How to Give Your Photos the Comic Book Look

a Variety of Ways: Page 1

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Liven up your tired or vanilla photos or photo albums by giving some of them Call on Warren Camp to uniquely transform your photos, giving them the popular, personalized, comic book look.

His three comic pages below offer a variety of comic styles; click them in order for best results.
the popular comic book look
. Using a variety of photo-editing techniques, such as styling with halftones, posturizing and saturating, and artistic filters (e.g., photocopy and stamp), Warren can add an old comic book effect to your photos, making them unique and visually appealing. You can have even more fun when you add captions to your photos using comic book fonts and design elements. Finish them off with stylish speech and thought bubbles (a.k.a. balloons).

On these three pages, find Warren's recently completed comic-book-effect creation types.

  • New comics made from scratch — page 1
  • Photos styled to look like comics — page 2
  • Bubbles or balloons added to photos — page 3


New Comics Made from Scratch


Image 1 — Black and white, Dotted Halftone, "Comic Sans" Font


See the before photo by hovering over the comic image.


See the before photo by hovering over the comic image.




Image 2 — Color, lined Halftone, "DigitalStrip" Font


See the before photo by hovering over the comic image.

See the before photo by hovering over the comic image.




Image 3 — Color, circular halftone, "Hobo Standard" Font


See the before photo by hovering over the comic image.

See the before photo by hovering over the comic image.




Images 4 and 5 — Color Comic Strip, Thought and Speech Bubbles,
Captions, a Variety of Fonts


Click each comic strip image to open and read this two-page strip.  Click again to close them.


   

here Accentuate your new comic-look photos by putting them on their own comic strip page. Warren will organize your photo collection; sort it for appropriate images; crop them; design the page; create and insert your new comic photos; apply colored borders and backgrounds; and add authentic comic-style fonts with color and shadows. When he's done, you'll have your own comic strip; you might even be in the comics!






See Samples of all three types of Comic Photos




1. New Comic Creations
2. Photos Get the Comic Book Look
3. Speech/Thought Balloons Added to Photos


In addition to Warren's comic strip photo creations on these three pages,
see the large collection of WCD's unique photo edit pages in the left column.




Don't wait any longer to showcase your photo presentations. Contact Warren Camp Design today, at 209-795-7661, to discuss your upcoming campaign and learn how Warren can utilize his digital artistry skills to enhance and give prominence to your photos.