Arts, Culture & Fun: Make Your Mark Graphic Novel Workshop Series
Saturday, June 10, 2017
12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m.
This event repeats every week on Saturday between 6/3/2017 and 6/24/2017.
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In this workshop series for 4 Saturdays in June, you will learn the foundations of what makes up a graphic novel or comic. Participating artists should already have fleshed out characters and environments along with an understanding of perspective. We will cover composition, image and text relationships as well as lighting. Please bring a sketchbook and ruler. All other supplies will be provided. No experience necessary.
Maurice Buckley is an Illustrator, sculptor, storyteller and educator. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts at Alfred University in 2013. Since then he's been teaching art all around New York City, through organizations such as The Art Student's League of New York, and Doing art together. In addition to teaching he works from home as a comic book artist. He currently resides in Brooklyn New York and is working on launching a comic book company with his colleagues and mentors.
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In partnership with the Art Students League Seeds of the League