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Join the Chicago Comic Creators for Full Bleed: A Comic Art Showcase. This free gallery showing will feature artwork from some of the city’s best up-and-comic comic artists and writers.
Ten independent, local comic creators will be displaying artwork including pin-ups, sketches, sequential art, and comic books. All art on display will be on sale, and there’ll be a raffle featuring items that won’t be available anywhere else.
Come for the original artwork. Come for the independent comics. Or come just for a night of music, food, and free beer.
Full Bleed is hosted by the International School of Comics of Chicago, an artistic hub for those who create or consume comics and illustration.
Featured Comic Creators Include:
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How do you picture your future with the International School of Comics?
In the 3 weeks I first attended the International School of Comics, I was taught the basics of illustration by Marco Cosentino. In just that short amount of time, I was finally able to illustrate all the things I had always wanted to, and I notice my improvement in each piece that I create. By continuing my studies at the International School of Comics, I am confident that there is no limit to how much I can continue to evolve as an artist.Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)
Before I attended the International School of Comics, I had very little confidence in myself as an artist. I would try to create art through sheer will and determination, but the school helped me to see that determination alone wasn’t enough. I had to put all doubts aside and believe in myself, and mostly importantly, have fun! Art in itself is a creative hobby. If you don’t enjoy what you do, you won’t enjoy embracing an artistic career. Rather than draw a subject based on what you know about it, illustrate it by breaking it down into shapes and construct it little by little until you’ve achieved your final detailed masterpiece. It’s true that art can’t be rushed. If you jump right into it without establishing a base to work off on, you will be dooming yourself from the start. Having patience and taking your time are two key elements for any artist to have.
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