The quick minds who brought you Quick Draw Flip Books and Thumb Doodles are getting awfully ambitious. Their latest everything-included, draw-right-in-it, how-to book promises not only to teach you how to draw comics but also how to find your inner funny person. How to Draw Funny comes with a mechanical pencil, a white eraser, and three markers in various tones of gray and black.
The markers are all dual-tipped — one end makes wide lines and the other end has a fine point for thin lines, perfect for a black-and-white drawing lesson. Need more training wheels? We also tossed in plastic, easy-trace templates of essential comic shapes like speech bubbles, bursts, blaps, blobs, bonks, and bings. Use these cool tools to practice drawing right on the pages.
Friendly instructions show you how to put stick figures in funny scenarios. How to show action and energy. How to draw sound effects. How to exaggerate. How to create a character and set a scene. How to accentuate the ridiculous. Basically, how to get laughs. Go ahead. Find the funny in you.