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HOW LEONARD STARR DID BUSINESS

1 month ago   |   By Illustration Art

The great cartoonist Leonard Starr wrote and drew, on average, 27 complex panels every week for decades.
Starr usually employed an assistant to finish the backgrounds he laid out, and a letterer for the word balloons. But the literate plots, the sparkling dialogue, the drawing and inking of the figures were completely Starr's creation.
Starr said that "producing a great many pictures in a short period of time," meant that he needed to use an opaque projector "by means of which... you can project a photograph of a locomotive, or an ocean liner, or the NY skyline onto your drawing paper in...
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