Comics and Cartoons
SINGLE 3 HR. SESSION: Wednesday AFTERNOON Workshop
The class consists of producing at a draft level, a short story in comic time. The creation of basic characters of the short story will be required, as well as the visualization of frames and graphic sequences to give life to the sequence that allows us to tell the story.
At the end of the day, each participant will have their own version of the same story, each with their characters created at their own discretion. The final idea may be realized at some level of final art, in a simple and fast technique based on the use of watercolors or colored ink, black ink, fine and medium brushes, and fine-medium caliber black markers.
About the Artist:
Enrique Bravo is a Venezuelan architect and graphic artist who recently moved/lives in Canada as a Protected Person. He emigrated to Canada in 2018 as a result of his activity as a cartoonist with a critical line towards the regime prevailing in his country.
Since 1986, Enrique's artistic activity has been divided into almost all facets of artistic expression, from his activity as an architect, from architectural perspectives for different architectural firms in Venezuela and the Caribbean area, as well as working professionally in other forms of plastic expression such as comics, political cartoons, illustrations for magazines and books, portraits, murals and artistic painting.
As a cartoonist, he has twice won the Honor Mention in the annual Cartoons Award of the Venezuelan newspaper El Nacional, as a comic book maker he has published in several print and digital media in Venezuela, and more recently as a painter he exhibited shortly before leaving Venezuela.
10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday to Friday