Archive | November, 2016

SEQA Graduate Workshops 11/18/16

Posted on 18 November 2016 by John Larison


SEQA Graduate Workshops
Friday, November 18
Haymans Hall 214, 1pm-2:30pm

Animal Signals 101
If you struggle figuring out how to make the animals in your comic convey emotion then consider joining SEQA graduate student, Sienna Haralson (previous animal science student and lifetime animal hoarder) as she breaks down the basic animal signals and what they mean. Adding in these natural cues can bring an extra layer of interest and depth to any work containing animals and make your character’s pet or sidekick become more lively and expressive!

Story Engineering
If you want some tips and rules for creating a story or plotting and building a comic, then join SEQA graduate student Mike Becker as he breaks down his personal storytelling process.

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SEQA Graduate Workshops Friday 11/11

Posted on 11 November 2016 by John Larison


SEQA Graduate Workshops
Friday, November 11
Haymans Hall 111, 1pm-2:30pm

Forming Character
Join grad student Don Fox for a lecture on the importance of shape dynamics and understanding form and how they apply to character design from basic construction to thinking about developing a personal style. Includes a live demonstration with suggestions taken from the audience. Bring work and character designs in progress for discussion and critique after. Sat Nov 11th.

GIF Comics
Want to learn how to implement subtle animations to enhance your comics? Come hang out with graduate student Zach Wilcox and learn how to make simple, yet effective GIFS.

That’s right: On 11/11 at 1pm in room 111.

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