Scripting the Graphic Novel for Writers and Artists
The graphic novel has come into its own as a Pulitzer Prize-winning literary form and the inspiration for many feature films. Whether your story is pure fantasy or gritty nonfiction, as the auteur of your graphic novel you have complete control of your personal vision. Bring your idea, life story, intriguing scenario or blank page to this class and find out how to build your graphic novel from the ground up. Explore common sense techniques that will help you develop themes, structure your story and create legendary characters. Your finished product will engage the reader and easily translate to the silver screen. If you can draw a stick figure, you're ready for this class! Instructor will e-mail students before class with a list of materials to bring.
Instructor: Shary Flenniken
Meets: Saturday, April 12, 1–5 p.m. Min. 5 Max. 15
General: $95 Hugo House Member: $85.50
Hugo House is located at 1634 Eleventh Avenue in Seattle
HOW TO REGISTER
Call Hugo House at (206) 322-7030 with your credit card information (Visa and MasterCard only), noon to 9 p.m. weekdays and noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays (except holidays). If you have any questions about registration, please e-mail Brian McGuigan at firstname.lastname@example.org or check http://www.hugohouse.org for registration forms.
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