Comic Art for kids

THAT STORY WON’T BRING ITSELF TO LIFE

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Latest Comic Art update – 23 Nov 2020

2020 BRANDING comic art - three kids

Making art accessible by 

  • simplifying and providing instruction on how to draw
  • providing a safe space for everyone
  • using minimal and affordable materials

Comic Art lessons

  • including how to draw faces, bodies, food, flowers, a dragon, a star (to many to list here)
  • opportunity for kids develop their own stories or single panel drawings using what they have learnt or their own creations
  • a little different each term as kids have a say about what they want to do

Knowing how to draw is not something that people are born or gifted with, but requires skills and practice. A LOT of practice. Comic art seeks to make that realisation within the child.

The dream is to catch the thought “I’m no good at” before a child believes it to be true. I have no desire to make anyone an artist. That love for drawing comes from deep within, and not something I can control nor want to. However that negative self talk (“no good at”) can block a child from seeing their love (regardless of what their love is). Learning the skills (my part) with lots of practice (their part) I hope will confront that self talk and kick its butt.  

Dina Theodoropoulos