Comic Book and Sequential Art for Teens Spring 24 *NEW*


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Learn the fundamentals of drawing comics for Ages 13 – 18, full details below.

BIO OF MICHAEL PARKMichael Park is a twotime graduate of Pratt Institute, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications Design (Illustration) and a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts (Painting).  At Pratt Institute, he was the last editor of the college’s student comic book ACME COMICS.  Shortly after graduating from Pratt, he went to work for his animation professor John Snyder on an animated adaptation of DICK WHITTINGTON’S CAT for Snyder’s Luzerne Productions and from there, went onto character designs for Al Brodax’s sequel to YELLOW SUBMARINE, entitled STRAWBERRY FIELDS. While working on the television series pilot TWILIGHT TALES, he was commissioned to do a comic book adaptation of the pilot. His videcomics work has been featured at his. New Visions Cinema Series at the Millennium Film Workshop as well as in a solo showing of his collected work there. These works included his productions of DISCOTECH, THE FIRE SUITE (PART 1), RESIST!, ELSEWHERE: THE WARRIORS OF ARMAGEDDON, and ( in collaboration with musician Martin Rev) THE TOMORROW GODS.


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Comic Book and Sequential Art for Teens (Ages 13-18) *NEW*
Michael Park

635.1 | Wed  5:00 – 7:00 pm| Room G
Begins April 17 | $332 | 10 weeks

A comics and sequential art class geared for the entry-level-minded comic artists. This class will guide you through the process of creating a finished comic, from writing, to layouts, to sketching, inking, coloring, and lettering. Materials Supplied. Class meets once a week for 10 weeks.

$20 registration fee will be applied to the total.

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