How to go from “I have a great idea” to “Want to read my comic?” Learn how comic books are created!
Learn the steps to take your comic book creations from idea to ready to print. Comic book writer/artist Bobby Nash will take you through the steps involved in creating comic books from the plot, character development, the pitch, the script, pencils, inks, letters, colors, edits, production, to print, and more in this intensive hands-on workshop. We’ll also look at the multiple methods of getting your comic book stories in front of audiences in today’s market.
In this class, you will learn industry terminology, get hands on training formatting comic book scripts, learn how writers, artists, and editors work together to get the book to press on time, and explore publishing options that exist today.
Open to writers, artists, and storytellers of all levels.
Lunch is included.
Class limit of 20.
Saturday, October 27th
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Decatur Co-Works. 708 Church Street, just one block from Decatur Square and convenient to MARTA.
About the Instructor
An award-winning author, Bobby Nash writes comic books, graphic novels, novels, short stories, novellas, and the occasional screenplay for a variety of publishers. Sometimes he even draws comics. He is a member of the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers and International Thriller Writers. On occasion, Bobby appears in movies and TV shows. For more information on Bobby Nash please visit him at www.bobbynash.com and across social media.