I've been doing various hacks to the Inktober challenge to help me develop shippable products. This year I'm going to go sideways and use the 31-day challenge to develop a graphic novel pitch.
A pitch calls for a lot more than pen and ink drawings, so I could hardly call it my entry for Inktober. I'll be playing my own game alongside everyone else.
I wrote about it on my Patreon (public post): https://www.patreon.com/posts/29948172
In the latest Lean Into Art Cast, Rob Stenzinger and I explore how we're thinking about hacking creative challenges like Inktober in 2019.
My Making Comics class with #Nashville Community Ed begins tomorrow! We still have spaces left, if you'd like to learn about comic craft in a collaborative and welcoming setting! NCE offers affordable class options (and scholarships!) and I'm bringing in art goodies like artbooks, minicomics, zines, brushes, and nibs to get you inspired!
Register here: https://nce.asapconnected.com/ClassDetail.aspx?pk=1502858&
In the latest Lean Into Art Cast, Rob and I looked at how viewing angles contribute to the meaning of story. Rob pitched me feelings words, and I drew them from various angles to see how it changed the feeling.
You can watch the whole episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/lia-cast-284-29547095
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