Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 8

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 8

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 8
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1991 | ISBN 0393324036 | JPG | 19 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 9

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 9

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 9
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1992 | ISBN 0896200817 | JPG | 19 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 7

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 7

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 7
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1987 | ISBN 0385420935 | JPG | 20 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 6

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 6

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 6
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1981 | ISBN 0385265204 | JPG | 20 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 5

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 5

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 5
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1980 | ISBN 0393324036 | JPG | 19 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 4

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 4

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 4
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1980 | ISBN 0688010113 | JPG | 22 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 3

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 3

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 3
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 2nd Edition of 1979 | ISBN 0393324037 | JPG | 20 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 2

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 2

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 2
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1979 | ISBN 0385420938 | JPG | 20 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 1

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 1

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 1
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1978 | ISBN 0688010119 | JPG | 21 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick *Cartoon History of the Universe, 9-in-1 Upload*

Larry Gonick *Cartoon History of the Universe, 9-in-1 Upload*

Larry Gonick *Cartoon History of the Universe, 9-in-1 Upload*
Rip Off Press | Pages: 694 (total) | 1978 - 1992 | ISBN 0385265204 | JPG | 184 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids. Gonick reinstates the record of women as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Raemaekers' cartoon history of the war (Volume 2)

Raemaekers' cartoon history of the war (Volume 2)

Raemaekers' cartoon history of the war (Volume 2)
Publisher: New York, The Century Co. | ISBN: not set | edition 1918 | PDF | 232 pages | 25,5 Mb

The second year of the war opened in the West with the enemy, although superior in man power and munitionment, pinned down to a defensive line from Belfort to the sea. The new armies of the British Empire were still being raised and trained, and neither England nor France had reached their zenith in the production of guns and munitions. The western front was to remain for a time comparatively inactive.

Raemaekers' cartoon history of the war (Volume 1)

Raemaekers' cartoon history of the war (Volume 1)

Raemaekers' cartoon history of the war (Volume 1)
Publisher: New York, The Century Co. | ISBN: not set | edition 1918 | PDF | 232 pages | 12,3 Mb

In all the welter of the tragic upheaval which is shattering institutions once thought immutable, condemning millions to physical death and awakening other millions to spiritual life, making staggering discoveries of unexpected human strength or weakness, thrusting men into fame one day or to oblivion the next, there has been nothing more dramatic than the sudden manifestation of the genius of the Dutchman, Louis Raemaekers, who, as Europe recoiled from the first shock of German barbarity, threw down his brush for his pencil and by the intensity of his spirit aroused the compassion and fired the anger of the world with his cartoons of the Belgian violation.

Raemaekers' cartoon history of the war (Volume 3)

Raemaekers' cartoon history of the war (Volume 3)

Raemaekers' cartoon history of the war (Volume 3)
Publisher: New York, The Century Co. | ISBN: not set | edition 1919 | PDF | 228 pages | 14,4 Mb

The second year of the war opened in the West with the enemy, although superior in man power and munitionment, pinned down to a defensive line from Belfort to the sea. The new armies of the British Empire were still being raised and trained, and neither England nor France had reached their zenith in the production of guns and munitions. The western front was to remain for a time comparatively inactive.

Modeling Cartoon Props in 3ds Max 2017

Modeling Cartoon Props in 3ds Max 2017

Modeling Cartoon Props in 3ds Max 2017
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 2 Hours 10M | 656 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Understand the workflows used in creating cartoon styled 3D prop models. This course will teach you how to understand the workflows used in creating cartoon styled 3D prop models. Software required: 3ds Max.

How to Draw Cute Cartoon Characters

How to Draw Cute Cartoon Characters

How to Draw Cute Cartoon Characters
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 66 kbps | 48 KHz | Duration: 4 Hours | 1.15 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn how to draw cute 'kawaii' styled cartoon characters, quickly and easily! No special talent required. Loads of fun!

Cartoon 360 Secrets to Drawing Cartoon People

Cartoon 360 Secrets to Drawing Cartoon People

Cartoon 360 Secrets to Drawing Cartoon People By Harry Hamernik
English | 2010 | ISBN: 1600619134 | 128 pages | EPUB + PDF | 20 + 16 MB

There's more to great cartooning than drawing a funny face. You need to match that head to a body, give your character expression and attitude, and move him this way and that to tell your story, all while keeping his look consistent from frame to frame. Cartoon 360 covers every angle of drawing fantastic cartoon people, from coming up with fresh ideas for an endless assortment of faces, to bringing your work to a polished, professional finish with inking and coloring.

Cartoon Character Creation Volumes 1 and 2



Cartoon Character Creation Volumes 1 and 2

VTC - Adobe CC Cartoon Production Course

VTC - Adobe CC Cartoon Production Course

VTC - Adobe CC Cartoon Production Course
English | .MP4 | h264, yuv420p, 800x600, 8.00 fps(r) | aac, 44100 Hz, mono | 807 MB
Genre: E-learning |Work Files included | Duration :7.5 hrs / 83 tutorials | Release Date : 2014-06-10

There are many ways to go about creating an animated cartoon. Luckily the Adobe Creative Cloud has all the tools you need to create a stellar production. In Adobe CC Cartoon Production you will be taken step by step through the process of creating an animated cartoon. We will first start by mapping out a storyboard and creating our characters and scenes. Next, we will animate the entire production as seen in the storyboard. Finally, we will use Premiere to edit and add polish to our animated masterpiece.

Cartoon Animation [Repost]

Cartoon Animation [Repost]

Cartoon Animation (Collectors) by Preston Blair
English | 25 Oct. 1996 | ISBN: 1560100842 | 202 Pages | PDF, GIF, SWF | 47 MB

The Algorithms and Principles of Non-photorealistic Graphics: Artistic Rendering and Cartoon Animation (repost)

The Algorithms and Principles of Non-photorealistic Graphics: Artistic Rendering and Cartoon Animation (repost)

The Algorithms and Principles of Non-photorealistic Graphics: Artistic Rendering and Cartoon Animation by Weidong Geng
English | 2010 | ISBN: 3642048900 | 360 pages | PDF | 17 MB