Crash Course Comics: Perspective

Gus Storms is a comic book creator/illustrator, originally graduating from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He created the sci-fi/superhero serial EGOs (published on Image comics) and has since gone on to illustrate for publishers DC Comics, Image Comics, Black Mask, Soul Temple Records and Aftershock. He’s illustrated for companies such as Radisson Hotels and Sony Pictures and has been featured in the genre-art publications Spectrum and Fantasy+. A recent transplant to Seattle, he previously taught graduate-level comics at the New York Academy of Art.
10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
All Levels Welcome
Gage Georgetown
  • Sketchbook – any type
  • 300 series Strathmore (or equivalent) 14″ X 17″ Bristol Pad. Vellum or Plate
  • Triangle
  • Drafting Tape
  • Drafting Ruler 24’’ Clear
  • T Square, no less than 24”
  • Pencils, 4H to B
  • Colored Pencil, Non Repo-Blue
Perspective is an essential tool for representational illustration, and nowhere more so than in the field of comics. Students of all levels will get a comprehensive walkthrough of one-point, two-point and three-point perspective, as well lessons on preliminary structural drawing and constructing figures in space. For those inclined towards the comic arts, this class is recommended before taking Visual Storytelling.