Posted on 24 February 2017 by John Larison
Saturday, Feb.25, Haymans Room 208, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Come and learn how to draw water effects using the Anderson Method. It’s easier than it looks! I promise! This Saturday, graduate student Sydney Anderson, will walk you through the proper way to conquer water. Q & A to follow.
Putting it into Perspective
Saturday, Feb.25, Haymans Room 214, 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Tired of flat characters on flat backgrounds? Want to add depth to your character art but aren’t sure where to begin? Join graduate student Don Fox as he breaks down and demonstrates the methods he uses for constructing characters quickly and accurately in extreme perspectives. Q & A to follow.
Posted on 08 February 2017 by John Larison
You all know how effective environment and acting can be in storytelling, but have you noticed that most characters just seem to wear plain old jeans and t-shirts? Is that not boring?
This workshop will provide a basic knowledge of the costume design process from starting with the silhouette to the psychology behind colour, style and period choices.
It instructs you on how to apply costuming to your comics process which will further emphasise a character’s aesthetic qualities and enhance their role in the story,making your worlds a little more believable.
Join Luke Kemp-James on 10th February at Haymans Hall room 110 at 11am to learn about Costume as character.