A new mural has just been unveiled in the Illustration Wing of Trafalgar Campus. Crossing Paths is the collaborative effort of illustration students Jude Labuca, Sadie Marfisi, Natalie Nehlawi Kimberlyn Porter, and Bailie Rosenlund under the supervision and guidance of Illustration faculty Joe Morse and Ted Zourntos.
Learn from leaders in animation education and let them help you produce a competitive portfolio and enhance your drawing skills. The workshop includes four modules: Life Drawing, Perspective Drawing, Character Design, and Storyboarding. Week 1: Life Drawing | July 7-10 Topics include: basic human anatomy, proportion, silhouette, positive and negative space, overlapping forms, perspective in the figure, movement, gesture, form, solidity and line quality. Instructor: Mark Thurman Over a 40-year career, Mark Thurman has written and illustrated 20 books and designed and illustrated more than 25 books for other authors. As an author/ illustrator, he’s toured Canada extensively, sharing his stories and ideas with children and teachers in hundreds of schools. Week 2: Perspective Drawing | July 14-17 Topics include: geometric forms (cubes, cylinders and spheres), drawing through objects, one point and two point perspective and composition. Instructor: Scott Caple Scott Caple has been working in the animation… Read More