This Week in Our Community
You probably heard we’ve recently made a big move over to the Mighty Network, a group sharing platform where the SAW community can share, workshop and develop ideas.
Every week we’ll bring you snippets from both the public and private groups. Otherwise, the SAW online community is available 24/7, wherever you are in the world. You just have to join us.
TUESDAY COMICS INSPIRATION
This last week was rife with comics inspiration including some graphic novel suggestions from Gineen Cooper, including ‘Brazen’ by Penelope Bagieu, ‘Hey Kiddo’ by Jarrett Krosoczka, and ‘My Favourite Thing is Monsters’ by Emil Ferris
We share comics inspiration every Tuesday, but we’re also taking suggestions for books to add to our library shelves.
Barefoot Justine is getting ready to launch six short courses in inking, but some of her material can be found in our free resources section.
How to Copy the Great Masters is an essential part of her teaching, following her legacy of seeking out her favourite artists. Here she talks with Tom about the process of pitching and sketching and developing a full-format newspaper annual report for the city of Gainesville.
Heads, faces and characters in this weeks comics flow group!
The goal was to study faces a bit more and use the versatility of these actors to consider expression and character in a narrative.
Do you use photographs as reference in your drawing?
FROM THE MEMOIR GROUP
What do you think? How would you respond to this exhibition in comics form?
NEW GROUP ALERT
The Mighty Network has a whole range of groups and topics you can join, and we’ve just added another one!
Join our online graphic novel reading group!
We’re starting off with ‘The Lie and How We Told It’ by Tommi Parrish and will add our thoughts to the group starting July 1.
Don’t forget, the SAW Mighty Network is free and accessible whenever you like. Join us now and be apart of the conversation!