Cartoonist Joe Wos

Cartoonist Joe Wos presented an outstanding program at the San Lorenzo Library on Saturday the 5th of April.  Patrons were heard commenting afterward “I didn’t think I knew how to draw but this looks pretty good”.  They especially enjoyed how the presentation appealed to all ages, “He was funny and lively.” “He was one of the best programs you’ve ever had.”  There was also the question, “When is the next program?”

The answer is; April is National Poetry Month so San Lorenzo Library is celebrating with a Teen Poetry Slam. Come join the fun!

 

Check out some of the great drawing books at the San Lorenzo Library and discover your hidden talents.

 

How to Draw Comic Book Heroes and VilliansHow to Draw Comic Book Heroes and Villains / Christopher Hart

How to create your own original comic book characters, draw fight scenes, design special powers, and invent imaginary creatures, with a section on how the comic business works.

       

                                                                                

Comic Book MagicCartoon magic / American Editor, Diane Ridley Schmitz

Includes instructions on cartooning people, animals, and objects as well as information about creating a comic strip and posters.

 

 

 

 

Anime ManiaAnime Mania: How to Draw Characters for Japanese Animation / Christopher Hart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Draw InsectsDraw insects / by Doug DuBosque                                 

Try this book out during the summer for the Alameda County Library Summer Reading Game: Catch the Reading Bug starting on June 16th.

 

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