Thursday, August 6, 2009

Artscool Manga Cartooning at The von Liebig Art Center - Photo Journal of day 4

Feedback request from students: if you remembered to take them home, please let me know your opinion on how well the Pentel Hi-Polymer eraser samples work for you. Have a great school year and keep on drawing! You will only continue to improve as you continue sketching and using up your supplies.
Holding impromptu mini contests has proven to be a good way to motivate students to generate character desings within a set time limit.
Volunteers and students appreciating the monsters/character design entries.
"Winged Pegasus" was the prize chosen by the first place winner.
"Monkey in a diaper" was the second place prize for the character design contest and drawn in color upon request with Faber Castell Pitt Big Brush Artist Pens.

Sequential art pages created by gifted student.
Colorful work done with watercolor pencils and a waterbrush.
Crayola marker sketches.
Highly naturalistic work drawn by talented class volunteer.
A few pencil sketches.
Colored character and manga comic page.
Chibi people and cats & dogs.

Colored pencil sketch of a Chibi ninja.
Pencil sketch of a Xevoz soldier action figure.
Using a Real Bug Chafer Beetle encased in resin for drawing reference.
A list with few suggestions for elements that could be included in their comic book covers.
Students hard at work.
Students with their colorful Manga comic book covers drawn with watercolor pencils.
Happy siblings with their colorful pieces.
Bit of colored pencil work.
Castle drawn with Sakura Pigma Sensei pigment liner pens.
Manga covers commenting on Mickey Mouse Corp.
A young artist quite content with his piece of "Screaming Vegetables" drawn with colored markers.
Students detailed dragon sketch was drawn with a Faber Castell Pitt Artist brush pen.

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