The Art of Story

Graphic Book Design for the E-reader

There are differences between books designed for print editions or e-readers.  These involve image proportion, text size, and the art of the image itself.  Multiple panels, 16 point text, and detailed artwork are made for the print edition.  The smaller screen size and display proportion of the e-reader call for simpler artwork and larger text.  Designing for the e-reader is an exciting field for the graphic novelist.

Author: penny

Lifelong artist coming from a Montana farm. Graduated Seattle University, married for more than 40 years, 2 sons and a son-in-law. Did architectural drafting, painting and sculpture. Now focused on graphic story art. Currently living in Los Angeles.

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