AGES 8-14. Beginner Course. MTM alumni-led course.
This beginner friendly comics camp will focus on drawing comics for storytelling! Through this workshop, students will have the opportunity to layout a story in pictures and frames, learn where to place speech bubbles for ease of reading, and how to make their own short comic from start to finish all while utilizing the often overlooked element of defining the space where your story takes place.
Whether it’s a students first time with comics or they’re looking to get some more ideas and practice, this workshop will help them develop their skills!
Each session is 1 hour and 30 minutes long and will include homework between sessions.
Please note materials are not included in the cost of this workshop. These materials should be purchased after we have sent out a confirmation email that this class will be running.
This workshop requires Internet Access and will take place via Google Meetings / Hangouts. Students have the freedom to work digitally or traditionally! Sessions will be recorded and shared with students.
For Traditional Artists:
- Paper (document size or larger preferred)
- Variety of Drawing Pencils (weight of your preference though 2H, HB, or 2B may be preferred)
- Coloured pencils (example: Col-Erase)
- Vinyl Eraser
- A short clear ruler
- Markers or anything that can create a mark!
For Digital Artists:
- A drawing tablet
- A drawing program you’re already comfortable and familiar with!
About the Instructor
ADRIANNE CHAN is a 2019 graduate of the Max the Mutt College of Animation, Art and Design from the Illustration for Sequential Arts Program. She has a fond passion for drawing narrative illustrations and believe it’s a form of art that all ages can enjoy. She aims to encourage students to draw their stories and ultimately share them as they can provide students as well as those who read them with great joy.
Adrianne has been commissioned by the calendar company Time Of Day and has produced a movie poster and short comic for the film Whenever You’re Ready, directed by Jenna Harder. Adrianne is fluent in a multitude of Digital Art programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Clipstudio and Procreate. You can see more of Adrianne’s work on Instagram or her Website.