The Art of Creating Comics
The many faces of Peter Mansbridge
Canada Writes has been talking to some of Canada's best known cartoonists and graphic novelists on the different techniques, challenges, and advantages of working with both text and drawings. We asked author and illustrator Matthew Forsythe to send us a drawing tip. (We swear we didn't say anything about Peter Mansbridge.)
Here's what he sent us:
Do you think you can draw Peter Mansbridge? We challenge you to send us your versions of Peter.
Either scan your drawing or take a photo of it and send it to us by email, post it on our Facebook wall, or use #canadawrites on Twitter.
Browse through the gallery below to see what people have come up with:
And be sure to check out Inside the News with Peter Mansbridge to get your Peter Mansbridge fix!
Matt Forsythe is a Canadian comic book artist. He is the author of the books, Jinchalo and Ojingogo published by Drawn & Quarterly. He lives in Los Angeles where he works on the TV show Adventure Time.
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