The final step is creating your own comic strip. In this awesome strip, the Autobots meet Ironman and they team up with a few Power Rangers. Now go ...
This instructable will show you how to make quick and easy blank comic panel pages. I recently began introducing my son to comics, starting with the Sunday newspaper classics. He loves drawing and would probably sit and draw all day long. We started making these blank pages with panels so he could make his own comics and he loves it!
There are only a few materials required for this and they are pretty common items.
Paper- any blank paper will work. We used 8.5x11.
Pencil and Marker
Copy machine- not required, but helpful.
Step 2: Making the panels
I used the ruler to measure and mark where the lines for the panels would be. Drawing the lines first with pencil is helpful, so you can decide how the layout of the page will be and change your mind if you do not like it.
Step 3: Defining the Panels
After making the lines with pencil, I retraced them with a marker to make them bolder and more defined.
Step 4: Copy your final page.
I used our copy machine to duplicate the page. This is not required, but it is easier than drawing several sheets.
Step 5: Draw
The final step is creating your own comic strip. In this awesome strip, the Autobots meet Ironman and they team up with a few Power Rangers.