Comic Art Video Tutorials
It's one thing to learn about the techniques and methods used to create a Comic Book illustration, but where, when and how do you apply them? These video tutorials reveal it all as they walk you through each stage of the drawing process.
Color, Value & Lighting - Part 1 | With Ric Bülow, Aaron Bartling & Katie Price
Figure Drawing & Gesture (With Ric Bülow, Robert Marzullo & Anaïs Castillo)
References for Figure Drawing | With Ric Bülow, Aaron Bartling & Katie Price
Throughout this tutorial one of the key themes we’ll be concentrating on for both the mannequin model and muscle structure of the male figure is ‘form’.
In this creature design tutorial we’ll be drawing the Arachomorphette, the female counterpart to the Arachnomorph Alpha. Would you believe she’s even fiercer?
In this tutorial you'll learn how to draw the female head from the top down and bottom up perspectives in the three quarter view.
In this tutorial I’ll be showing you the step by step process I use for constructing the mannequin model. Then we'll use it as a base for an in-depth anatomy study.
Continuing on from our previous creature design tutorial featuring the Arachnomorph Alpha, we’ll be getting up close and personal with this creepy critter as we zoom in and create a highly detailed rendition of his head.
Throughout this tutorial you’ll learn a multitude of inking techniques that’ll give you the ability to ink your characters with sharp, streamlined contours.
In this tutorial, I’ll give you an in-depth overview of my favourite features inside Figurosity, explaining how I use them to keep my figure drawing skills sharp and on point.
In this demonstration we’ll be coloring up Oriana, from Tin Man Game’s, The Warlock of Firetop Mountain. You’ll get an overview of my basic approach to comic book style coloring.
In today’s video you'll get an inside look at the first chapter of my new Superheroines Course, where we'll go through the preliminary stages of designing a compelling female comic book character.
In this demonstration you’ll get an inside look at my process for designing comic style creatures! More specifically, we’ll be working on a design that takes a humanoid figure, and an arachnid, and combines them into the savage, man hunting Arachnomorph!
In this video I’ll be showing you the inking process of a character called Oriana. This piece was commissioned by Tin Man Games for a Game Book called “The Warlock of Firetop Mountain.”
In today’s demonstration I’ll be showing you my process for another character design. This time we’re working on a concept for Rob Arnold’s Replicator Comic Book.
In today’s comic art critique we’ll be taking a look at some female character designs that were created by Philipp Nietsch for the Superheroines Course.
In the next lesson of my How to Draw Girls tutorial series you’ll learn how to draw the downward views of the female head from the front.
In this tutorial special guest instructor Ed Foychuk teaches us how to paws, talons and hooves.
In the 3rd and final chapter of the Cyber-Spectre series I’ll show you how to use a variety of shading techniques to create depth, tonal variation and texture within your comic art.
In this video critique we’ll be reviewing the female figures drawn up by Arden Belfry, for his Superheroines Assignment.
In this comic art tutorial, you’ll learn how to draw the front of the female face.
In this video I’ll be showing you a behind the scenes look at my design process for a comic book character called 'Pain'.
In this demonstration we continue with the comic book cover illustration for Richard Emm’s “Cyber Spectre” as we enter into the inking stage.
How can we avoid obstacles when it comes to practicing comic book art? That’s what I’ll be covering in this video as we bring to light five ways to not practice comic art.