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Draw It Out 

Wednesday, Feb 6 2008
Are you so bad at art that you have trouble drawing a bath? The Cartoon Art Museum is ready to assist with the workshop "I can’t draw!" Cartoon Basics for Grown-Ups, also known as "Take the Job at the Photo Booth Already." The class is the latest entry in the museum's popular workshop series for aspiring comic artists, and it's a great way to get you making comics without all the childhood angst that typically accompanies it. The class is taught by Brian Kolm, creator of the comic book series Beyond the Great Chimney. He's been giving lessons at Zeum, the Charles M. Schulz Museum, and his house for years. (Catch his work at, and visit him at the Atomic Bear Press booth at Wondercon later this month.) It should be a hoot; according to the description, it covers the "FUN-damentals."
Sat., Feb. 9, 1 p.m., 2008

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