Learning to draw can be complex and incredibly confusing and frustrating. And to make matters worse, so much instruction seems to be designed not so much with the goal of understanding, but just to impress with overly complex and overblown art speak. I want this to be a place for you to find the answers you need in clear, direct, and actionable lessons. It’s the way I learned, and the way I’ve taught for years. I’m a working artist, and it’s my goal to give you the skills you need to become one too.
take the first step toward comic art mastery
My courses are designed to teach you the skills you need to start doing professional quality comic art, fast, and without hours of useless theory. These are hands on, step by step lesson based courses that you can follow along with. This is real, practical art education that you can do at your own pace.
Most frequent questions and answers
I draw my comic pages on Strathmore 200 series smooth Bristol board. My pencil is a lead holder with 2h lead, along with a lead pointer. I use a white eraser, and a kneaded eraser. For inking, I use an 0.1 micorn, a Tombow hard tip pen (it’s not hard, but just stiffer than the other one), and a pentel brush pen. I use Posca white pens for corrections.
I’m always happy to do interviews, and talk about collaborations. Just reach out with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have a full list right now, and I’ll be sure to update when that changes. You can also inqure through comicsketchart.com
I truly wish that I could look at everyone’s work, and offer feedback, but I just don’t have the resources to be able to do that right now.
I’m in the process of creating a Facebook member page that you can post your work to and get drawovers and critiques!
I want you to be 100% happy with your purchase of my courses or downloadable content. If you would like a refund for any reason, just contact me within 30 days of purchase, and I’ll give you a full refund!