on the comic-based writing program of the same name, which has been featured in workshops at Otakon, Tekkoshocon, and other locations across the country! The comic... More > has several lessons about basic comic creation as well as materials to help kids to make their own! The second edition contains even more material than before, making this an invaluable addition to the library of any aspiring comic maker.< Less
Create a Comic Project: Inspiration By John Baird
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Create a Comic Project: Inspiration is based on the comic-based writing program of the same name, which has been featured in workshops at Otakon, Tekkoshocon, and other locations across the country.... More > This issue describes the "Can of Inspiration," a fun and useful tool for kids who struggle with coming up ideas. It includes 8 brand new comic templates and nearly 200 strips - everything you need but the can itself! A great resource not only for those teaching comics, but also for anyone engaged in creative writing activities.< Less
Create a Comic Project #1 By John Baird
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Create a Comic Project #1 is a comic based on the youth literacy program of the same name. It features several quick lessons about basic comic creation as well as materials to help kids to make their... More > own! A perfect item for children and anyone interested in teaching them. Features art by Ryan Estrada, Erin Ptah, Emily Snodgrass, and many others!< Less
Create a Comic Project #2 By John Baird
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The next issue in the Create a Comic Project's youth literacy comic series! Featuring art by Erin Ptah, this issue focuses on the fundamental unit of a comic: panels! What are they? What are... More > different ways they can be arranged? What's the meaning behind the different layouts? All this and more are covered. As with the first issue, the first 20 pages read like a normal comic book, but the last 20 are wordless so kids can write their own stories and practice the activities included. This issue also includes 6 blank templates for kids who want to draw their own. A perfect item for children and anyone interested in teaching them!< Less