Three of Flight's artists, Kazu Kibuishi, Richard Pose, Israel Sanchez (and possibly one or more last-minute artist) will talk about graphic novels, from the process of making a comics, to assembling an anthology, to breaking into the business with a graphic novel proposal, and more. The event is FREE and opened to the public. It's this Friday (March 14) at 7pm in VA-113, off Arts Drive, on the California State University Fullerton campus (map
). The largest university club, the Pencil Mileage Club, regrouping students of animation, illustration, and sequential art, are organizing this great talk, followed by a book signing by all three artists. Books may be available for sale. Don't hesitate to bring your own copies of Amulet, Flight, Daisy Kutter, Nick Mag, and any other books by these artists.
needs no introduction on this forum, but he's a wealth of info about this art form and trade having founded and edited Flight for several years, and authored Amulet (Scholastic) and Daisy Kutter (Viper Comics), so his insights will help any aspiring comic artist.
's love for comics goes back to his childhood. His first story appeared in Flight vol. 2, and his latest, a 44-pager, will appear in vol. 5 (coming out Summer 2008). He presently works as a storyboard artist and animator at Titmouse studios in Hollywood, CA.
has had his comics published in several Flight volumes, in Nickelodeon Magazine, and more. His signature wordless stories have become well-known for their wit and cross-appeal to different age groups. His art has appeared in many California art galleries.
Meet them all this FRIDAY!