Posts tagged "Toronto Cartoonists Workshop"
torontocartoonistsworkshop:

Marvel artist Leonard Kirk (X-Factor) is teaching a SNEAK PEEK WORKSHOP on Monday April 30, 7-9pm, for $25!! Expressive Anatomy and its Uses in Graphic Storytelling
A quick taste of Leonard’s full-length course in which he teaches how to properly draw heads and hands, and how they can be used to convey expressions and emotions in your comic art.

torontocartoonistsworkshop:

Marvel artist Leonard Kirk (X-Factor) is teaching a SNEAK PEEK WORKSHOP on Monday April 30, 7-9pm, for $25!! Expressive Anatomy and its Uses in Graphic Storytelling

A quick taste of Leonard’s full-length course in which he teaches how to properly draw heads and hands, and how they can be used to convey expressions and emotions in your comic art.

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tytempleton:

Ever since Fit to Print Two ended I’ve had lots of students tell me they were eager to sign up for the next run…but I thought it would take until the week before the next course started to get a full enrolment.
Well, Fit to Print Three starts May 9—and there are ONLY six spaces left. If you’re interested in the course, click through and read, reserve a spot or contact Sean Menard and talk to him about it.
We’re looking for writers and artists—we have room for inkers as well, as there are always a few artists who aren’t comfortable inking themselves.
You can read about past Fit to Print books here:  http://holmesinccomic.wordpress.com/
and see the finished products, Holmes Incorporated #1 and #2 here:
DriveThruComics:  Toronto Cartoonists Workshop
Graphicly:  Toronto Cartoonists Workshop

I will be somewhat assisting with this—occasionally turning up to meetings (mostly to say, “Leave me some room for the lettering!!”), and will be lettering and doing production on the final comic. And trying to keep Ty sane when he says, “Why don’t I have more hours in the day?”

tytempleton:

Ever since Fit to Print Two ended I’ve had lots of students tell me they were eager to sign up for the next run…but I thought it would take until the week before the next course started to get a full enrolment.

Well, Fit to Print Three starts May 9—and there are ONLY six spaces left. If you’re interested in the course, click through and read, reserve a spot or contact Sean Menard and talk to him about it.

We’re looking for writers and artists—we have room for inkers as well, as there are always a few artists who aren’t comfortable inking themselves.

You can read about past Fit to Print books here:  http://holmesinccomic.wordpress.com/

and see the finished products, Holmes Incorporated #1 and #2 here:

DriveThruComics:  Toronto Cartoonists Workshop

Graphicly:  Toronto Cartoonists Workshop

I will be somewhat assisting with this—occasionally turning up to meetings (mostly to say, “Leave me some room for the lettering!!”), and will be lettering and doing production on the final comic. And trying to keep Ty sane when he says, “Why don’t I have more hours in the day?”

Next session of classes starts in May

torontocartoonistsworkshop:

First up though will be a SNEAK PEEK WORKSHOP from Leonard Kirk. Leonard will teach a two-hour workshop Expressive Anatomy and its uses in Graphic Storytelling. $25/hst, Monday April 30, 7-9pm.

On Thursday May 3 that same week, Ty Templeton will give you a taste of his Professional Layout and Storytelling course. The SNEAK PEEK WORKSHOP will run 7-9pm, and costs $25/hst.

Both SNEAK PEEK WORKSHOPS will be at our school location, 587A College Street West (at Clinton) Upper Level.

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TONIGHT!! SNEAK PEEK WORKSHOP: Creating Your Own Graphic Novel

torontocartoonistsworkshop:

Tonight is the SNEAK PEEK of Rob Walton’s CREATING YOUR OWN GRAPHIC NOVEL. Class will run 7-9 pm at 587A College Street West, and is $25 at the door.

SNEAK PEEK WORKSHOP of CREATING YOUR OWN GRAPHIC NOVEL

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