Join our friend Emmett Hobbes, the creator of the queer-caper Webtoon Royale a one-time workshop on developing characters that are more than just pretty faces. A good design tells us who a character is, what they like, where they came from, and where they’re going–with maybe a little bit of mystery thrown in there, too.
Space is limited to 10 participants so save your space today!
Binders Art Supplies & Frames Classroom & our Buckhead location.
1 workshop, two 2-hour classes:
Class 1: Saturday, March 11
Class 2: Saturday, March 18
(Participants must be able to attend both workshops)
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Beginner (but helpful to all skill levels)
Sketching and inking supplies of students' choice (sketchbook and pencil/pen, drawing tablet, or equivalent).
About Your Instructor:
Emmett Hobbes (he/him) has been making comics since he could read. While pursuing a BFA in Sequential Art at SCAD, he signed on to illustrate My Riot, a coming-of-age graphic novel about girl punks in the 90s. His work can also be seen in The Sweaty Palms Anthology, Rick and Morty: Ever After, the occasional variant cover, and in the Webtoon Original Royale: The Prussian Blue. When writing, he tends to center characters who are Remarkably Well-Adjusted Given Their Circumstances (which isn’t saying much).