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It's a nice achievement to be able to make your own comic strip. Instead of just drawing cartoons, you now have the power to tell a story. But a comic strip is not just a couple of panels put one after another. To create a great comic strip, you need to understand the language of this medium.

Make your own comic strip

You need to know how to achieve certain effects and how to communicate emotions using only a pencil and a piece of paper!

If you have some interesting tips that you would like to share with others, then this is the best place to do it.

Do you know the language to make your own comic strip? Do you know how to tell a nice story using this medium? Whatever technique you might use, please take a minute to share it with us! 

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The comic con artist and adventures of jake 
These are some drawing I did over time and one day at a park I met with some one doing his own comics and that day something just sparked and so ever since …

Funny Cartoons 
Cartoons are great. They can show a lot of meaning. When you first draw a cartoon you have to know what the meaning of the cartoon should be. It …

Starting on an idea 
If you've got an idea that might just work, then I suppose you'd like to get started drawing it. This is what I would usually do: I would create a quick …

Comic Frenzy 
Here's a tip when your making a comic, it doesn't have to be a long adventure, just a few panels or a funny joke to model. First, just choose some interesting …

[Animal Art] by Dragon GIrl Darling 
There are tons of people out there who enjoy drawing quadrupeds (four-legged animals) such as wolves, dogs, cats, horses, ect. I have one tip that you …

Drawing your own comic strips 
First always start with making a storyline and decide how many panels it will take. Then, start drawing out the comic strip outline. Then, sketch …

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