[[ Free kindle ]] Cartoon Cool: How To Draw The New Retro-Style Characters Author Christopher Hart – Intimatenights.co.uk

Cartoon Cool: How To Draw The New Retro-Style Characters One Of The World S Leading Cartoon Artists Shows Readers How To Capture The Retro Look Of Sponge Bob, Dexter, And Other Popular Comics, Revealing How To Recapture The S In Cartoons All Ages

About the Author: Christopher Hart

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Cartoon Cool: How To Draw The New Retro-Style Characters book, this is one of the most wanted Christopher Hart author readers around the world.

5 thoughts on “Cartoon Cool: How To Draw The New Retro-Style Characters

  1. dutchw48 dutchw48 says:

    If you are looking for a 5 star book on cartooning, Christopher Hart has written many of the best This particular book, that focuses on retro style, is a little advanced than Chris other books and omits many of the concepts beginners will find rewarding Chris Humongous Book of Cartooning is spectacular for the novice, as is the wonderful book Art for Kids Cartooning by Art Roche BTW It is NOT just fo

  2. lipsiupolis.de Customer lipsiupolis.de Customer says:

    This review is pretty much the same for all of the Christopher Hart Cartooning books I kinda suck at drawing, but with these books and a vector program I was able to create some cartoon characters that I was happy with I m mostly a 3D artist, but recently I purchased Moho pro 12, a vector animation software, and wanted to create some 2D characters of my own Christopher Hart teaches the art of cartooning, so i

  3. Clinton Watkins Clinton Watkins says:

    If you are interested in learning to draw the new retro style cartoons, you can t go wrong with this book Christopher Hart begins Cartoon Cool by explaining what makes cartoons retro as opposed to traditional style of cartooning He then moves on to specifics such as standard characters often found in retro cartoons Characters such as kids, the shopaholic mother, the clueless dad, mad scientists and family pets are d

  4. Anise Anise says:

    As most people reading this review probably know, Hart s books are a mixed bag But some of them are surprisingly good if you re willing to take them as they are, and Cartoon Cool is one of those.Basically, Hart outlines a cartooning style that isn t profound, but is a lot of fun I don t know if I d really call it the most retro thing you could ever imagine it s sort of Flintstones meets Oddparents I d rather see something li

  5. Burr Burr says:

    As usual the item arrived in good shape in on time No complaints.The book itself is nice to look at, there are some nice pages of drawing inside Perhaps it s geared for little kids or something I can see giving this to a bunch of ten year old s and letting them loose There are lots of pictures and filler but the actual instructional content could have been printed up on a bus schedule The book is good for kids, or people starting ou

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