The author has designed the book to teach the reader the fundaments of cartoons, live sketches, superheroes and caricature the simplest manner possible excluding long essays on otherwise irksome theories. Once you start reading this book, carefully study every page, understand details of every picture minutely, memorise what you have seen and understood, and only then start drawing what you have memorised. As you continue to work in this way your own style will take over soon just as your own handwriting developed.
The book abounds in tips on techniques such as pencil, pen and brush handling, patterns, colouring, and attaining perspective. Drawing specifics include helpful hints on depicting people, animals, expressions, and how to indicate motion and movement, and the use of props.
As you skim through the pages of the book, remember your aim is to be the guiding factor in your becoming a successful cartoonist.