Archive | January, 2014

Upcoming Grad Workshop Schedule

Posted on 28 January 2014 by Paige Cambern

Feel like learning something new?

The grad students at Norris Hall are going to be giving Friday workshops focusing on various useful techniques and tips such as designing panel layouts, how to use Manga Studio, design guns, and more.

Here is the schedule of workshops so you can keep track of which one(s) you want to go to and when!

 

Friday January 31st

 

Jeremy Lawson – 01:00 pm Room 101

Page Layouts – How to do Proper Layouts: DESIGNING THE PAGE: USING DYNAMIC LAYOUTS (Effectively!)

 We’ll talk about how to lay out comic pages with an emphasis on building dynamic shots that push the reader throughout the page and how to use bleeds effectively.

Pan Wen – 02:00 pm Room 204

GUN DESIGN: Designing your arsenal: Drawing guns from thumbnails to finished renders.

Friday February 7th

 

Moses Nester – 03:00 pm Room 204

DIGITAL PERSPECTIVE USING PHOTOSHOP, MANGA STUDIO, AND SKETCHUP: “Learn quick and easy digital techniques for creating perspective grids, drawing circles in perspective, and constructing accurate interior and exterior shots from any camera angle using Photoshop, Manga Studio, and Google SketchUp.”

Fei Xu – 04:00 pm Room 204

Manga Studio workshop

 

Friday February 14th

 

Angael Davis – 01:00 pm Room 204

Photoshop Animatics workshop

Won Young Kim – 02:00 pm Room 204

Animatic/Movie Setup with Adobe Premier

Friday February 21st

 

Andrew Pungot – 12:30 pm Room 204

HOW TO DO CARICATURES AND COLOR THEM: Need help with varying faces or pushing your character designs? Then come to Andrew Pungot’s workshop, where he’ll show you how to draw caricatures and color them digitally.

Sofi Alexander – 02:00 pm Room 101

 Using Copics markers for coloring and Commissions

 

Friday February 28th

 

Athena Currier – 01:00 pm Room 101

Adam Del Re – 02:00 pm Room 101

MAKING MINIS: Do you have tons of pretty sketches, but they’re all in a butt-ugly sketchbook? Or comic pages that just float around without a proper cover to call home? Then you NEED to come to Adam and Athena’s Mini-Comics Crafternoon!! At 1, Athena will show you how to take your favorite old books, recycled covers, or whatever you like, to make into your very own sketchbooks, that reflect just how pretty the art inside is! Then at 2, Adam will show you two different way to take all your pretty art and make a mini-comic out of it with a z-stitch, getting it ready to show to editors and sell at conventions. With the Mini-Comics mingle just around the corner, and Editor’s day soon to follow, you can’t afford to miss these exciting workshops!!

Friday March 7th

 

Dane Farrow-Cypel – 01:00 pm Room 101

THE BUSINESS SIDE OF COMICS: Contracts and other important information.

Michael Wiggam – 02:00 pm Room 204

COLORING BASICS / COLOR PSYCHOLOGY / MATCHING COLOR STYLE TO LINE ART: Making a Splash: A Comic Book Coloring Workshop Michael E. Wiggam, colorist of Star Wars: Clone Wars (Dark Horse), Raymond E. Feist’s Magician Master: Enter the Great One (Marvel), Voltron Force (Viz), Amber Atoms (Image), and more, will give a talk on comic book coloring. Topics will include flatting, the use of appropriate styles to match line-work, color psychology, and palettes.

 

Make sure to mark these in your calendars so you don’t miss out on some awesome information handed down from the grads!

 

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Grad Workshop: Pan Wen!

Posted on 27 January 2014 by Paige Cambern

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Grad Workshop: Jeremy Lawson!

Posted on 27 January 2014 by Paige Cambern

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Save The Date!

Posted on 23 January 2014 by Paige Cambern

Unfortunately, there will be no CAF this year, but to cheer you up, here’s a reminder to save the date for SCAD Editor’s Day!

This year’s Editor’s Day(s) will take place on April 10th, 11th, and 12th. The Panel Discussion will be on Thursday April 10th at the SCAD Museum from 05:30 – 07:30 pm, with the guests to be announced, so stay tuned!

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Mini-Comics Expo

Posted on 23 January 2014 by Paige Cambern

The Mini-Comics Expo

is a traditional sequential art event for as many as 50 students to display and sell their comics and other course work.

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cannon_portrait3This year’s event will be at the new Haymans Hall on Saturday, March 1, 2014 from 11:00 am – 04:00 pm, and will be visited by guest artist Kevin Cannon, author of Far Arden and Crater XV.

 

$0 – Free and open to public

 

 

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