Comic Book Printing and Publishing
Get your comic stories published in an actual comic book magazine, to be read by thousands of readers! Students will plan out their stories and characters, going through the whole process of planning, penciling, lettering, and inking on paper. The final part of coloring and editing their work would be done on the computer to give their comic a more professional look. Comics will then be printed at a professional offset printer sometime in August. Students would then receive a box of 30+ comic books (featuring comics made by the whole class), which would arrive sometime in September/October. Other copies would be distributed to schools and comic books stores for other children to read.
Visit www.dir.raytoons.net to see the Raytoons comic distribution list. Questions? Or interested in a copy of last year’s College For Kids comic? Email Raymond, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please install Zoom on the same device as the art software being used. That way the instructor will be able to see what the student is doing and be able to help the student if he or she is having any difficulties. If Photoshop isn’t an option for you, here is a link to other possibilities: https://wp-modula.com/free-photoshop-alternatives . A Photoshop alternative that I would recommend is called Photopea, which in online-based, and can be found here: https://www.photopea.com
The instructor has some class materials, if you need them. Feel free to email Ray or visit his online store (www.store.raytoons.net) . Items are available for shipment or pick up.
OFFERED: Session I and Session II
FEE: $150 + $45 materials fee (includes printing and shipping of completed comics)
|Required Materials||Optional Materials|
TIME: 9:30 - 11:20am
MODE OF DELIVERY: Live Remote Instruction using Zoom and Google Classroom
- REQUIRED: Gmail account
|Meet the instructor|
|INSTRUCTOR: Raymond Mullikin is a Cartoonist, Animator and Credentialed Teacher. He has published cartoons in books, magazines, newspapers, and e-cards. He is the creator of the "Jonathin Quackup" Comic Book Series for Raytoons Comics.|