Last Chance to Enroll! Storytelling Master Class with Robert Atkins Starts September 23, 2015!

atkins-bio1“Robert’s passion for comic books in general and comic book art specifically is constantly on display. In the upcoming Storytelling class, the students are going to get an instructor who is an expert at his craft and is exceedingly eager to pass along his knowledge of the medium. Professionally speaking I believe the best thing I ever did for my career was signing up for my first Robert Atkins instructed Comics Experience class. Three years and several classes later I’m still at it, still learning and positive I won’t be stopping anytime soon!”

– Brad Thingvold (Comics Experience alum and Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Comic Book Art and Introduction to Perspective and Environments)

Beginning September 23, 2015, instructor Robert Atkins will teach a new session of our Advanced Comic Book Art: Storytelling Master Class!

Comics Experience logoThis intensive, six-week course is an opportunity for returning art students to deepen their knowledge of visual storytelling techniques. The lessons will focus on both traditional and innovative ways to give readers a great visual experience!

Robert has been praised time and again for his engaging teaching style and valuable course content. In Advanced Art: Storytelling, you’ll complete your own project, exchange feedback with your peers, and develop your professional portfolio, all with Robert’s guidance!

Classes are held live, online, so you can attend from wherever you live. Recordings of each session are available to registered students throughout the course, so you’ll never have to miss a class!

All Comics Experience courses also include access to an online discussion forum, offering opportunities for professional networking, peer feedback, and support.

Don’t wait to sign up – seats are limited, and time is running out. Visit our course page now to enroll!

Advanced Comic Book Art: Storytelling Master Class starts September 23, 2015!

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!

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