Updated March 25, 2020
First and foremost, we hope everyone continues to stay safe, healthy, and wise. Until further notice, Create Your Own Comic Book with Teacher Noah will be ONLINE at the same time, Mondays, 4 pm - 6 pm.
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Calling all young storytellers.
Ever wanted to draw your own character but couldn't get what was in your head onto the page? In How to Create Your Own Comic Book, we will explore how the pros in the animation industry create such fun characters and how you can design your own! In 8 weeks, we'll cover drawing concept art, design, storytelling, and more!
The Creative Talent Network Presents
Create Your Own Comic Book with TEACHER NOAH
March 2, 2020 - April 20, 2020
8 Weeks, Every Monday
4 pm - 6 pm
Instructor: Noah Fontana
Open to ages 8 and up. Tweens and Teens.
Skill Prerequisite: Beginner - Intermediate
Supplies included along with:
(1) 3-Day Exhibit Floor Only Passport for CTNX 2020.
A surprise gift for the budding storyteller.
NOTE: Previous students of Teacher Noah receive a 50% rebate after signing up.
847 N. Hollywood Way, Suite 100
Burbank, CA 91505
NOAH FONTANA is an ex-animator, illustrator, story artist, and character designer for studios such as:
DreamWorks TV, FOX's ADHD, and Netflix. He's since shifted his artistic pursuits to art therapy and the use of art to help simplify and make sense of life for others. This is a driving force for his workshop Create Your Own Comic Book as it aims to help others find their passions and calling. As well, during this transition from the animation industry, Noah has been teaching comic book making classes for the past 3 years, honing the process to get it to the streamlined place it is today. He currently makes his living art therapy instructing, freelance illustrating, and teaching.