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Printable Comic Strip Template

This printable comic strip template can be used by anyone who wants to make a comic strip. Whether you’re a professional cartoonist, new to the industry, or just enjoy doodling, this comic strip template is a convenient way to skip the tedious step of measuring out panels. There’s four templates in all: a one panel template, a two panel template, a three panel template, and a four panel template. The templates were built in Adobe Illustrator, and all the panels are perfectly spaced using the Illustrator alignment tool. The panel divisions are 1/4 inch wide, and the blank comic strips are 13″ x 4″, the standard newspaper strip size, the same dimensions as comic strips such as Dilbert, Foxtrot, Calvin and Hobbes, and Peanuts.

Simply click on the image to see the original high resolution format, and then right-click and press “Save-As” to download the file to your computer. If you have a printer that prints up to tabloid size, 11” x 17”, then you’ll be able to print these out at full scale, 13” x 4”. If not, you can press “Scale to fit” to fit the blank comic template onto an 8.5” x 11” page.

Specs:
Standard Newspaper Comic Strip Dimensions: 13” x 4”
1/4” panel dividers
300 DPI
Jpeg

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. Tim is the children’s book author of The Monkey Hole and the cartoonist of The Adventures of Chartwell.


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

 

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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 .

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