qWith humor and authority, Peter tells it like it is--from the essentials of character development, plot and pacing--right down to the nitty-gritties of fight scenes, sound effects and the fine art of the word balloon. You'll learn where to look for original ideas and how to develop them into powerful and publishable scripts. Illustrations from all the major comics publishers show the process of comic-book creation, from scripting to inking, and industry bigwigs offer advice on breaking inq--Page 4 of cover.job of scripting is deceptively simple: to convey verbally that which the artist does not, or cannot, put across visually. ... Comic book storytelling has married the verbal to the visual in ways never before utilized. Granted we dona#39;t have the use ofmovie aids such as music, sound effects and actors, but clever writers can use the astatica aspect ofcomics to put across certain sequences in more powerful waysanbsp;...
|Title||:||Writing for Comics with Peter David|
|Publisher||:||IMPACT - 2006-06-23|