Another amazing testimonial

SAW gives you maximum resources and minimal bullshit. It’s small. It’s close. You are literally surrounded by comics. There’s no grades, no suffocating “I’m-the-teacher” hierarchy. What you get is professionals who have collectively mastered the whole range of comics, and a dozen other nerds to learn from them with.

You will crank out work faster than you ever have before. You will have three hour conversations about R. Crumb’s crosshatching. You’ll see things you didn’t think were possible.  You won’t be able to go to sleep from all the ideas that keep coming to you. You will learn what it is like to be passionate and you will feel as if you can do anything. 

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International Art Show, Thursday Feb 8

Out of Africa & Congo, Into Eastside High School, a Comics Art Show With An Event Open to the Public: A Comics Installation

The Sequential Artists Workshop
710 SE 2d Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
Thursday, Feb 8, 2018
5:30 - 7:30 pm
Facebook Event Here

The Sequential Artists Workshop (SAW) in downtown Gainesville is proud to be working with the UF African Studies Center to bring the work of two esteemed African artists to Gainesville’s public. SAW Executive Director and award-winning cartoonist Tom Hart, along with visual artist Didier Viodé based in France and from Benin, and prize-winning novelist Fiston Mwanza Mujila based in Austria and from DR Congo will visit Eastside High School on Wednesday, February 7 for a pair of workshops on comics, racism, rumor, magic, and artistic expression.

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The first thing to do if you want more depth and details in your art

The first thing I tell people who want to add more depth and details in their art is to look for the layers. In my classes we examine the layers of masterful work from the front to the back, and then analyze how they arranged and rendered each layer.


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