Max the Mutt offers the ONLY in depth Illustration Diploma program focusing on storytelling for comic books and graphic novels in Canada!
And we would like to celebrate our graduates who are contributing to the Canadian and International popular culture! Everyone knows that this field continues to grow. If you have a passion for comics books and the like, check out our now 4 year Illustration & Storytelling for Sequential Arts Diploma Program and don’t wait! Contact us now.
Meaghan Carter has been a Toronto-based freelance self-published comic and colourist artist since 2007. She is a member of the Comic Book Embassy studio. She writes and draws the webcomic “Take off!”, has worked on journal comics and illustrations for REAL kids magazine, freelance comic work and other personal projects. She’s had her work published in comic anthologies such as Secret Loves of Geek Girls, Valor, We Got The Geek and the Toronto Comics Anthology.
She is an Illustration for Sequential Arts program 2010 graduate at Max the Mutt College. After moving from Niagara and after high school, Meaghan has never looked back.
Meaghan has joined the Max the Mutt Faculty Family. Teaching Cartooning for Comics for our Illustration & Storytelling for Sequential Arts students and Cartooning to our Concept Art for Animation & Video Games students.
She has also been teaching Summer Workshops for Max the Mutt over the last couple of summers.
For Summer 2019, Meaghan will be teaching Dynamic Action and Character Design Summer Workshops both running in July! There is space available for both workshops! Register for one or both if you are interested in character design and drawing for Comic Books!
An interview from Erik Irwin: “I’m a graduate of Max the Mutt Animation School (now Max the Mutt College of Animation, Art & Design) with a diploma in Illustration for Sequential arts. I’m currently a working Illustrator who’s recent projects include storyboards, concept art and environment design for music videos. My skills lean towards realism characterized by an Inking style filled with bold blacks, and strong brush strokes that are heavily influenced by Comics and Cinema. I am well versed in both traditional and digital media. I have a strong and animated cartooning style as well, most evidently shown in my Weekly Webcomic “IHeartViking“.”
David Cutler is a comic book artist and illustrator based in Toronto, Canada. He has been working in comics since 2010, his work appearing in comics from Zenescope Entertainment, Archaia Press, and Boom Studios, among others.
Born in Newfoundland, David doesn’t have an accent, but his mom totally does. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from St Francis Xavier University and studied Illustration for Sequential Arts at Max the Mutt Animation School (now Max the Mutt College of Animation, Art & Design).
Congrats to all the students, instructors, and graduates who have worked, and continue to work so hard to keep developing and contributing to popular culture!!
Contact us for more information about Max the Mutt’s 4 year Illustration & Storytelling for Sequential Arts Diploma Program!
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