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The Comic Studio
Comics! Basic Skills to Master (Semester Course)
Easy ways to make your comics so much better--whether you're a beginner or advanced. Start here to take your drawing from squiggles and stick figures to action heroes and amazing stories!
Leeyanne Moore MFA
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Completed by 10 learners
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Once per week
over 14 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Students will learn how to draw better comics as well as strengthen their abilities to create characters and story. This class is equally suited to those who have been drawing for years and those who currently draw stick figures but have strong imaginations. We will go at the pace the class requires--so some days we may do more than one lesson and on other days we may need two classes to do one lesson. Lesson one: Part One: Each week we'll cover the basic vocabulary of comics, learning at...
In this course students will improve the following skills: -focus & concentration -analysis skills -oral communication skills -writing abilities -storytelling abilities -peer communication -and of course knowledge of comics and drawing techniques.
I actually got to learn how to teach comics from an iconic figure in the comics world named Scott McCloud just as his seminal book Understanding Comics had been released for the first time. Since then I've taught over 15 comics classes in summer camps. I've also been invited into public schools and been awarded grants to teach comics to kids. I come from a writing background, but comic books are a unique medium comprised of half writing and half visual story telling. Teachers used to walk by the classes that I taught and snicker -- they'd never seen a group of boys so completely focussed and quiet before.
Students will be encouraged to complete the assignments that we start in class each week. These assignments might take up to an hour to finish. But it's also perfectly acceptable to show work that isn't finished yet.
Items you may already have at home: -unlined paper -a ruler -pencils that have a nice point, -an eraser -pencil sharpener. TO BUY: a good set of pens will be very helpful--we'll be working with the color black a LOT so a good pen that can fill in lots of black is needed.Learners will need this pen set or one like it: https://www.dickblick.com/products/sakura-manga-comic-pro-sets/?clickTracking=true&wmcp=pla&wmcid=items&wmckw=20702-1089&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIi-ORsY2q6AIVWsDICh3Peg84EAQYBCABEgIabfD_BwE
Students will remark upon what they like and remember about other students comics. I've found that people really pay attention to what their peers have to say. They can tell when their peers are being sincere in their admiration. Moreover, the students tend to model after the instructor and the better students in class.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Leeyanne Moore MFA
Fostering creative genius--one student at a time
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
215 total reviews
145 completed classes
Hello everybody! For over twenty-five years I've nurtured children, teens, and college students, giving them individual attention to ignite their creative spark. I believe in asking students to think for themselves. In return, I aim to provide...