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Sequential Art
Sequential Art
Inclass Program (Toronto, Canada)

Across from Dundas West Subway.
Free Parking

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Next BEGINNER PROGRAM

Sept 20 -
Nov 15 (Thursdays), 2018

Instructor’s
                            Work
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Instructor's Work
(click for better quality)

Sequential Art is an art form that
uses images deployed in sequence
for graphic storytelling or to convey
information. The best known examples
of sequential art include comic strips,
comic books, graphic novels,
children's storybooks
,
animation
& storyboarding.


Cartoonist Jason Loo will teach
students the art of story-telling through
the medium of the comic book.

Students will develop characters for
their own story, and receive instruction
on all the necessary stages that form a
comic book. Those stages includ
e
Creative Writing, Script Work,
Thumbnail Layouts, Penciling &
Inking a Page and Cover Design.


Each week, Jason will go through a
tutorial and have students work on their
own 6-page comic book
.
He will also give weekly one-on-one art
direction discussions to ensure each
student will produce a solid
comic product.



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Since childhood, Jason's creative
life revolves around his passion &
enthusiasm for the sequential arts!
His energy and excitement is
contagious when he reads,
speaks, creates & instructs about
this wonderful, primordial art form
that's been around since people
first started painting on the
walls of caves!
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Instructor: Jason Loo
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Instructor:
Jason Loo
achieved his BAA in Interpretive
Illustration.

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Jason has done
editorial work for Globe and Mail,
National Post,
24 Hours Toronto
& This Magazine.
He's also worked for Rubicon
Publishing
,
Alterna Press,
Chapterhouse
Comic
s & the
Toronto Comic
Anthology.

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As well as
creating and
contributing to
other
publications,
the
Pitiful
Human-Lizard
is a popular
Toronto based
comic book series that Jason
both writes and
draws. It has
been part of the
syllabus in the
Graphic Novel
course at the
U. of Toronto &
York University
.
He's conducted
lectures and
workshops
about his craft,
at those &
other institutes,
and now for
AAST.





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