Lauren Wisbauer Nuzzi
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EVENT

Weekend Workshops: Dynamic Comic Book Illustration with Greg Follender


Dates:
Sat Dec 04, 2010 00:00 - Thu Sep 30, 2010

The Art Students League of New York
215 West 57th Street
New York NY 10019

October 16 & 17
Workshop 1: Introduction to Comic Book Illustration/Basic Anatomy and Panel Structure

November 13 & 14
Workshop 2: Focus on Dynamic Posing and Page Layout

December 4 & 5
Workshop 3: Working to a Finish

Fee: One Workshop $265; Any two $500; All Three $750

All Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

This workshop is designed to give students interested in comic book/graphic novel illustration and other sequential media a better understanding of how the drawn figure can interact both dynamically and convincingly in deep space or in an enclosed environment. Through basic, easy-to-follow anatomical formulas and the study of important body land- marks, students will be able to confidently render realistic or stylized figures in both natural and dynamic poses, and then place them realistically within a graphic frame of reference.

The importance of proportion, weight, perspective, and momentum will be addressed in both classical terms and with respect to exaggerated cartoon sensibility, with attention to character/mood definition through movement. With an additional focus on basic panel work and layout skills, students will learn how to block out and create engaging comic book pages through pencil roughs and tight thumbnail stages.

These powerful techniques, along with tips on facial expression and body gesture will supply aspiring comic artists with the necessary tools to bring the characters and tableaus they see in their heads convincingly and dramatically to life in a sequentially graphic form! To learn more about Greg Follender, visit http://slumberinggiant.blogspot.com/


EVENT

Weekend Workshops: Dynamic Comic Book Illustration with Greg Follender


Dates:
Sat Nov 13, 2010 00:00 - Thu Sep 30, 2010

The Art Students League of New York
215 West 57th Street
New York NY 10019

October 16 & 17
Workshop 1: Introduction to Comic Book Illustration/Basic Anatomy and Panel Structure

November 13 & 14
Workshop 2: Focus on Dynamic Posing and Page Layout

December 4 & 5
Workshop 3: Working to a Finish

Fee: One Workshop $265; Any two $500; All Three $750

All Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

This workshop is designed to give students interested in comic book/graphic novel illustration and other sequential media a better understanding of how the drawn figure can interact both dynamically and convincingly in deep space or in an enclosed environment. Through basic, easy-to-follow anatomical formulas and the study of important body land- marks, students will be able to confidently render realistic or stylized figures in both natural and dynamic poses, and then place them realistically within a graphic frame of reference.

The importance of proportion, weight, perspective, and momentum will be addressed in both classical terms and with respect to exaggerated cartoon sensibility, with attention to character/mood definition through movement. With an additional focus on basic panel work and layout skills, students will learn how to block out and create engaging comic book pages through pencil roughs and tight thumbnail stages.

These powerful techniques, along with tips on facial expression and body gesture will supply aspiring comic artists with the necessary tools to bring the characters and tableaus they see in their heads convincingly and dramatically to life in a sequentially graphic form! To learn more about Greg Follender, visit http://slumberinggiant.blogspot.com/


EVENT

Weekend Workshops: Dynamic Comic Book Illustration with Greg Follender


Dates:
Sat Oct 16, 2010 00:00 - Thu Sep 30, 2010

October 16 & 17
Workshop 1: Introduction to Comic Book Illustration/Basic Anatomy and Panel Structure

November 13 & 14
Workshop 2: Focus on Dynamic Posing and Page Layout

December 4 & 5
Workshop 3: Working to a Finish

Fee: One Workshop $265; Any two $500; All Three $750

All Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

This workshop is designed to give students interested in comic book/graphic novel illustration and other sequential media a better understanding of how the drawn figure can interact both dynamically and convincingly in deep space or in an enclosed environment. Through basic, easy-to-follow anatomical formulas and the study of important body land- marks, students will be able to confidently render realistic or stylized figures in both natural and dynamic poses, and then place them realistically within a graphic frame of reference.

The importance of proportion, weight, perspective, and momentum will be addressed in both classical terms and with respect to exaggerated cartoon sensibility, with attention to character/mood definition through movement. With an additional focus on basic panel work and layout skills, students will learn how to block out and create engaging comic book pages through pencil roughs and tight thumbnail stages.

These powerful techniques, along with tips on facial expression and body gesture will supply aspiring comic artists with the necessary tools to bring the characters and tableaus they see in their heads convincingly and dramatically to life in a sequentially graphic form! To learn more about Greg Follender, visit http://slumberinggiant.blogspot.com/


OPPORTUNITY

Smoke Signals looking for a few good interns


Deadline:
Fri Jul 01, 2011 00:00

Smoke Signals, (www.smokesignalsmag.com) an internationally famous
irreverent lit mag, is morphing from print into the first online portal
of hip aesthetic, mixing old media content with new media style.
We’re looking for culturally savvy, technically proficient, creative
and energetic people who want to make a mark in the wired world.
Right now, we can use people who can fill the following slots:

Webmaster (ideally, someone fluent in WordPress and Joomla) -- A designer who can mash up old style with new media -- Someone who can make the world aware of our site (publicity and PR) -- And an account person who can bring sponsors and advertisers on board.

These are great opportunities for people who are interested in
literature, art, and contemporary culture. All positions are unpaid
internships until funding becomes available in the near future, but it
may be possible to obtain credit.

Contact mg@smokesignalsmag.com if you’re interested. Please provide a
phone number.


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