Hey all, I will be teaching some of the Cartoon Boot Camp at the Cartoon Art Museum this summer. So if you are an intermediate artist between the ages of 10 and 14 this camp might be right for you. I am teaching all the classes except for the week of July 6-10.
Cartoon Boot Camp
Summer Session 2009
with Brian Kolm and Daniel Salcido
Learn to draw comic strips, cartoon characters, super heroes and more!
For ages 10 to 14 years old:
June 15 through 19
June 22 through 26
July 6 through 10
July 13 through 17
For ages 7 to 14:
August 3 through 7
All sessions run Monday through Friday from 12 noon to 2:00 pm at the Cartoon Art Museum.
$125 per week for non-members / $100 per week for members
To register please call 415-227-8666 x303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All participants must be pre-paid prior to the first day of each session. Full refunds given with 2 weeks cancellation notice prior to the first day of the session. 50% refund given within 7 to 13 days of the first day of the session. No refunds given within 6 days prior to the first day of the session.
Summer Boot Camp 2009 Curriculum
Intermediate ages 10-14:
June 15-19: Designing Superheroes
Superheroes are a big part of American pop culture with characters as diverse as Batman, Wonder Woman, Mr. Incredible and Diaperman. Students will learn to draw these and their own brightly colored lads and ladies who fight crime. The class will teach the students how to draw humanoid heroes in pose, physique, personality, costume and presentation.
June 22-26: From Storyboard to Animatic
In this class students learn to draw storyboards just like the ones used in movies and television shows. Once the storyboards are created students will develop them into an animated piece. The class will explore drawing, camera moves and lighting, timing and communication, and applying simple animation and camera moves to give a simulation of what a final film would look like.
July 6-11: Rendering Techniques for Comics
(taught by the awsome Daniel Salcido ) This class will focus on illustration techniques including the use of pencil, charcoal, and inking along with cross hatching and other rendering approaches to create shade and shadow and other dramatic effects in cartoon drawings.
July 13-17: Storytelling for Comics
Students will explore the process of creating a story including writing an outline, developing the structure of the story, creating characters, and making rough layouts.
Beginner level ages 7-14:
August 3-7: Cartoon Craft
Young students will participate in a fun week of cartoon and crafts combined, including the creation of projects that explore collage, flipbooks, zoetrope, paper dolls, puppets, and robots.