Photos from Friday’s morning session.
I arrived to find the students already looking over each other’s work, always the sign of a good class: the teacher should ideally start a dialogue that the students continue.
These two show Ya Ting’s revised thumbs. She decided yesterday to make her story 8 rather than 7 pages so she has cut out all the panels and spread them out, filling in the gaps with new panels we discussed in the crit.
We spent part of the class learning how to use the Ames lettering guide, shown here in a slide from Drawing Words & Writing Pictures (being the others, of course, we have convenient pdfs of the entire book. This is something we’re considering making available at a later date on our website.)
news and comics from the author of 99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style and other works