UPCOMING CLASSES: January – February 2018

HOW TO DRAW HEADS, HANDS AND FACES

DATES:  Tuesdays 7 – 10pm, January 9 – February 20 2018(seven weeks)

FEES:  $360   Payment accepted by cash, cheque, Interac deposit or email transfer, or PayPal (There will be a fee for NSF cheques).

REGISTRATION/INQUIRIES:  email comicbookbootcamp@gmail.com to book a space, and to make payment arrangements. Please note that spaces are limited for each class; registration is on a first-come first-reserved basis.

Because class space is limited, if you find that your schedule/plans change and you are unable to attend the class, please let us know as soon as possible so that another student can attend.

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MATERIALS:  bring what you need for taking notes; laptop, paper, pencils, pens, etc.

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The complex anatomy of the face and hands made simple in this seven week workshop. We will cover the skeletal forms, muscles, movements, lighting and expressions of these often difficult body parts.

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HOW TO WRITE FOR COMICS PART TWO

DATES: WEDNESDAYS 7 – 10pm, January 9 – February 21 2018 (seven weeks)

FEES:  $360   Payment accepted by cash, cheque, Interac deposit or email transfer, or PayPal (There will be a fee for NSF cheques).

REGISTRATION/INQUIRIES:  email comicbookbootcamp@gmail.com to book a space, and to make payment arrangements. Please note that spaces are limited for each class; registration is on a first-come first-reserved basis.

Because class space is limited, if you find that your schedule/plans change and you are unable to attend the class, please let us know as soon as possible so that another student can attend.

PREREQUISITES: How To Write For Comics Part One 

MATERIALS:  bring what you need for taking notes; laptop, paper, pencils, pens, etc.

How To Write For Comics Part One grounds the student in the rules of plot, character, dialog, scripting and storytelling forms, we step up to a master class on practical writing. The students will learn the standard applications of tropes and genres, the rules of pacing and scene work, the secrets of world building, character bibles, supporting casts, sub-plots, comedy writing, ongoing series and much more.

Like all our workshops, we’ll be creating scripts and stories in class under a deadline. This time around, we’ll expect a complete short story about half way through, and by week seven students be pitching their own original series or graphic novel to the group. Bring your brains, and have no fear.

You’ll need something to write on, paper or laptops, whatever you prefer to use, as long as you can make it legible to fellow students.

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