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🎨Anime and Manga Drawing Workshop taught by me
in Elk Grove, CA, Saturday March 10th, 09:30 AM - 12:30 PM.
(With enough regular attendance, we can transfer into a full-fledged multi-session course!)



The date in this video is from a past Workshop. The date for this semester is Saturday, March 10th! 


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We will focus mostly on character design and creating a short comic strip in this one-day 3-hour workshop. If we can become a full-fledged course, I can cover much more technique and skills at a deeper level, including color illustrations. I hope to see you there! If not, keep a look out for more offerings in future semesters with the free newsletter.




The workshop is limited to 10 students on a first-come-first-serve basis! If three or more do not sign up, the workshop will be canceled for this semester. Hopefully this will not happen!

If you do not meet the age requirement and are interested, talk to Therese Schultz, Project Implementor for EGACE Always Learning programs. The age requirement is due to my pre-credentials position, not for content.

If you have trouble procuring supplies, please let me know and I will work with you to find a solution. ^^ Supplies should not be a barrier to your art nor education.

For disabilities-related modifications or accommodations, please call (916) 686-7717 at least 48 hours before ahead of time so that we may make every reasonable effort to accommodate you. If you have an observation of a possible barrier to access or a complaint about access, please contact the district's ADA Coordinator.[Government Code Section 54953.2; Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 202 (42 U.S.C. Section 12132), (42 U.S.C. Section 12132, Section 35.106)]. 




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This Saturday in Elk Grove, CA by NasikaSakura

I also guest-teach units in linear drawing in all of the Williams drawing classes, as well as using colored pencils when the drawing and sketching with color course is offered. :meow: 

I hope to see you in a future course!



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Nine-Tailed-Fox Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2018  Professional Artist
This seems like fun :la: I'll try to see if I can register this week~
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NasikaSakura Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2018  Professional General Artist
Thank you so much for your interest, dear! ^^ I hope to see you there. I truly enjoy teaching this class and seeing all the creative work students being in. 
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Nine-Tailed-Fox Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2018  Professional Artist
Good news is that my principal gave me the ok to go and was excited to see what I learned from it; bad news is that I've been sick all weekend and am home from work right now so I couldn't go :( We're you able to hold it?  And will there be other chances?
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NasikaSakura Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2018  Professional General Artist
Hopefully in August we will have it again. It was canceled this semester due to too low attendance, unfortunately. We had a lot of attendance last August however. Summer seems to fair better for this workshop likely due to most young people who are interested being less occupied with school.

The Workshop is always held on a Saturday. May I ask why you needed your principal's permission to attend? This would be good to account for with future Workshops and courses.
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Nine-Tailed-Fox Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2018  Professional Artist
Sorry to hear, but happy to know I'll have another chance :D My students aren't really near the Elk Grove area, but I'll be sure to let them know about this for the summer class~

I didn't NEED the permission, but I got the permission because they'd cover the cost and it'd count as professional development for my BTSA (Beginning Teacher Support & Assessment) hours :) It'd also help me with attempting to receive professional development stipends at the end of this school year~
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NasikaSakura Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2018  Professional General Artist
Ah, nicely done! Let me know exactly what you're hoping to get from the workshop then and I shall try to adjust to help accommodate that. :D It is a very fast environment within the three hours with a range of skill levels and interests, so adaption is key. Teaching is always a working progress. 
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Nine-Tailed-Fox Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2018  Professional Artist
I'm honestly just excited to see someone teaching anime/manga, since all of my own teachers throughout my life were old and scoffed at the style.  I have a lot of students who love it, so I'm eager to eventually incorporate it into my curriculum :D
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NasikaSakura Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2018  Professional General Artist
I've had the same experience. Gladly, I 've been able to change some of my teachers' and professors' minds over the years. One of them literally choked when a few months after he said anime art was shit and I'd never get a job with it and I told him I was approached to teach the workshop. It was so fulfilling. Hehehe
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NasikaSakura Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2018  Professional General Artist
Ah, that would be wonderful!
You'll enjoy the part about style versus canon then. ;) If you would like, I could provide you with a copy of the slides to use in your class if you are interested after the workshop. I'll also provide information on additional resources. You'll probably want to look into Scott McCloud's Understanding Comics. It's also used as a college and university text book on visual storytelling. I highly recommend it. It provides brief context on stylistic differences in the storytelling format specific to Japanese manga, but talks about comics in a worldly all-encompassing sense. It is very popular so you might be able to procure it for free from a local library.
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