Manga Drawing Class
On June 3, we will hold a free 30-minute brief session from 2 pm to 3:00 pm. (two sessions)
June 10 through August 26 (12 weeks)
Every Sunday from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
12 weeks – $300 ($250 for students)
4 weeks – $110 ($90 for students)
1 week – $30 ($25 for students)
- Schedule -
- Week1 : Life Drawing and Figure Drawing.
- Week2 : Life Drawing and Figure Drawing. (practice drawing different action poses and learn human anatomy including bone structures and muscles )
- Week3 : Still life drawing (plants, animals, objects). Draw imaginary creatures.
- Week4 : Draw faces, learn facial expressions (ex smiley, angry, sad, wondering, excited, etc….)
- Week5 : Draw different types of eyes, noses, mouths, ears, and hair. (Realistic and Manga style)
- Week6 : Draw hands, arms, feet, and legs. Cloth drawing. (learn how to draw different type of clothes and fabrics).
- Week7 : Create Character Board. Learn how to develop your own character figures and how to present them.
- Week8 : Continue working on the character board.
- Week9 : Continue working on the character board and presentation.
- Week10 : Learn Perspective drawing.
- Week11 : Create one scene illustration using black ink. (interaction with characters and illustrate background also)
- Week12 : Learn Manga comic layout.
- Week13 : Create your own short manga comic based on your own story.(2 or 3 pages)
- Week14 : Continue working on your manga
- Week15 : Continue working on your manga and presentation.
Yoko Yabe is a Japanese illustrator and painter. In 2004, she came to America to study media arts and animation at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. After graduating in 2007, she started working as a 3D designer at an architectural company in Japan, but soon realized that her real passion was to become an illustrator and a painter. She worked as a freelance illustrator for a film company, at a t-shirt factory, in publishing — and more — creating concept art, film posters, t-shirt designs, to name just a few. Mostly drawing women in her illustrations and paintings, and expressing the distinct personalities, lifestyles, and cultural backgrounds of each, her style features both traditional and modern Japanese arts. Ms. Yabe’s technique ranges from traditional canvas paintings to modern digital design.
Yoko Yabe – Official Website
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
41-26 27TH Street
Long Island City, NY, 11101
Long Island City
Subway N,Q,7,E,M and R
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