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April 1 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Starting Saturday, March 18th, 2023 | 12:00PM–2:00PM EDT | School Art Room, 141 East Main
with Mark Levine
In this course, students will work on creating Manga pages based on a story of their choice using the principles learned in class.
Through completing the assigned tasks students will gain a better understanding of what it takes to develop entertaining design and comics, storytelling, and character development.
The lessons are designed to be fun and aid and facilitate the acquisition of drawing and creative skills
Students will learn the process of developing and designing characters, and environments, for comics, games, and professional industries, from collecting and researching reference material and images to developing a fully realized character of their own creation.
This introductory class is intended to be fun and informative towards drawing, creating, and discovering worlds and stories students want to tell. The students are encouraged to bring their own unique talents and skills, including electronic devices such as a tablet or laptop with drawing capabilities and software. All levels of ability are welcome.
Students take a contemporary approach to traditional techniques and are encouraged to bring electronic devices such as a tablet or laptops with drawing capabilities and software. Students will choose an area of interest and develop areas of emphasis in drawing, composition, and storytelling. Students will develop an attention to detail, and an understanding of human and animal anatomy and design, to tell or illustrate a narrative. All levels of ability are welcome.
Mark will work with each student according to which class they are interested in. The classes will be kept small so he can give each student guidance and individual attention through all phases.
March 18, 25, April 1, & 15, 2023 (No class April 8)
12:00 to 2:00 pm
The material list will be sent after you register.
4 classes – $200.00
Members 20% Discount $160.00