Cartoonist and Comics Journal columnist Frank Santoro is about to start the second of his correspondence courses, with a deadline for applications of May 30th. Complete details here. You might know Frank from his books Cold Heat and Storeyville, or more recent turns in Sammy Harkham’s anthology series Kramer’s Ergot. Frank’s approach to comics-making is one of the more unique ones I’ve seen, rooted in old school printing techniques and renaissance-era “golden ratio” -type harmonic compositions, and increasingly based less on black lines and more on building colors in layers.
Frank Santoro would like you to know that applications for his comics correspondence course are due by this Friday, and that class begins next week. Dave Lapp provides a sneak peak at his contribution to Toronto Draws Tintin. not ... Read Post
Frank Santoro is firing up another round of his correspondence course. Deadline for the limited number of spaces is May 30. Those classes are a force for good in the world. The comics world, anyway. Jason Thompson is a super-reliab... Read Post
In a must-read feature for comics artists and graphic designers both aspiring and professional, cartoonist Frank Santoro details the basic panel grids available to comic book illustrators around the world. The "Cold Heat" creator an... Read Post