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Duane Barnhart's Cartooning Basics-Duane Angie Barnhart

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These activity books are just right to put into the travel bag for a car trip, to go to the store, in the doctor's office, or when visiting friends. Check out my other items! Be sure to add me to your favorites list! My books have Tight bindings with Clean pages and Glossy covers. They are in good condition from my Smoke-free home. I Ship fast using Low shipping costs. Save time and money. Have your book delivered to your door! My store Paper and Rags Galore has books Galore!! I have adult and children's, fiction and nonfiction, hardcover and soft cover. I also have many educational books appropriate for homeschooling. If you are looking for a particular title or author, let me know because chances are that I have it! I have promotions every month. Check them out! See this month's items. Duane Barnhart's Cartooning Basics: Creating the Characters by Duane Barnhart (Editor) Paperback: 73 pages Publisher: Cartoon Connections Press; 1 edition (June, 1997) Language: English ISBN: 0965713601 Product Dimensions: 11.0 x 8.5 x 0.3 inches Shipping Weight: 9.8 ounces. Small Press Book Award Finalist 1998 Comments: No Jacket 4to-over 9 3/4"'"-12"'" tall. Spine has closed tear on bottom of back cover and some scuffing. Cover has 2 small surface scratches. These are more than likely from shelfwear. Otherwise cover is glossy, spine is tight, pages are clean. I don't think it has ever been opened. Signed by Author Duane Barnhart has written an entertaining and humorous book filled with easy to follow suggestions that assure that even beginners-young and old-can produce successful cartoons. Local middle school students loved using the techniques and were getting outstanding illustrations for original stories, cartoons on current events, program covers, greeting cards and just plain fun! This book has 73 pages and is profusely illustrated. The book is a SIGNED PRESENTATION copy from the author, Duane Barnhart. February 2010 Old Times newspaper featuring Duane Barnhart will be enclosed with the book. From Library Journal These are two of the most comprehensive and entertaining cartooning books available. Duane Barnhart, a highly successful teacher, syndicated cartoonist, and illustrator, provides interesting bits on cartoon history and step-by-step lessons on human characters, animals, and imaginary beings. The book attempts to engage the student by having cartoon characters do the teaching. This is alternately whimsical and tedious. Hall's book manages to pack far more material in a cleaner format, while still making the reader laugh on every page. Thus, one learns that of 6000 submissions to King Features Syndicate, only three are accepted, and one learns how to make snacks while preparing one of those submissions. Two fine books. Romalyn Tillmanm, ARTS RAG Long Beach, CA June,/July, 1997 "Want another way to play with the young ones...? Cartooning Basics is a new how-to-draw book, written for kids and adults, by Duane Barnhart, an artist who works in the schools ....Cartooning Basics starts with the simplest strokes of the pencil and takes the budding cartoonist step-by-step through lessons in cartooning..." MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW REVIEWER'S BOOKWATCH, September 1997 "Professional cartoonist Barnhart creates a simple 'how to' manual which will be appreciated especially by young people and beginners. Step-by-step instructions on how to create characters provide kids and teachers alike with a whimsical, appealing format and plenty of easily duplicated techniques." Book Description A new, funny, how-to-cartoon book filled with great lessons. Duane Barnhart has expanded his cartooning career from national magazine cartoons, newspaper syndication, and book illustration to include the classroom as an artist-in-residence. He now brings his successful cartooning lessons to everyone in Duane Barnhart's Cartooning Basics. The book carries many endorsements from teachers, parents, professional cartoonists, and most importantly, KIDS. Charles M. Schulz, Creator of Peanuts, wrote the foreword, and initial response indicates the book will become a standard reference in cartooning and teaching. From the Publisher We were thrilled and honored to have the following endorsement from Charles M. Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip, who wrote: "Probably one of the best things about Duane Barnhart's book is his emphasis upon the fun and joy of cartooning. I don't think anyone can deny that there are times when it is extremely hard work and takes total dedication. I do believe, however, that drawing funny pictures, whether for newspapers or simply on a letter to a friend, can be wonderfully satisfying. Duane Barnhart leads you, in his writing and cartoon samples, to the sort of start that everyone, who wishes to draw cartoons, certainly needs." From the Author When I was growing up in Minneapolis, I didn't realize that my heroes were all around me. Charles M. Schulz, creator of Peanuts, was born only 30 blocks from my boyhood home in south Minneapolis, and Curt Swan, one of the greatest Superman artists from the 1950's and 1960's was born only 12 blocks away. I was surrounded by my idols. So, from this neighborhood, I grew up drawing cartoons for fun, I eventually worked my way into becoming a full time cartoonist, a job I had dreamed of all my life. My wife (co-author) Angie, and I, now teach cartooning to thousands of students in schools and art centers throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin. Everywhere we go, we see aspiring cartoonists with a genuine passion for cartooning, and we delight in their discovery of the right lines and shapes. We did everything we could thing of to include this basic learning in the book and still make it fun to use. I still have fun drawing cartoons, and I hope that this book gives others a chance to enjoy some of that same fun. From the Back Cover "Every year, the day Duane arrives to teach cartooning stands out easily as the children's (as well as my) favorite day! The kids are on the edge of their seats as he brings his wonderful cartoons to life. Now, with a copy of this fabulous book, the kids can enjoy that "edge-of-their-seatness" whenever they please." Karen Schirmer, Third Grade Teacher, Riverside Elementary School, Brainerd, Minnesota "Very inspiring and educational. Kids enjoy following a book like yours with a character that is cute and simple. I liked the idea for the name 'Number 2.'" Megan Brown, age 10, Author of The Rainbow Burbles and The Christmas Burbles "If you or someone you know wants to get started cartooning, buy this book! Duane Barnhart has taken his years of experience teaching cartooning to school age students and constructed a book which is at once; easy to understand, interesting to look at and delivers solid, step-by-step instruction for the beginning cartoonist." Jerry VanAmerongen, Creator of The Neighborhood and Ballard Street comic strips. "Duane Barnhart has written an entertaining and humorous book filled with easy to follow suggestions that assure that even beginners - young and old - can produce successful cartoons. My middle school students loved using the techniques and were getting outstanding illustrations for original stories, cartoons on current events, program covers, greeting cards and just plain fun!" Katharine Churchill, High Potential Resource Teacher, Chippewa Middle School, Moundsview, Minnesota Adjunct Professor of Art Education, Bethel College and Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota "This book is the most user friendly, and comprehensive beginning cartooning book that I have seen. The funny narrative draws anybody of any age in, and leads them in an appealing way to draw successful cartoon characters. As an artist, and home schooling mom of three sons, I appreciate the clarity and logical way that the material is presented. My seven year old son reads it everyday during breakfast!" Julia Suits, Portrait/Caricaturist, Creators Syndicate and home schooling mother of three. About the Author Duane Barnhart's cartoons have been published in The Saturday Evening Post, MPLS-ST. PAUL Magazine and many other regional and nation magazines. During the 1980's, Barnhart drew a nationally syndicated cartoon strip called Can You Solve The Mystery?. His editorial cartoons and illustrations have won awards on both local and national levels. Barnhart has illustrated many children's books, and has drawn thousands of advertising and promotional cartoons for scores of businesses and publishers. Currently, Barnhart spends much of his time teaching his successful cartooning techniques to thousands of students in schools, colleges, and art centers throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin as an artist-in-residence. Barnhart has been chosen to be a Roster Artist for both the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Duluth, Minnesota, Depot Outreach Program. In addition to his teaching, Barnhart currently draws cartoon features for magazines and does illustration for books and advertising when time allows. Barnhart lives with his family in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. Duane Barnhart, professional cartoonist, cartooning teacher, and author, has taught thousands of young people the techniques used by the pro's. An artist in the schools with the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Duluth Depot Outreach program, "Mr. B." has also taught many community education programs to both young people and adults. Duane's professional credentials include being a syndicated cartoonist, editorial cartoonist, advertising cartoonist, and illustrator. He operates Cartoon Connections, a cartooning, teaching and design studio.
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