UPCOMING CLASSES: September – October 2019

We’ve moved!! Note our new address.

Update: Please note we’ve moved the dates of the classes back a week. As always, renovations haven’t gone quite as planned…

HOW TO WRITE COMICS Part One

DATES:  Tuesdays 7 – 10pm, September 24 – November 5 2019

LOCATION:  2770 Dundas Street West, Toronto Ontario

FEES:  406.80 ($360 + HST )
Payment accepted by cash, cheque, interac/email transfer or PayPal (There will be a               fee for NSF cheques). Payment is due by the end of the first class.

PREREQUISITES: none.

MATERIALS:  Bring paper or a sketchbook, pencils and erasers. If you prefer to use a laptop for notes, bring that.

REGISTRATION/INQUIRES:  email comicbookbootcamp@gmail.com or call us at 905-822-2961 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.

Plot, tale, character, dialogue, set pieces, scenes  and act structure —we cover it all.  Seven intensive workshops, will teach you the basic language of fiction, with an emphasis on comic and graphic novels as a script form.  This is a writing class like no other writing class you`ve ever had.

Students are expected to create stories, plots, pitches and scenes in the workshops.  Bring a pencil (with a healthy eraser) and a willingness to dig in and write, write, write!

Most of Ty Templeton’s industry awards were for his many years writing for Batman.  As a result, this course is one of his favourite to teach, and a favourite with students.  This class generally fills very quickly–so reserve a spot as soon as possible..

(This course is followed by  Writing for Comics Part Two, which focuses on world building, continuing series, genre, comedy, tragedy, and a study of classical story

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HOW TO MAKE COMICS

DATES:  Wednesdays 7-10pm September 25 – November 6 2019

LOCATION:  2770 Dundas Street West, Toronto Ontario

FEES:  406.80 ($360 + HST )
Payment accepted by cash, cheque, interac/email transfer or PayPal (There will be a               fee for NSF cheques). Payment is due by the end of the first class.

PREREQUISITES: none.

MATERIALS:  Bring paper or a sketchbook, pencils and erasers. If you prefer to use a laptop for notes, bring that.

REGISTRATION/INQUIRES:  email comicbookbootcamp@gmail.com or call us at 905-822-2961 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.

Here’s how it all began–with my Comic Book Bootcamp course designed to teach you skills you need to create your own comics, graphic novel or webcomic! This intensive seven weeks workshop is an essential Comics 101 course for any level of ability. Teacher Ty Templeton will teach you layout, storytelling, anatomy, scripting, panel transitions, dialogue, plotting, inking, background and cover design, and the basic language of sequential art itself. It is the perfect entry level intensive for anyone interested in working in comics.

Drawing skills are not essential and this is a course for both writers and artists.

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