Learn a lot. Challenge yourself. Create a lot.
A visual storytelling "unconference", featuring a new hands-on workshop or presentation every day!
If you're looking to fill your brain with helpful, inspiring, entertaining, and informative content, join us for 30 Classes in 30 Days November 2011.
30 Classes in 30 Days is
- a wildly fun action packed event
- a creative class every day for the month of November
- a chance to connect with awesomely inspiring teaching artists
- a splash of an event to launch and announce Lean Into Art to the world - be a part of history!
- 10 Live workshops + 15 Time shifted (on-demand download + forum discussion) workshops + 5 Labs/Round Tables = 30 Classes (based on your chosen Package)
A preview of the live Writing With Images workshop
Lean into Art Deans: Jerzy Drozd and Rob Stenzinger Discuss 30 Classes (while using Adobe Connect).
Preliminary List of Topics
See the 30 Classes in 30 Days Event Calendar for the current schedule.
- Character design
- Comics storytelling
- Storytelling theory
- Digital illustration (Photoshop, Manga Studio, Illustrator, Sketchbook Pro)
- Optimizing creative workflow
- Video game writing/design
- Developing creative activities at home
Announced Scheduled Workshops
- Comics Fundamentals (4-Part Workshop Series)
- Creating Crazy Characters! (4-Part Workshop Series)
- Foundations of Dynamic Linework
- Creating Compelling Characters
- Coloring with Adobe Photoshop Elements
- Lettering with Adobe Illustrator
- An Introduction to the Super Rad World of Color
- Who Needs Art Anyway? The Role of Creativity in Child Development
- Turning Jokes Into Comics: Laughing Yeti Monkey Spaghetti
- Storytelling to Make Your Comic's UI Awesome
- Making Videogames From Comics
- The Dramaturgy of Silly
- Digitally Organic Art
Preliminary List of Instructors
- Jerzy Drozd: Comics Fundamentals, Comic Lettering, Comic Coloring
- Rob Stenzinger: Storytelling and UI Design, Jokes to Comics, Comics as basis to design Videogames
- Kevin Cross: Color Theory
- Brandon Dayton: Line Work Theory
- Kim Holm: Digital Painting/Drama and Humor
- Tyler James: Writing Characters
- Krishna Sadasivam: Character Design/Digital Workflows
- Kate Shields Stenzinger: Creative Families