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If you've ever asked...

"What is storytelling?"

"How do I decide the shape and size of my panels?"

"What is the role of page and panels in comic book storytelling?

...then this is lesson for you! Shawn will walk you through the site types of panel transitions used in comic book storytelling. He will define what they are and demonstrate how they all work, step by step, explaining everything he does as he goes. You'll also learn about "page real estate", pacing, rhythm, and how to decide which panels should be large and which panels should be small.

At the end of this lesson you will have all the necessary tools and knowledge needed to start telling your own stories with your drawings!

This is a Level 1: Foundation studies lesson.

Foundation studies are your entry level classes. These course studies help you to build a solid foundation that will directly apply to your core studies. This level includes topics such as Figure Drawing, Perspective, Composition, Introductions to art related software, Exercises, and some slightly more advanced concepts like Foundational Storytelling. This level is where you develop the skills needed BEFORE creating a comic. This level is equivalent to your Freshman year of college.

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Each video in the library is taught by a professional comic book artist. With this unique and intimate learning experience, you will be given access to the artist’s every thought, technique, and intent as they create one-of-a-kind pieces of art on camera. Thanks to the on-demand streaming format, you can watch from the comfort of your home, studio, or just about anywhere you want. Start your INKPULP INSTRUCTION journey today and join the new wave of art education.

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