Best Books To Learn How To Draw Comic Books

Sep 7, 2018 | Illustration | 0 comments

Before the big boom in the 80s when it became cool to draw comic books, many comic book artists hid what they did as a profession. They didn’t want to be associated with what was considered the geek culture. Nowadays, with the emergence of blockbuster movies and television shows based on popular comic books, being a geek is in fashion and being able to draw comic books is not only cool, but it’s become a respected art form that anyone can try.

Visit any comic book store, and you will see a cornucopia of styles covering everything from abstract to cartoonish to ultra-realistic. Just about every style of illustration is represented in those pages. This gives hope to anyone wanting to draw comic books that regardless of their style, there is a market for them.

We here at Best Books For Creatives are huge comic book fans, and we found it difficult to narrow down our list of the best books to learn how to draw comic books. But we think we did a pretty good job of capturing an assortment to please any illustrator regardless of their artistic style.

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Our Top Pick

Our Top Pick for the best book on how to draw comic books is Draw Comics: How To Draw Comics For Beginners by Gala Studio. This book’s step by step approach starts you off with simple sketches and progresses you to drawing wonderful pictures in no time. Aimed at young children and teens, don’t let this books approach fool you. Anyone wanting to learn how to draw comic books will benefit from this book.

Here is our list of the best books to learn how to draw comic books.

If you know of any good books about drawing comic books that we’ve missed, please be sure to share it in the comments below.

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