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Hart teaches the aspiring artist the techniques and principles needed to create the moody world of crime noir. He offers instruction in the use of shadows to create intense comic book moods and suspense.


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Hart teaches the aspiring artist the techniques and principles needed to create the moody world of crime noir. He offers instruction in the use of shadows to create intense comic book moods and suspense.

30 review for Drawing Crime Noir: For Comics and Graphic Novels

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ami

    This is by far my favorite art book I have. My copy is almost worn out from all the times I've pulled it off the shelf and read through it. I love Noir art and it is just so much fun to draw! This is such a helpful book for people wanting to learn some of the finer details on the crime noir drawing methods. Very cool book. This is by far my favorite art book I have. My copy is almost worn out from all the times I've pulled it off the shelf and read through it. I love Noir art and it is just so much fun to draw! This is such a helpful book for people wanting to learn some of the finer details on the crime noir drawing methods. Very cool book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mike Mitchell

    This is a very strong how-to guide for anyone interested in drawing crime comics -- that is, the modern genre of art popularized by Frank Miller in his Sin City series (the movie looks just like his comics did -- stark black and white with startling pops of color). I found the tips on lighting and character design to be technical and helpful. He often shows the differences between normal "heroic" character design and the grittier "noir" style. If you have ANY interest at all in drawing comics of This is a very strong how-to guide for anyone interested in drawing crime comics -- that is, the modern genre of art popularized by Frank Miller in his Sin City series (the movie looks just like his comics did -- stark black and white with startling pops of color). I found the tips on lighting and character design to be technical and helpful. He often shows the differences between normal "heroic" character design and the grittier "noir" style. If you have ANY interest at all in drawing comics of any kind, this book will help you with mood, design and lighting tricks that will make your work better. A suggestion: This is an art book -- you need to see things large and be able to flip pages quickly. Don't get an electronic copy of this book. Get a physical copy so you can get the most value from what it has to offer.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anne Marshall

    Well written with great drawings.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jon

    Hart has great techniques if you want to draw in the classic noir style.

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    Mr Peter Heasman

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    Ondrej Sykora

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    the lateadopter

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    Scott Pimental

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    Tommy Sims

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