Join visual artist and writer Mohammed Z. Rahman in this low-stakes, playful workshop exploring sequential storytelling and how to construct your own narratives when drawing comics, zines, and graphic novels.
Across the two hours, Mohammed will guide us through a number of writing and drawing exercises designed to gently interrogate how we can play with ideas of time and pace when planning drawn sequences and building storyboards. They will also share some of their own work and an insight into some of the artists who inspire it.
Diving into ideation, collective narrative building, stream-of-consciousness writing, frame rates, punchlines, and different scales and compositions, this session is geared towards introducing you to a broad range of storytelling and narrative techniques that you can take away with you and continue experimenting with!
This workshop is open to all abilities and levels of experience. All materials are provided
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