Cartoonist and Educator Raymond Mullikin gives kids a step-by-step hands-on process to turn their creative ideas into comic book reality. In this 440-page book, students will learn warm-up and imagination exercises, as well as be able to draw humorous cartoon figures and animals. The book will also help them in their planning of their characters and story. And most importantly: They will also get to make their own comic!
Raymond Mullikin is a cartoonist and credentialed educator. He teaches art classes (including cartooning and claymation) to children. He also creates his own children's books, comics, computer games and animated films. His first published work was at age 12, in which designed ads (and a logo) for local businesses in his hometown. He has self-published cartoons in books, magazines, newspapers, and e-cards in the US and Canada. One of his earliest notables being The Tumbleweed Trail which was published in Bluemoon Comics magazine and The World of Weralt a fantasy graphic novel he wrote when he was 16 years old (both being in the latter 90s, while he was in high school). His animated films have been shown in film festivals throughout the world (the latest being Miced: War of the Little Worlds, which won an award.)