Comics Writer Paul Storrie at Comic Artists Forum

Sunday, March 4 | 1:00-3:30 PM | Downtown 4th Floor Meeting Room

Comics writer Paul Storrie will talk about the importance of clearly conveying to the artists, letterers, & colorists what you want to see on the finished page so their already Herculean task isn't any harder than it has to be.

Beyond the basics of formatting and terminology for comic book scripting, Paul will also cover some of the most common mistakes made and how to avoid them.

Paul is the writer of the Twisted Journeys graphic novels that lets the reader control the story. He also is the writer of a number of heroic tales like Yu the Great: Conquering the Flood a Chinese legend.

Join the Forum to get fresh ideas for your next comics or graphic novel creation. Drawing supplies will be provided, so drop in to draw, learn, share, and network with other cartoonists.

This program is for teens (grades 6-12) and adults.

Comments

I'm out of town and super sorry to miss this talk. Hoping it will be videotaped and posted?


It's great that you can bring in local writers like Paul Storrie. I hope he can return for more forums.


Thanks for your interest in Paul's presentation. In answer to your question, no, this presentation was not videotaped. However, I have extra handouts from the session and will be happy to share them at the next Comics Artists Forum on Sunday, April 1st (no fooling!) in the 4th floor meeting.

In the meantime you can catch Paul with host Jerzy Drozd on Comics Are Great live podcasts-next live airing Wednesday, March 7 (12:30-1:30 p.m.) at comicsaregreat.tv or a day or so afterwards at comics.aadl.org.


Thanks for your comments. We are fortunate to have such talented comics creators in our area. Paul's presentation on comics writing was most enlightening. I'm sure we'll tap him again in the future.