How to make your own comic strip using Archie Comics characters
The Archie comic book series has spawned countless imitations, and the characters have become so ubiquitous they’ve become part of the fabric of pop culture, popular culture and pop culture culture itself.
But how do you get the look and feel of Archie comics without taking away from the characters’ core value?
Here’s our guide to finding the perfect style, characters and story for your comic strip.
A more authentic look and vibe.
The characters in the series have been well-known in the comic book industry for decades, so it’s a natural place to start.
It’s also a good place to learn how to draw a better version of the characters.
This process is something you’ll want to follow, since they are so iconic.
So get your hands dirty.
For starters, take a look at this video tutorial from the original Archie comic by the late, great writer/artist John Layman, who also worked on such titles as Super Friends, The Outsiders and more.
It shows how to properly animate a character.
The process is simple and fun, so get creative.
The video also shows how Layman’s character could look today.
The key is to find the right look.
Here are some of the best examples of classic Archie characters that could be a great look for a modern comic.
Choose a good artist.
You can’t beat the quality of the art, but you can definitely choose a good comic artist if you’re willing to spend some time looking over their work.
In this case, we’re talking about artist Rob Williams, who worked on the critically acclaimed graphic novel Justice League Dark and the Archie comics.
He’s also an accomplished graphic novelist and creator of the popular series The Sandman.
If you’re looking for an artistic direction, look to the creators of the Archie comic series.
Choose the right size.
The comics you see on the page are typically between 6-8 inches tall, so don’t expect them to fill a whole comic strip in just a few panels.
The trick is to choose a size that will fit the page size, so you can fit more of the comic into the space you need.
The best way to do this is to look at the page dimensions, and then choose a ratio that will accommodate the size of the page.
The perfect ratio is 1:4:5, where the leftmost half of the screen is the left side, and rightmost half is the right side.
Here’s a sample page size chart: 1.5-inch panels: 6-inch comics: 8-inch pages: 10-inch comic: 12-inch page: 12.5 inches: 16 inches: 18 inches: 20 inches: 24 inches: 26 inches: 28 inches: 32 inches: 36 inches: 40 inches: 44 inches: 48 inches: 52 inches: 56 inches: The best ratio to choose is 1.25:1, which is one-third of the size and one-quarter the height of the pages.
A good rule of thumb is to use one inch for every 4.25 inches of the comics page, which will give you a ratio of about 12:1.
Choose one size for every panel.
There are several different types of panels in the Archie series, and choosing the right one for each panel is critical.
The first step is to pick a size.
This is easy to do by using the panel size chart, which looks like this: 1-inch, 4.5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 inches 2-inch: 10, 14.5 inch: 16.5 1.4-inch/3.3-inch 1.8-inch 3-inch 4.2-inch 6-inches 8-inches 10-inches 12-inches 14-inches 16-inches 18-inches 20-inches 22 inches 24 inches 26 inches 28 inches 30 inches 32 inches 34 inches 36 inches 38 inches 40 inches 42 inches 44 inches 46 inches 48 inches 50 inches 52 inches 54 inches 56 inches 58 inches 60 inches 62 inches 64 inches 66 inches 68 inches 70 inches 72 inches 74 inches 76 inches 78 inches 80 inches 82 inches 84 inches 86 inches 88 inches 90 inches 92 inches 94 inches 96 inches 97 inches 98 inches 99 inches 100 inches This is how it should look: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.5 , 6.8 , 8.1 , 9.2 , 9, 10.5 and 12.8 inches .
You can choose a color scheme for the panels as well.
To get the best overall look, pick a color that matches the character’s personality, but don’t limit yourself to a specific color palette.
This includes blues, greens, purples, yellows, and browns.
3, 5 and 6 inch panels are the most popular, with the exception of 8 and 10 inch panels, which are very popular as well, although they’re only available in black and white. 6- and 8-