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Photoshop Comic Strip Templates

Below you’ll find 4 free downloadable Photoshop comic strip templates, with one, two, three and four panels respectively. Click on the image to open the original size template. Rick-click and press “Save As” to download. The images are high quality 300 DPI jpegs at 15″ x 6″ in RGB mode. The actual comic strips are standard dimensions: 13″ x 4.”

How do I use these Photoshop comic strip templates?

If you’re drawing a digital comic, you can open any of these templates in a Photoshop, make a new layer and get right to work. If you’re drawing with pencil and paper, you’ll need an 11″ x 17″ printer to print these templates at full scale (13″ x 4″). Alternatively, you could print on an 8.5″ x 11″ page and scale to fit, or your could print the template on two 8.5″ x 11″ pieces of paper and tape the halves together.

If these templates are helpful to you, please feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of the page. Thanks, and have fun making comics!

These comic strip templates are free for personal and commercial use under the Creative Commons Attribution License, and were created by Tim van de Vall.

Comic Strip Templates

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Comic Strip Templates

Comics Strip Templates

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Also see Free Comic Book Page Template

In Conclusion

I hope this information was valuable to you and will help you on your own creative journey. If you have any questions or suggestions on how to improve the article, or would like to share how this post helped you, please leave a comment below. I will do my best to respond as soon as possible.

Until next time,
Tim

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Tim van de Vall is a digital artist who specializes in cartooning and illustration. As a citizen of the Netherlands living in the United States, Tim’s artistic style has been influenced by both American and European comic strips. Much of Tim’s art is intended for kids and focuses on the themes of adventure, exploration and imagination. When he’s not working at his drawing table, Tim makes educational materials for his blog. You can find Tim on .