Comic book artists work in art studios in companies’ offices or in their own art studio at home. They may work alone or share studio space with other artists, writers, and creators. Their work space is comfortable for drawing, with sufficient table space for art supplies such as pens, inks, and paints, and for a computer. They often have shelves filled with comic books, art books, and other types of books as reference material for their work. Some artists work offsite as well, such as in cafes, museums, or parks, sketching ideas for characters and story lines. Comic book artists frequently create electronic files for their work so they can deliver it over the Internet, allowing them work almost anywhere. Even those who must send original art pages to their publisher can do so using couriers or the U.S. Postal Service.
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