Everything related to creating comics can be found here. Drawing, lettering, inking, coloring, scripting, storytelling, publishing, etc... . It also contains links to sites which describe how professional comic artists create their comics. It is supposed to be a list of useful links for those who are creating a part, or a complete comic.
Online guide to comic book lettering and production. Features tips and tricks, articles and newsletters.
Comic fonts and lettering. Some of the fonts are free.
Comic book writing, publishing, drawing, inking and coloring tutorials as well as message boards, and art galleries.
The Center for Cartoon Studies
The Center for Cartoon Studies offers a two-year course of study that centers on the creation and dissemination of comics, graphic novels and other manifestations of the visual narrative.
Creating Comics Resource Site
The resource source of information for comic writers, artists, letterers, and self-publishers.
Digital Prepress for Comics
Information and sale of "Digital Prepress for Comic Books" by Kevin Tinsley. Also provides prepress and consulting services.
A forum to showcase and discuss your independent comic art.
Flickr: Manga and Comic Creators
This group focuses on the creation and promotion of comics and manga that you have created.
Flickr: Personal Comic Strips
Forum for posting your comics and getting feedback from others who draw/ create personal comics too.
Flickr: Photoshop Comics
Pictures transformed to comic books.
Flickr: Selfmade comic
Selfmade comics, made with paint program.
Flickr: The Comics Group
A forum for comic creators to show off their skills.
Offers creative cartoon and promotional design for sales meetings, presentation and web sites. Broadcast toons and animations that move from storyboards to finished art that complete sales and tickle your funnybone.
Gregory Kogan's articles and tutorials for every aspect of cartoon illustration.
Agency assisting comic-book creators in selling and negotiating the rights to their properties and services.
This site hosts a daily cartoon caption contest where members maintain a score defining how funny they are. Members both judge and submit.
The Kubert School
Offers correspondence courses and an online supply depot.
Tutorials on drawing males, females, mechs, effects and comics in general.
Includes recommended books, drawing exercises, and tutorials on topics such as cover design, studio gear and perspective.
Small Press Comics FAQ
FAQ for self-publishing small press comics [minicomics].
Tools for Comics Creators
Tools for comic book creators, including the "Comic Ground" collaboration area, the Gutters and Closure mailing lists, and the FireBlade FreeForm.
Tribe: Comic Creators Invited
A place for comic book creators (artists, inkers, writers, publishers, and others) to come and talk and make connections.
Tribe: Comics Thought, Theory, and Practice
A place for cartoonists and comic lovers everywhere to exchange ideas and thoughts on the art of sequencial art (comics).
Tribe: Indie Comics
A group for those DIY, non-superhero-type comics.
Visual Reference for Comic Artists by Buddy Scalera
A visual reference CD created by comic book writer Buddy Scalera
WhizBang Comic Book Font
A computer font for professional comics lettering. Available in Type2 and TTF. From Studio Daedalus.
Comic book shareware font.
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