Raina Telgemeier Shows Us How to Make a Graphic Novel

I don’t have much to add to the content she’s posted, but I wanted to share this link: At her blog, Raina Telgemeier shares her process in creating a graphic novel, step-by-step. Her phases include idea, pitch, outline, and thumbnails before she gets to the actual art drawing part most people think of starting with.

She also reveals the source of the name of the lead in her newest book, Drama, and explains why she had to take an additional six months to write the book.

Drama pitch character page by Raina Telgemeier

Drama pitch character page by Raina Telgemeier

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One Response to “Raina Telgemeier Shows Us How to Make a Graphic Novel”

  1. Goodness, but that’s a lot of intersection | Process Wonk Says:

    […] Comics Worth Reading comes a link to Raina Telgemeier giving the ins and outs of her latest book, Drama, a post which […]

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