Creating Graphic Novels ART 9077


Our Creating Graphic Novels course is a comprehensive course that takes you through all of the stages of graphic novel development, from concept to completion. This graphic novel course brings a strong written component together with the visual design of characters and execution of final artwork. Choose to complete your work through digital media or traditional media. Take part in illustrated lectures, demonstrations, and one-on-one reviews of your work.


You must submit a portfolio of work to the teacher or you must have completed two of the following courses: ART 9004 Cartooning 1, ART 9005 Cartooning 2, ART 9019 Cartooning 3, ART 9079 Life Drawing for the Illustrator, ART 9046 Children's Book Illustration (Online), or ART 9000 Illustration (Online).

Additional Information

Course Essentials:

You must have your own supplies. The teacher will provide details during the first class.

Hours and Fees





Course Sections

There are no classes currently scheduled for this course; however, check back soon to see if we have developed additional schedules.
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