A Jam Packed Cartoon Workshop Taught By Renowned Cartoonist Jose Delbo
The Center for Creative Education is pleased to announce a workshop designed for novice, professional and motivated artists who wish to learn more!
This workshop will provide you with basic cartooning techniques with an emphasis on personal expression in realistic and cartoon style. You will also learn body proportions, how to draw figures in motion, interpret storytelling, create superheroes and more.
Saturday, July 16th – 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Suitable for Ages 15 through Adults
About Jose Delbo (from JoseDelbo.com) : Remember the 60’s when the Beatles saved Pepperland from the Blue Meanies in the Yellow Submarine? Well, I was the cartoonist responsible for illustrating the Fab Four with Gold Key Comics does. I am an Argentinian born artist who published my first work at the age of only 16. I was inspired by the American cowboy westerns, moved to the States and began work on classics like Billy the Kid, Judge Colt and the Lone Ranger. Then in the 70’s, I brought a host of television shows to comic book form with titles such as the The Twilight Zone, The Brady Bunch, Hogan’s Heroes, Buck Rogers, The Monkees and the Mod Squad.
Back in the 80’s, long before the modern superhero dominated the big screen, I worked for the likes of DC and Marvel Comics who penciled the published adventures of Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Green Arrow, The Transformers and The Thundercats. Then in the 90’s, when the focus fell on the environment, I helped the country go green when he drew the first issues of Captain Planet and the Planeteers and Brute Force. I continued to be the go-to-guy for cartoon classics like Disney’s 101 Dalmatians, Little Mermaid and the Mighty Ducks. When the NFL needed a superhero, I drew the NFL Superpro who ran around with Spiderman fighting crime in the big city.