The Arduino Comic Project

Learn Arduino comic book style! This community project has been translated into several languages, including Spanish, Chinese & Arabic.

The Arduino Comic was created by Jody Culkin and published during 2011. You can download the original, but you can also help out and contribute translating it to your own language.

The workflow to translate the comic is:

  • Download the original comic just to see how it looks like
  • Download the original text document, that contains all the strings in English, it comes both as TXT and DOC file
  • Translate all the strings to your own language
  • Download the PDF file with the blank boxes
  • Edit the PDF file with your graphic tool of choice: InDesign, Illustrator, Inkscape ... and insert the different strings
  • Fill in the Support Contact Form with information that you have created your comic. You will receive an email with your case number where you can send the translated strings as well as a PDF with the final version of the comic (if you want to share your work files it might also be a nice thing to do)
  • Remember to add your name and contact information, we like to give credit to those that contributed, besides people might want to contact you with questions

Translations

PORTUGUESE / PORTUGUÊS

SPANISH / ESPAÑOL

CATALAN / CATALÀ

DUTCH / NEDERLANDS

DEUTSCH / GERMAN

Work files: Inkscape SVGs in zip File

GREEK / ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ

KOREAN/한국어

ARABIC/عربي

Work files:

INDONESIAN/BAHASA INDONESIA

Chinese/中文

Nepali

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