Intro to Illustration

Edie Everette received a MFA from Vermont College before switching to illustration and cartooning. Her cartoons are published weekly in Seven Days: Vermont’s Independent Voice newspaper and regularly in Art Access. She has also been a contributor to Hyperallergic, Pyragraph, Third Act, 34th Parallel, and Section8 magazines as well as The Seattle Times. In 2014 she was commissioned by King County and 4Culture to create HazMatters, a comic book that explores household hazardous waste and personal responsibility.
Wednesday
8/1-8/29
1:30-4:30 P.M.
$255
All Levels Welcome
Gage Capital Hill
  • 14 x 17″ (minimum size) drawing pad, 30-60# paper weight (I like Bristol)
  • Pad of color construction paper
  • #2B drawing pencil
  • Colored pencils (I like Hardtmuth brand)
  • Ink/brush/water cups
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Kneaded eraser
  • 12″ strait edge
  • Scissors
  • Laptop (if you prefer to work digitally)
  • Ruler, 12” is fine
  • White glue or glue stick
  • Various artist pencils
 
To become an illustrator you have to think like one, and no one epitomizes the classic illustrator better than Edie Everette. Funny, acerbic and visionary, Edie’s classes are fun and teach you not only the craft of illustration, but how to bring smart concepts to light in a playful way. Class culminates in a final project.
 
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