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Feb
5
Tue
Visual Storytelling: Comic Book Artists and Illustrators @ AS220 Industries
Feb 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

comicsA perfect crash course for anyone wanting to learn how to make comics, graphic novels or illustrations that speak to a viewer. 

Tuesdays, February 5-20, 6-9pm  (4 weeks)

Any pro will tell you the road to becoming a better cartoonist or illustrator is storytelling. The art forms are all about conveying a narrative. Whether it’s start forward, abstract, traditional or digital, all the basics will be covered in this intensive class. This workshop is suggested for ages 17 and up.

This visual narrative workshop is the perfect way to craft your own visual voice, dialog and becoming a better visual storyteller. You’ll leave with a better understanding of basic narrative either through a panel-to-panel comic or stand alone illustrations. Instructor Steve Mardo will guide students through the process of making visually intriguing images that tell a short story. The class will help develop and nurture your skills and problem solving abilities. Style, technique and reference to golden age and current illustrators and comic book artists will be the focus and practice. Expect guest speakers and in-class exercises! We end with going over publishing and submitting your work online and beyond to help build your audience and/ or business.

Instructor : Steve Mardo is a freelance illustrator from Rhode Island who has studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and received his BFA in illustration from MassArt in Boston. Clients include American Cancer Society, Northeastern Magazine, Dig Boston, The Pet Gazette, The Motif Magazine, Light Publications, Locust Moon Comics, Hope Media, Middle Center Productions, Improper Bostonian, Rhode Island Monthly. His art has also been showcased at Gallery X, AS220, 13 Forest Gallery, AnnMarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center and Gallery 1988. Mardo independently prints his own comic Big Jackson through his comic book company Angry Baby Comics. www.stevemardo.com

Feb
12
Tue
Visual Storytelling: Comic Book Artists and Illustrators @ AS220 Industries
Feb 12 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

comicsA perfect crash course for anyone wanting to learn how to make comics, graphic novels or illustrations that speak to a viewer. 

Tuesdays, February 5-20, 6-9pm  (4 weeks)

Any pro will tell you the road to becoming a better cartoonist or illustrator is storytelling. The art forms are all about conveying a narrative. Whether it’s start forward, abstract, traditional or digital, all the basics will be covered in this intensive class. This workshop is suggested for ages 17 and up.

This visual narrative workshop is the perfect way to craft your own visual voice, dialog and becoming a better visual storyteller. You’ll leave with a better understanding of basic narrative either through a panel-to-panel comic or stand alone illustrations. Instructor Steve Mardo will guide students through the process of making visually intriguing images that tell a short story. The class will help develop and nurture your skills and problem solving abilities. Style, technique and reference to golden age and current illustrators and comic book artists will be the focus and practice. Expect guest speakers and in-class exercises! We end with going over publishing and submitting your work online and beyond to help build your audience and/ or business.

Instructor : Steve Mardo is a freelance illustrator from Rhode Island who has studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and received his BFA in illustration from MassArt in Boston. Clients include American Cancer Society, Northeastern Magazine, Dig Boston, The Pet Gazette, The Motif Magazine, Light Publications, Locust Moon Comics, Hope Media, Middle Center Productions, Improper Bostonian, Rhode Island Monthly. His art has also been showcased at Gallery X, AS220, 13 Forest Gallery, AnnMarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center and Gallery 1988. Mardo independently prints his own comic Big Jackson through his comic book company Angry Baby Comics. www.stevemardo.com

Feb
19
Tue
Visual Storytelling: Comic Book Artists and Illustrators @ AS220 Industries
Feb 19 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

comicsA perfect crash course for anyone wanting to learn how to make comics, graphic novels or illustrations that speak to a viewer. 

Tuesdays, February 5-20, 6-9pm  (4 weeks)

Any pro will tell you the road to becoming a better cartoonist or illustrator is storytelling. The art forms are all about conveying a narrative. Whether it’s start forward, abstract, traditional or digital, all the basics will be covered in this intensive class. This workshop is suggested for ages 17 and up.

This visual narrative workshop is the perfect way to craft your own visual voice, dialog and becoming a better visual storyteller. You’ll leave with a better understanding of basic narrative either through a panel-to-panel comic or stand alone illustrations. Instructor Steve Mardo will guide students through the process of making visually intriguing images that tell a short story. The class will help develop and nurture your skills and problem solving abilities. Style, technique and reference to golden age and current illustrators and comic book artists will be the focus and practice. Expect guest speakers and in-class exercises! We end with going over publishing and submitting your work online and beyond to help build your audience and/ or business.

Instructor : Steve Mardo is a freelance illustrator from Rhode Island who has studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and received his BFA in illustration from MassArt in Boston. Clients include American Cancer Society, Northeastern Magazine, Dig Boston, The Pet Gazette, The Motif Magazine, Light Publications, Locust Moon Comics, Hope Media, Middle Center Productions, Improper Bostonian, Rhode Island Monthly. His art has also been showcased at Gallery X, AS220, 13 Forest Gallery, AnnMarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center and Gallery 1988. Mardo independently prints his own comic Big Jackson through his comic book company Angry Baby Comics. www.stevemardo.com

Feb
26
Tue
Visual Storytelling: Comic Book Artists and Illustrators @ AS220 Industries
Feb 26 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

comicsA perfect crash course for anyone wanting to learn how to make comics, graphic novels or illustrations that speak to a viewer. 

Tuesdays, February 5-20, 6-9pm  (4 weeks)

Any pro will tell you the road to becoming a better cartoonist or illustrator is storytelling. The art forms are all about conveying a narrative. Whether it’s start forward, abstract, traditional or digital, all the basics will be covered in this intensive class. This workshop is suggested for ages 17 and up.

This visual narrative workshop is the perfect way to craft your own visual voice, dialog and becoming a better visual storyteller. You’ll leave with a better understanding of basic narrative either through a panel-to-panel comic or stand alone illustrations. Instructor Steve Mardo will guide students through the process of making visually intriguing images that tell a short story. The class will help develop and nurture your skills and problem solving abilities. Style, technique and reference to golden age and current illustrators and comic book artists will be the focus and practice. Expect guest speakers and in-class exercises! We end with going over publishing and submitting your work online and beyond to help build your audience and/ or business.

Instructor : Steve Mardo is a freelance illustrator from Rhode Island who has studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and received his BFA in illustration from MassArt in Boston. Clients include American Cancer Society, Northeastern Magazine, Dig Boston, The Pet Gazette, The Motif Magazine, Light Publications, Locust Moon Comics, Hope Media, Middle Center Productions, Improper Bostonian, Rhode Island Monthly. His art has also been showcased at Gallery X, AS220, 13 Forest Gallery, AnnMarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center and Gallery 1988. Mardo independently prints his own comic Big Jackson through his comic book company Angry Baby Comics. www.stevemardo.com