CEGN 240 F001: Narrative Structures

Sep 25
Nov 13
Combining the elements of drawing and text, comics can be applied to all types of stories -- from short tales to sprawling sagas -- without being limited to one particular style or audience. This course will take the form of a participatory creative workshop, featuring a variety of exercises designed to perform two key functions: first to learn the principles of comics storytelling and to spark the imagination, then to develop your ideas toward future work. The remainder of the course will consist of studio time and group critiques that will guide you along the path toward creating comics and stories in your own unique voice.
Meeting Information: 
Date / Time Days Room Building
Sep 25-Nov 13
TH 252 NB


Instructor information: 
Please bring the following supplies to class:
- 1 oz FW Acrylic Ink Black
* 1 white staedtler eraser
* 1 Col-erase light blue pencil (LIGHT BLUE NOT NON-REPRO BLUE)
* 1 Staedtler graphite pencil 2B
- 1 metal ruler
- 2 round bristle brushes
- 1 strathmore bristol pad 400 Smooth 14"X17"
- 1 Glue Stick 20gm
* 1 Sketchbook Wire bound 8.5"X11"
- 1 Pentel White Out pen
- 1 Ink Nibs Speedball Sketch Project Set 

Estimated cost: $60.00

**Please bring items marked with a '*' to your first class.**

NOTE: Photocopy/printer cards can be purchased from the vending
machine outside the Emily Carr cafeteria.

***Present this ECUAD Registration Statement at Opus Framing &
Art Supplies to qualify for a student discount.***

***In order to minimize disruption, students are expected to
arrive at class a minimum of 5 minutes prior to the designated
start time.  If possible, please notify your instructor ahead of
time if you expect to be late or absent.***