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SEQA Graduate Workshops Friday 10/28

Posted on 25 October 2016 by John Larison

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SEQA Graduate Workshops Friday 10/28

Tips And Tricks For Unique Character Designs
Friday, Octtober 28
Haymans Hall 214, 1pm

There is more to character design than the concept alone, it can be frustrating to have a character that doesn’t look unique, so Patricia Leang made a list of stuff to think about while designing characters. We will cover several important factors and tips for creating a unique character design; this workshop also includes a fun design challenge! Please bring your drawing materials! Loose paper and pencils will be more than enough!

SEQA Fight Club
Friday, October 28
Haymans Hall 214, 2pm
Action speaks louder than words. When a fight scene is involved, it’s a hella loud way to tell people about your character. Join SEQA grad student, Jordan Scribner (8 years stage combat, 2 years kickboxing, and 1 year European martial arts experience) to figure out how to jack up combat in your comics.  Learn how to research fighting styles, manipulate contact and pacing, and apply historic martial arts techniques to deepen your characters through action rather than exposition. Don’t forget to bring your own fight scenes for review and don’t be afraid to participate in some physical demonstrations!

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Call for Exhibitors – Mini-Comics Expo 2016

Posted on 19 October 2016 by John Larison

The SCAD Sequential Art department’s 9th annual Mini-Comics Expo will be held on Saturday, November 5th, in Hayman’s Hall. If you are interested in exhibiting in this event, please email Professor Duncan at daduncan@scad.edu.

Given the nature of the event, exhibitors should offer at least one mini-comic on their table (sketchbooks or zines count). We ask that exhibitors attend at least one of the lectures/presentations by the visiting artist Robyn Chapman, help advertise the event by paper posters and/or social media, help set up the event the afternoon before, and help return Haymans Hall to normal after the show. Thanks for helping make this event awesome.

More information provided to exhibitors closer to show date.

Thanks,
Prof. Duncan
daduncan@scad.edu

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