Stan Lee’s Master Class Book Review from @kleffnotes

From the mind of the co-creator of the Marvel Universe comes Stan Lee’s Master Class. This book is designed to be an in-depth instructional work that will help you to learn, and possibly use, the tools, styles, and techniques of top comics artists. This book is the perfect next step for those who are interested or want to grow their skills in comic creation.

Taking ideas from his previous books, the idea of this book is to help give aspiring artists the ability to elevate their skills and bring their comics up to a professional-quality. With both examples from Stan Lee’s own collaborations with Marvel as well as work from today’s top comics creators, this guide looks at anatomy, perspective and character design. It also expands on some of the previous books like this by including sections on manga art styles, digital creation, and so much more.

While I myself am not exactly an artist, I am a proficient pen doodler in meetings, but that is not something anyone wants to see published, I still found myself enjoying this book. Stan Lee’s Master Class is so full of information and just such great insights that even the least artistically inclined will be able to take something away form this. Outside of that, the illustrations themselves are a delight to see. If you are looking for a way to connect more deeply with the comics universes that you love this is a book you need to check out. You can get your copy of Stan Lee’s Master Class today.

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