April Schedule: Toronto Cartoonists WorkshopTORONTO CARTOONISTS WORKSHOP is pleased to announce our line up of new classes for April 2010. They will be:
- Ty Templeton’s Comic Book Bootcamp Level One
- Kidding Around: Writing Comics for Younger Readers with Sam Agro
- Professional Layout and Story Telling for Comics and Graphic Novels with Ty Templeton
Comic Book Bootcamp Level I is finally back. It covers indepth both the pictorial and writing aspects of comic book creation. The response to this course is amazing and it has been constantly full over the past four years in its various incarnations. The September 2009 edition was sold out very quickly following Fan Expo and had a waiting list. Apply now to avoid disappointment.
Writing Comics for Younger Readers teaches the fundamentals of what is becoming a hot market in the book field. With critical and economic successes like BONE, AMULET and DIARY OF A WIMPY KID driving industry and consumer interest it is sure to be a growth area for some time. Sign up for this in depth study of the fundamentals of writing comics and animation for kids from 5 to 15 taught by Sam Agro. Sam has written for TVO’s Polka Dot Shorts, the animated segments of Elliot Moose is on the Loose and many, many scripts for DC’s Looney Tunes and Block Party comics.
Professional Layout and Story Telling is a course I have been asked about for a long time. Many aspiring comic artists are interested in studying with Ty Templeton, but would rather not have to go through the writing lessons that are a part of the Bootcamp. If you are a student who specifically wants to focus on the art side of making comics, then this is the course for you. It compresses the art lessons taught in the Comic Book Bootcamp Level I and Level II into one course. This class will be quite intensive and students should expect to be bombarded with information in each session. Due to Ty's schedule I'm not sure when this will be offered again, so please take advantage of the opportunity now.
For FULL information on these workshops please go to our site at: http://www.cartoonistsworkshop.com
Thank you for your interest in and support for the Toronto Cartoonists Workshop. If you have any questions please address them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 647-502-7605.
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