The FSW will be doing a one week summer camp workshop this July. There will be a couple of more this summer, but this is the first one booked and currently taking registrations.
There are only a couple of spots left! See below for registration instructions.
I announced the Floating Shape Workshop a couple of months ago. It is a mobile version of the animation workshop I started teaching this year. I plan on bringing the workshop to other summer camps, libraries, and various other children's events/activities.
July's workshop should be a fun one, as it will take place at my good friend Tara's awesome shop/craft studio space, where I have done a couple of book reading events. Please check out the FSW tab located above on this website for a full description ... as a reminder, the workshop is recommended for children in a roughly 7-14 age range.
Floating Shape Workshop at Robot Inside / July 24-28.
Registration: Visit Robot Inside's Summer Camp page, scroll down to the camp labeled "ANIMATION WORKSHOP". Located there is a Paypal "Buy Now" icon. The registration cost covers all materials and supplies.
Thanks and perhaps I'll see you and/or a young one in your life there!
Here are a couple of drawings for a short story / mini-comic that I submitted for Hobart Pulp's 2017 Baseball Annual. It didn't make it, but the editor seemed to like it, and it was a lot of fun to make. It was based off of an otherwise forgettable, irrelevant game I attended in 2010, when Akinori Iwamura hit a shallow fly to center that the opposing center fielder lost in the ballpark's lights. It sent my friend and I into a mental conundrum about baseball scoring policies when Iwamura made it to third and it was officially ruled a "triple". Ironically, as I was in the middle of making it, I saw the news that Iwamura had just announced his retirement from baseball.
I had a blast at yesterday's special Earth Day reading of Tunnel-Ball. The duo dry erase/chalkboard easel (typically used in the animation workshop) was a nice touch that I plan to keep using in the future. It was great to get to utilize my silly book about a baseball team from Earth for a greater good. Afterwards, I got to do some request drawings for the young ones while they made their own seed paper, courtesy of Cincinnati artist-crafter Annie Roth. Thank you to pal Tara at Robot Inside for putting this one and for their week-long Earth Day festivities.