Courses

  • Advanced Figure Drawing & Anatomy

    Instructor: Phillip Sevy

    6 Weeks | Starts: September 21, 2021 Live

    Advanced Figure Drawing is an exciting course of study in adapting the dynamic human figure to comic book art!

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    Comics Writing: Discovering Genre

    Instructor: Paul Allor

    6 Weeks | Starts: September 22, 2021 Live

    The comics industry is founded on genre work, with professional writers expected to write top-level stories in a variety of genres and styles. In this six-week course, comics writer Paul Allor will guide you through the genres of science fiction, crime, horror, comedy, romance and more! You will discover what makes these genres tick, and learn how to craft a winning story in each.

  • Advanced Comic Book Coloring

    Instructor: Chris Sotomayor

    7 Weeks | Starts: November 8, 2021 Live

    In this seven-week course, colorist Chris Sotomayor covers all the advanced coloring techniques that take your work to the next level!

  • Comics Storytelling Masterclass

    Instructor: Phillip Sevy

    6 Weeks | Starts: November 9, 2021 Live

    An intensive course of study focused on breaking the mold of more traditional grid layout storytelling while digging underneath the surface of your art to find ways to add more emotion and meaning to your ideas.

  • Kickstarting Your Comic or Graphic Novel

    Instructor: Ryan Browne

    6 Weeks | Starts: November 10, 2021

    In this six-week digital course, Kickstarter expert Ryan Browne teaches you all the necessary tools for creating and executing your own Kickstarter.

  • Introduction to Comic Book Coloring

    Instructor: Chris Sotomayor

    6 Weeks | Starts: January 31, 2022 Live

    In this six-week course, pro colorist Chris Sotomayor teaches you all the necessary tools for coloring and using color as a storytelling device.

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    Introduction to Visual Storytelling

    Instructor: Phillip Sevy

    6 Weeks | Starts: February 1, 2022 Live

    Join professional artist Phillip Sevy (Tomb Raider, Triage, The House, Paradox) as he teaches you everything you need to know about comic book storytelling in this dynamic six-week class.

  • Introduction to Writing Comics

    Instructors: Andy Schmidt and Paul Allor

    6 Weeks | Starts: February 2, 2022 Live

    Learn how to craft a comic book story, create great characters, the ins and outs of the industry and tips for breaking in—all from one of the industry’s leading professional editors.

  • Advanced Comic Book Writing: Perfecting a One-Shot

    Instructors: Andy Schmidt and Paul Allor

    For graduates of the Introduction class, delve even deeper into the art and craft of writing comic book scripts! In this seven-week class, Andy will guide you through writing (and revising) a full 20-page comic book–plus get additional insight person making it in the industry!

  • Introduction to Perspective & Environments

    Instructor: Phillip Sevy

    In this six-week course, pro comic penciler Phillip Sevy (Tomb Raider, Magdalena, The House) teaches you all the necessary tools and tricks for learning perspective and creating environments through illustration.

  • Editing and Project Management
    Comic Book Editing & Project Management

    Instructor: Andy Schmidt

    Find collaborators, manage budgets, timetables, bring the best out of your writers and artists, problem solve, and make a professional-level project!

  • Introduction to Figure Drawing & Anatomy

    Instructor: Phillip Sevy

    Jump into this in-depth study in drawing and constructing the human form and learn how to render phenomenal human images without the aid of photographic reference!

  • Introduction to Lettering Comics

    Instructor: Sean Rinehart

    Join pro Sean Rinehart for a six-week course on lettering and production work. There’s a lot more to lettering than digitally pasting words onto the page. Avoid the pitfalls of unprofessional lettering by training with Sean!

  • Comics Writing: Creating Great Characters

    Instructor: Paul Allor

    Great comics start with great characters. From the Golden Age of superheroes to last week’s indie darling, when you think of your favorite comics, you’ll most likely think about the fantastic characters within.