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Sunday, July 20, 2008

Young at heart? Keep your kid crazes alive by studying comics and cartoons in college!

The School of visual Arts in New York started out as a training ground for cartoonists and illustrators way back in the 40's when cartooning was only starting to emerge (ask your grandparents about how superman and batman used to look like back then!). Studying cartooning here introduces you to the experts from DC Comics, like legendary Carmine Infantino, who created the very first Batgirl comics. You start out learning about techniques the classic catoonists used in the beginning - studying different superheroes and learning how good and evil always battle it out netween the covers of each comic book. As you advance, you'll learn more modern styles and even Japanese inspired manga/anime trends. You not only learn the ABCs of drawing, composition and design, you also learn how to develop a story and how to keep comic experts and fanatics interested in your comic book!



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