Sorry guys I forgot to post this earlier! These are the meeting topics for this quarter!
Jan 8 - Chill Day, Free Manga paper day
Jan 15 - Comic Improv
Jan 22 - Character Designs(Games, Anime etc.) by Yuji
Jan 29 - Create your own Portfolio Day
Feb 5 – Show and tell of your own portfolio day
Feb 12 - Relationship and Comics, everyone helps
Feb 19 – Comic Improv
Feb 26 - Themes and Comics/All Hail One Piece by Yuji
March 5 – Member Presentation
March 12 – Free manga paper day
Welcome back everyone!
This quarter we’ll be meeting at the Mechanical Engineering Building Room 250 at same time of 5:30 on Wednesdays. See you there!
Oct 9 – Comic Improv
Oct 16 – Western vs. Eastern: Differences in Comics
Oct 23 – Anatomy Tutorial / Bodybuilding Exercise
Oct 30 – Creepy Comics / Halloween Costume Party
Nov 6 – Fanfic and Doujinshi / Crazy Plotlines
Nov 13 – Digital Art Presentation
Nov 20 – Color Theory
Nov 27 – Comic Improv
Dec 4 – Free Manga Paper / Show Your Work / Read Comics Day
We are a student organization of the University of Washington whose purpose is to act as a resource and a meeting group for those interested in creating — writing or drawing — comics. It’s also a place for manga-lovers to just come and hang out!
We meet on Wednesdays at 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM in SAV 168
See you there!!
We meet Wednesdays from 5:30 – 7:00 PM at Dempsey 124.
4/3 – Kickoff Meeting, Pictionary
4/10 – Silent Comic and Dialogue
4/17 – Stylization
4/24 – Outside, frisbee, must yell kamehameha! Crazy plot lines backup.
5/1 – Guest Presentation: Jason Metcalf (DC Comics main artist)
5/8 – Bring up Officer elections
5/15 – Guest Presentation: Mark Monlux (Monlux illustrations)
5/22 – To Be Announced
5/29 - To Be Announced
6/5 – End of the world party, bring cookies
Tonight, Sarah Noonan gave a presentation on facial expressions in comics, detailing how comic artists effectively convey emotions, moods, and attitudes through lines, furrows, wrinkles and other features on characters’ faces. Then, club members were given handouts with 25 blank boxes, where each box had an emotion printed beneath it. Each member drew a face in each box corresponding to the emotion under it. Then, members shared their work with each other.
Tonight, Gerardo gave a presentation on the history of webcomics. This brief presentation covered the three main “generations” of webcomics, and offered numerous examples of different kinds of comics. It was based on the presentation Joy Kim gave about two years ago, with some extra additions and commentary. There was no club activity following the presentation, so the club went out to dinner a little earlier instead!
Tonight, Win L. did a presentation on Perspective. He began with a brief PowerPoint presentation, then proceeded to demonstrate how to draw 1, 2, 3, and 4-point perspective illustrations on the chalkboard.
This evening, Joe S. and Win L. presented the production line of comics. Members learned how manga and superhero artists have their works written, drawn, colored and published. This meeting offered excellent tips for members who might someday want to publish their works professionally.