February Intro Courses Sold Out! New Courses Open for Enrollment!

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Please note that the upcoming Intro to Comic Book Art and Comic Book Lettering and Coloring classes have, in addition to Introduction to Comic Book Writing, filled up. Thank you to everyone who expressed interest in participating! Don’t worry if you missed the window to enroll this round. Comics Experience is always offering courses in a wide range of comics-related subject matter.

Make sure to keep your eye out here on the blog and website for more information about upcoming opportunities, as well as exciting new courses.

We are also excited to announce that enrollment is currently open for the following classes:

  • Advanced Comic Book Art: Live Studio Experience | Starts March 23
    If you’re looking for candid, one-on-one advice on your artwork, your portfolio, and your personal and professional comics goals, Robert Atkins is providing a special learning opportunity. Details here.
  • Introduction to Comic Book Writing | Starts May 25
    Comics Experience founder Andy Schmidt teaches students how to tell compelling stories using the language of comics! Details here.
  • Introduction to Figure Drawing | Starts June 1
    Join Robert Atkins for comprehensive lessons in human anatomy, and build up the ability to draw a proportionate form without the need for photo references. Details here.
  • Introduction to Digital Painting | Starts July 14 (Week of San Diego Comic-Con will be skipped)
    Scott Johnson has 20 years of comics industry experience, and presents lessons in digital painting techniques that can apply to traditional outlets as well. Details here.
  • Introduction to Comic Book Art | Starts September 7
    Artist Robert Atkins guides students through lessons on visual storytelling, professional standards, and building your portfolio and career. Details here.
  • Introduction to Comic Book Coloring | Starts September 12
    Taught by prolific colorist Chris Sotomayor, Intro to Coloring emphasizes coloring comics with Photoshop and how to use color as a storytelling device. Details here.

More information about what our dedicated team of experienced industry pros have to offer emerging comic book creators can be found on our Courses page.


If you want to make comics, write, draw, letter, and color comics, or improve as a comics creator, you’ll find like-minded friends and colleagues in our online workshops and courses. We hope to see you there!

Posted by Meredith Nudo