Long-Lost Manuscript Resurfaces With The Secrets Of Drawing Cartoons!


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If you’re interested in drawing cartoons then this could be the most important message you will ever read.

From The Desk Of: Edmond Lock
Dear Friend,

Since you’ve found this website I suppose it’s ok to let you know… “I’m an ‘cartoon-drawing’ addict.” The truth is, I’m always on the internet looking for drawing tips and tricks. That’s what led me to put this website up. Let me explain…

While surfing around the internet, I stumbled upon something so fantastic that it immediately got my attention… In fact, I discovered something sooo amazing that at first I thought it was "too good to be true" like most things are.

You see, a few months ago I was doing some research on Mr. Lou Darvas - one of the most creative and influential cartoonists of recent history. I noticed that most of his work was available and accounted for with the exception of one of his most important pieces of work,: ‘You Can Draw Cartoons’. 

Well, this got me curious and so I started digging a little deeper. I started to send off a few emails asking questions, but unfortunately, every road I seemed to head down was a dead end… until a couple of weeks ago that is…

By a stroke of luck, I emailed my story to one of my favorite site’s webmasters… as it turned out he had an old copy of this difficult to find book - it was right under my damn nose. After numerous emails I finally got him to mail me his copy.

I Uncovered One Of The Most Important Cartoon Drawing  Manuscripts Of All Time...

Even though it was first published in 1960, this book has the best cartoon drawing information I have ever seen.

In the 16 chapters here’s just a snippet of what you’ll learn:

  • Materials that you’ll need - Using the right tools will make all the difference in making your cartoons look like a real professional job, instead of just a scribble.

  • How to loosen up - Before you start, you better loosen up, which will help you get the juices flowing, allowing to produce a stunning and creative cartoon.

  • Why you must start off slow with your brush and pen technique---if you rush into this section, your art will look like a chook has walked across your work with muddy feet.

  • Patterns and coloring---this is what you’ll learn after the initial outline, but you must be careful not to over do it. How would you like to know exactly how to complete your cartoon with color and depth?

  •  5 easy steps to create a comic head - this can be simple or complicated, but if you know some little tricks, even the most difficult can be accomplished very quickly.

  • What about the expression, have you ever wondered how to make your drawing look, mad, happy, sad etc.? You’ll be amazed how quickly you’ll be able to master this technique.

  • How to draw the hand, if you can only draw stick hands, then your in for a treat, in no-time-at-all you’ll be drawing hands that look so real, you’ll want to shake it.

And there’s loads more…

At this point, you might be wondering how you can get your hands on a copy…

Well here’s the good news.

After doing even more research, (I told you I was a cartoon  addict) I have contacted the original copyright owners and gained permission to republish Mr. Lou Darvas’s complete work on this website.

Because cartoon drawing  is my passion and I want to share it with as many people as possible, I’ve decided to do something completely unheard of these days. Believe it or not, I’m going to let you have this amazing manuscript for nothing.

It’s FREE… Yes 100% FREE

Now you have no excuse for not being able to draw cartoons like one of those cartoonists from your local paper.

So without any further ado, let’s get started...

CLICK HERE TO READ THE INTRODUCTION...



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