Kev F Sutherland Hosts Free Comic Book Art Masterclasses on Wednesday
Kef F Sutherland, is a true renaissance man of British comics. He has written and drawn comics, including Doctor Strange, Star Trek, Ghost Rider, Red Dwarf, Doctor Who and Gladiators. He created comics for Viz Comics, Phoenix and The Beano, was a writer/artist on Bash Street Adventures and writer of banana man. Et en confinement, has created and published three graphic novels that translate the works of william shakespeare in the events and landscape of Britain in the seventies. It held comics conventions, with its Bristol shows taking over in the national UK comics landscape of the UKCACs. He has also created stage shows and television shows such as The Sit-Com Trials on ITV. And he leads the most intense participatory courses on the creation of comics for children and adults. In terms of presentation and readiness, it is more easily comparable to jonathan ross – but a Jonathan Ross who can draw.
And now Kev F says he has two free masterclasses in the art of comics coming on Wednesday, March 3, for Will Eisner Week, courtesy of Renfrewshire Libraries, aimed at 12 year olds and less.
The first takes place on Wednesday, March 3 at 10 a.m. GMT, 5 a.m. ET, and 2 a.m. PT. The second is slightly more achievable for our Colonial cousins, at 2pm GMT, 9am ET, and 6am PT.
At the end of Kev’s workshops, the group will have produced a comic containing a comic of each participant! The only materials needed are a few sheets of A4 paper and a pencil. A rubber, a ruler and a black felt tip would be useful but not essential. This workshop will last 2 hours and will take place on Zoom. This workshop is recommended for children from 8 to 12 years old.
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