Illustration for Picture Books
Starts 21 Sep 2021 | 5 weeks
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Tutor - Sean Julian
Tuesdays, 2pm - 5pm | 5 weeks
Starts Tuesday 21 September 2021
This class will be taking place in person at Hamilton House. Click HERE for more information about Hamilton House. If government restrictions prevent this, due to Covid, this course will take place on Zoom.
Explore different ways to create children’s books, and consider character design, narrative, illustrating a text, page composition and the creation of a compelling fictional ‘world’. Drawing games will introduce a range of illustration styles. By the end of the course you will develop a character and a short, illustrated narrative sequence. Suitable for all abilities. Basic materials provided.
This class will be taking place at Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QY.
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Participants must be 16 or over.
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