Do you have the occasional bouts when your hand just itches to take that pen and draw? Do you have images in your head you wish to translate to canvas? Or do you simply want to personalize that cloth bag of yours that everyone else seem to be carrying as well?! Listen up if you uttered ‘yes’ to any of the above!
THE WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY!
Noise Singapore and Bear Fruit jointly present ‘Illustrate with Wonton Doodle!” – a 4-part workshop series by illustrator Wanton Doodle (http://wantondoodle.com). With a great flair for the whimsical, Wanton Doodle’s creations breathe life into quirky cartoon characters inspired by Japanese manga. Illustrations of his wildly imaginative dreamscapes can be found on non-conventional materials such as apparels, various canvases, vinyl toys and skateboard decks. Learn illustration techniques and practical application in this series, and develop an illustration project on various canvases and mediums by the end of the four sessions.
Session 1: Illustration Styles – Opportunities for Expansive Artwork
– Traditional versus Digital Illustration
– Designing with the end in mind
Session 2: Lucid and Memorable Copy – A Smile in the World
– Non-verbal communication to develop strong and high impact copy
– Gaining mindshare through unique selling point
Session 3: Practical Application and Treatment Techniques
– Project planning for different canvases and surfaces
– Colour theory
Session 4: Project Work for Commercial Success
– Sharing and group critique of final artwork
– Elements of a successful pitch
– Preparing a portfolio
This programme is fully sponsored by Noise Singapore and Bear Fruit, so all we’re looking for in you are:
– An interest in illustration
– Commitment to attend all four sessions
– Commitment to work on the illustration project outside course hours
– Aged between 18 and 35
DATE & VENUE
Date: 8 (Sat), 16 (Sun), 22 (Sat) & 29 (Sun) January 2011
Time: 2 – 4pm
Venue: Central Public Library 100 Victoria Street
HOW TO REGISTER?
Please send an email to email@example.com by 17 December 2010 with the subject header “Bear Fruit Illustration Workshop” and include the following details:
i. Name, NRIC, Contact number
ii. Why do you want to join this programme (in 250 words)
iii. 3 of your best illustration works in a zip file (maximum zip file size: 15 MB) – at least 1 non-commissioned work sample in your preferred style and medium
Only successful registrants will be notified.
Selected works from this programme will be showcased at the Noise Singapore platform (www.noisesingapore.com). This programme is presented by Noise Singapore and Bear Fruit Academy (an initiative of the National Library Board).