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Draw Your Own Comic

Draw Your Own Comic


Comics are the awesome crossroad between art and writing. Whether you follow your favorite Marvel or DC hero, keep up with an indie webcomic, or always turn to the funnies at the end of a newspaper, comics have at some point touched our lives. For this showcase, we challenge you to try your hand at creating your own comic panel! It can be simple or epic, stick figures or the Mona Lisa, dramatic or comedic. Using the template below, fill in the blanks with your own characters, scenario, and talk bubbles.

Our sponsor for this drawing challenge is Sketchbook Skool! A source of inspiration and guidance for doodlers from all walks of life, whether you are just dabbling in search for a creative outlet or been doing it for years as a serious passion. Their classes contain a wealth of tips and tricks on how to make your sketchbook look as awesome as the ones we write about, and they were cool enough to let us share some of their knowledge of comics (read below) to help you with this challenge.

Winner

Louis makes a comic.

Art by: jeffdowdy

23 Faves
Fat fish

By: Mieke Flipse
1 Votes

Title:

By: Si Chiu
4 Votes

By: Mateus Zuliani
12 Votes

Title: A Day in the Park

By: Susan MacLeod
2 Votes

How to draw a superhero,
just like that!...

By: Apoken
7 Votes

This is a short comic strip open to various interpretations of many modern problems.

By: Sourav Paul
1 Votes

By: Linda Lock
2 Votes

WEIRD DREAM COMIC

By: BUZZ BAIN
4 Votes

By: Ilse Thoonsen
1 Votes

Sorry, if you receive it twice. My system collapsed just as I pressed the submit-button.

By: Antje Linker-Wenzel
4 Votes

Bad Dog was young and foolish once. He made ONE mistake.

By: Róisín Curé
9 Votes

A Family that games together....

By: Brandon Green
15 Votes

Title: Naughty Wife
Characters: Wife - Rhina
                      Husband - Wayne
                      Baby - Whine
Tools : Comic Strip Template 
             Pencil 
             Color Pencil
             Small Marker

By: Mary Franz Salazar
1 Votes

By: Lauren Watkins
3 Votes

By: Davide Zamberlan
9 Votes

The Princess & the Pea - Dispelling the Myth
The test of a REAL princess is tenacity and ingenuity, not vegetable intolerance

By: judithwesterfield
2 Votes

I drew an impression of my studio during a rainy day.
I used a brushpen for the outlines and screentones for the shadows/grey-effects.

By: Lena Dirscherl
6 Votes

The first ever public appearance of my new characters Norm & Spas. At first they were very shy to participate, but now they are here and they hope that you will like them, and so do I.

By: Marina Ts.
5 Votes

By: John Doyle
4 Votes

The one thing that artists dread. . . .

By: Dietrich Adonis
11 Votes

A real life tiny adventure.

By: Chantal
14 Votes

By: Thomas Heitler
5 Votes

When One's Sleepy Toy Leads You Astray

By: Kristine
2 Votes

By: Charmaine Nazario
3 Votes

By: Leslie Patterson
9 Votes

By: Timothy Wesson
5 Votes

This is just a doodle artwork of my longing for my relatives and friends back in Korea. I have not seen them for 20 years but whenever they send me messages from afar, I always feel like they are with me in spirit.  Love and trust is quite an interesting feelings and a relief to know that there are people out there cheering for one even though one is not physically present.

By: Juri Kim
4 Votes

By: Claudio Naccari
15 Votes

Grilling season has started and with it a whole bunch of new burger masterpieces. Hopefully! :)

By: gretzki
6 Votes

Everbody with a pubescent son knows, that it is hard work ..

By: Kai Christiansen
1 Votes

Self portrait, hopes and dreams

By: Susan Dutch
7 Votes

By: Rick Sill
1 Votes

Cried every cat owner ever at some point in time.

By: Kitt Van Hassel
4 Votes

A Duck Tells a Joke to a Dolphin (by Heartless Machine)

By: Christopher Locke
5 Votes

Purple Catharsis

By: Matthew Gonya
12 Votes

By: samantha schindler
1 Votes

By: Susan McPhail
2 Votes

By: jack chimpanski
2 Votes

SBS: Creative Inspiration

By: Alissa
1 Votes

By: Miloš
2 Votes

Every year on the day of his wife's passing, a man visits the places he and his wife last went before she passed. He does this without fail every year. On every 21st of November.

By: toby tan
11 Votes

By: Darlene Campbell
2 Votes

By: Cinetti
10 Votes

Magic of Life hides in little things.

By: Ira Punct
9 Votes

'The Best Ideas'
Sometimes the wildest and unique ideas come just as I am falling asleep, most times they slip away and I can never remember them, but perhaps it is possible to capture someday?

By: Ramya Ramakrishnan
2 Votes

Draw your own comic. Falling by Kerry Schofield

By: Kerry Schofield
Votes

Arts and Cats by Steph Dillon

By: Steph
21 Votes

By: Nancy Patton Wilson
2 Votes

I wanted to do a

By: Nick Folz
12 Votes

The magical world of Serpentina

By: luke oliphant
1 Votes

Comfortably Unconscious

By: Adam Black
9 Votes

Crossing the threshold

By: Katherine M Dyer
3 Votes

The adventures of Peanut and Butternutsquash

By: Sarah Healy
2 Votes

Comments

  1. "SENSE-ATIONAL" LINDA LOCK

  2. Enjoy the world of Serpentina

  3. Nice group submissions

  4. Greats stuff everyone! Thanks Sketchbook Skool for the inspiration and special thanks to all of you that participated with the funny, weird, emotional and off the wall comics.


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