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Webcomics bootcamp at New York Comic Con (1 comments)
Webcomics bootcamp at New York Comic Con
in Conventions by Guigar
Tuesday, September 21, 2010 - 07:15 PM
New York Comic Con: Morning of Sunday, Oct. 10
More than ever, aspiring cartoonists are looking towards the web as a means of distribution and business. But does your comic strip really have what it takes to be successful online? Brad Guigar and Scott Kurtz, founders of Webcomics.com and two of four co-authors of the book How To Make Webcomics offer a one-on-one bootcamp for aspiring webcartoonists.
Brad and Scott will present a lecture on the art and commerce of webcomics and then take their class through a collegiate-level critique of their work.
This is a limited attendance seminar. Cost of attendance is $50. (Members of Webcomics.com are eligible for a special discount.) Students will be asked to provide a contact email address, bring examples of their work for critique, and be prepared to take and offer constructive criticism in the hopes of bettering each other's work.
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