My new set of classes will begin next Monday January 16. I still have four spaces left in my WRITING FOR COMICS LEVEL ONE class. There’s a limit of 15 for this class as I like to be able to hear from each student when we do a writing exercise; feedback from me and the other students is an important part of this class. (for anyone who has taken this class before and is interested in a re-take to be followed by Level Two in the next session; TCW director Sean Menard is offering a 50% off deal for Level One. Contact him firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to reserve a space.)
Perhaps everyone heard my plea/complaint? My INKING FOR COMICS has had an influx of enrollment, but there are still some spaces available for interested students. All you need to bring are your own inking tools (I’ll be supplying some as well) and enthusiasm; different skills levels from none to lots are completely welcome.
I had a great time with Wednesday night’s SNEAK PEEK workshop FIGURE DRAWING FOR THE COMIC BOOK ARTIST; looking forward to running this class for seven weeks! The full ‘official’ class will begin Wednesday January 25 (a week’s delay to make room for Wednesday’s Industry Night premiere of Ramón Pérez’s TALE OF SAND), and still has spaces available. This class will have a limited enrolment as well, as I want to make sure that all students are able to have equal sight of the model for whatever it is that I’m teaching.
(And I’d like to give a shout-out to model Rubie Laframboise who helped make Wednesday night’s SNEAK PEEK such a great learning experience—looking forward to booking her again for a future class.)