Graphic Novel: Workshop with Pat Grant
Sunday, 25 Apr 2010, 10:00am - 12:00pm
Making Mini Comics – Workshop with Pat Grant
Mini-comics are small, self published and often beautifully hand made comic books that are printed in finite numbers and distributed through alternative networks. Many famous graphic novel creators cut their cartooning teeth making mini-comics and some have pontificated that these comic books, little seen by the general populace, are the foundation for contemporary cartooning.
This workshop will take you through all stages of the mini-comic process from the early scribblings through to various forms of printing, assembly and distribution.
Pat Grant is a cartoonist, writer and zinemaker. Right now he’s working on a comics project funded by a couple of grants from the Australia Council. He is also a doctoral candidate at Macquarie University where he is undertaking creative research on poetics in cartooning. His work appears mainly i... Read more
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