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In Comics 1, we will start with the basics of comic art, focusing on comic layout, types of comic strips, and character design. You'll learn how to create visually engaging layouts that guide the reader's eye across the page, and you'll explore different types of comic strips such as gag-a-day, adventure, and manga.

We'll also cover the fundamentals of character design, including how to create dynamic characters that can express emotion and personality through their appearance and actions. You'll learn how to sketch, ink, and color your characters, giving them the depth and complexity they need to come to life on the page.


Our classes are designed for artists of all levels, from beginners to experienced creators who want to expand their skills. Our experienced instructors will guide you through creating your own comics, providing individual feedback and personalized support to help you achieve your goals.


By the end of Comics 1, you'll have the knowledge and skills you need to start creating your own comic strips and characters. Join us today and take the first step towards becoming a comic artist!


Comics 2 is designed to take students to the next level of comic creation. Building upon the foundational skills developed in Comics 1, this course delves deeper into advanced comic-making techniques, including multi-page comics and character visualization.

Throughout the course, students will have the opportunity to explore a variety of styles and genres, from superheroes to slice-of-life stories. They will learn how to develop their own unique style and voice and will be encouraged to experiment with different media, including pencils, pens, and digital tools.


One of the key focuses of Comics 2 is character visualization. Students will learn how to create dynamic, engaging characters that capture the reader's attention and convey emotion effectively. They will explore different approaches to character design, from sketching to digital sculpting, and will learn how to incorporate these designs into their comics.


Another key component of the course is multi-page storytelling. Students will learn how to plan and execute longer-form comics, developing pacing and structure to keep the reader engaged from beginning to end. They will explore different techniques for panel layout and design and will learn how to use dialogue and narration effectively to advance the story.


Throughout the course, students will be given more freedom to explore their own interests and creativity. If they become invested in a particular story or topic, they are encouraged to pursue it and develop it to its fullest potential. The goal of Comics 2 is to empower students to create unique, engaging comics that showcase their creativity and storytelling abilities.


Comics 3 is an advanced course that builds upon the skills and techniques learned in previous comics classes. This course is designed for students who are serious about pursuing a career in the comics/cartoon industry and want to learn advanced comic-making and character-design techniques.

Throughout the course, students will be introduced to a range of advanced topics, including professional standards and practices for the comics/cartoon industry. Students will learn about the different roles and responsibilities involved in the industry and how to prepare and present their work professionally.


The course will cover advanced character design techniques, including how to create unique and memorable characters that can captivate readers. Students will explore different approaches to character design, from concept art to digital sculpting, and learn how to use these techniques to create characters with depth and personality.


In addition to character design, students will learn how to create dynamic, engaging comics that tell compelling stories. They will explore advanced storytelling techniques, such as pacing, page layout, and dialogue, and learn how to use these techniques to create impactful comics that resonate with readers.


Students will also be given the opportunity to continue to work on story or character ideas that they have developed in previous courses and turn them into longer, more ambitious projects. This will allow them to explore their own interests and creative vision while also building their skills in planning, execution, and time management.


Overall, Comics 3 is a comprehensive course that prepares students for the demands of the comics/cartoon industry. By the end of the course, students will have a strong portfolio of work demonstrating their advanced skills in comic-making and character design. They will be well-prepared to pursue a career in this exciting and dynamic field.

Spring Session 2: April 1- June 12

Summer Semester: June 19 - August 19

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