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World Making in Visual Story Telling

Delivered by Jonathan Chandler and Joseph P Kelly

Venue: Bonington building, NTU City site

 

How do artists and writers create the worlds their characters and stories exist in?

This workshop will introduce you to the creative process behind creating stories and world building. Looking at the representation of ideas through symbols, signifiers and visual storytelling, this workshop will include idea generation, with a focus on using small ideas and starting points to build working, believable environments and situations with examples and reference from relevant comics, art & film. Through writing and drawing you will explore the representation of ideas through style, composition, visual clues and colour.

Participants will work with each other and as individuals to create or develop their ideas, incorporating the structure and clichés of traditional comics and story telling, before developing their own unique take on narrative illustration – perhaps an entire story in one illustration or a tale that unfolds over a twenty panel comic page.

About Jonathan and Joseph
Jonathan has been described by innovative micro-publishers Breakdown Press as the most isolated cartoonist working in the UK today. Catch this rare opportunity to work with the author of small-press gems ‘Johns Worth’ (Landfill Editions) and Another Blue World (Breakdown Press).

Joseph is a multi-talented graphic artist and educator currently working on PayWall – a full-length graphic story set in a detailed post-flood future, the first instalment of which will be published by Landfill Editions Autumn 2016.

Materials: please bring your preferred writing and drawing tools and materials.
Suitable for people aged 14+

www.josephpkelly.com
www.jonathanchandler.tumblr.com

This workshop is in association with the exhibition Mould Map 6  – Terraformers.

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