Using Improv to Fuel Your Comics: Creating Funny Webcomics | Ryan Hudson | Skillshare

Using Improv to Fuel Your Comics: Creating Funny Webcomics

Ryan Hudson, Cartoonist at Channelate.com

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5 Videos (13m)
    • Introduction

      1:18
    • Your Speed Exercise

      0:28
    • How Panel Comics Work

      1:44
    • Words: Writing the Jokes

      6:44
    • Art: Finalizing the Comic

      3:01

About This Class

Get more spontaneity into your comics! Join Ryan Hudson — creator of Channelate and writer/animator for The Cyanide and Happiness Show — to learn his panel-by-panel process for making a comic funny and making a punchline hit. This 15-minute class is perfect for everyone interested in webcomics, humor, and how cartoons come to life. Artists, illustrators, writers, and comedians of all skill levels welcome! By the end, you'll create your own 10 warm-up comics to help you craft a perfect joke.

Interested in webcomics? Check out all the webcomics classes live on Skillshare here, and stay tuned for more to come!

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Ryan Hudson

Cartoonist at Channelate.com

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