Sketch-a-day Compilation: May 2015

With the earlier sketches, I really didn’t get to play around with expressions. (There is only so much you can do when you’re drawing skulls with black pits for eyes.) So, it was such a great move to make this month all about cartooning. Just comparing the first weeks (top) to the last (bottom), youContinue reading “Sketch-a-day Compilation: May 2015”

Learn clear storytelling from Steve Rolston

With Steve’s class scheduled to start at the end of month, it’s time to wrap up my “How to make comics the Steve Rolston way” posts. So far in these posts, I have talked about how you could learn precision and discipline in Steve’s Introduction to Comic Book Production at VanArts. Yet, the ability toContinue reading “Learn clear storytelling from Steve Rolston”

Learn discipline from Steve Rolston’s comic class.

In my first post about Steve Rolston’s Introduction to Comic Book Production at VanArts, I discussed how I learned to slow down and be more precise with my art. Yet, slowing down does not mean being slow. It just means taking your time with every step of the process. It’s this discipline that I wantContinue reading “Learn discipline from Steve Rolston’s comic class.”

Why you should take Steve Rolston’s comic-making class.

I recently finished Steve Rolston’s Introduction to Comic Book Production at VanArts and have since been eager to tell other aspiring comic creators all about the benefits of the class.However, I’ve been stymied because I simply took so much away from those 12 weeks that I can’t cram it all into one “How to drawContinue reading “Why you should take Steve Rolston’s comic-making class.”