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    Comic Tools is a pretty good resource for discussion of materials and technique.
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    Dudes.... this is a great list on creating comics:

    http://cartoonsnap.blogspot.com/2010...-griffith.html

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    http://innerspace.notonigon.com/?p=8

    An informative page of tips for the beginner, good visual aids
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    There's a cool blog called Hairy Green Eyeball where the blogger scans in old comic book pages, illustrations from old books etc. Everything there is pretty cool, but this scan from the Roy Crane Sketchbook caught my eye -

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    on using blacks in comics/illustrations.

    Pretty nice!
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    I bought few days ago a simple dice game called "Rory's Story Cubes" that inspires creative thinking when it comes to making a story. I tested it out and it worked surprisingly well. Even if you end up getting some silly results, it's still good way to keep the creative juices flowing even on daily basis. I highly recommend it if you have creative block or just want to practice storytelling. It can be also played with friends.

    http://www.storycubes.com
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    Black Spot linked me to this awesome article on storytelling through composition using "The Incredibles" as examples - you can read it here. It's got some awesome things to say about camera angles, screen (panel) layout and design - well worth reading for POW!
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