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May 31st, 2007 #1
*** Art Out Loud 5! ***
Wow, already that time again...
ART OUT LOUD 5!
Hard to believe that what started out as an improv painting jam turned into this. This will be our 5th event, and hopefully the best yet.
This demo will focus exclusively on COMIC ART.
Artists Klaus Janson, Paolo Rivera, and Mike Oeming will be demonstrating their techniques simultaneously, in front of a live audience.
They will focus on drawing, painting, and inking, as well as the "in and outs" of the comic industry.
As if that wasn't enough, attendees will have a chance to see if they've got what it takes to make it is this business.
Marvel Comics, and DC Comics will both be in attendance accepting portfolios for submission and review!
*Please note, this review is for attendees ONLY and is not open to the public*
The event is: SATURDAY, JUNE 30TH 12-4PM
To be held at: The Society of Illustrators, NYC, 128 E.63rd ST.
Seating is limited, and tickets will be sold on a first come - first serve basis.
All previous Art Out Louds have sold out, so I implore you buy your tickets early.
Once they are gone, there is nothing I can do.
All you have to do is call the Society of Illustrators at 212.838.2560,
or mail/fax the form below to the Society:
As usual, these events are focused toward students, and the price reflects it.
Just $25 for students with a valid school I.D.
All other non-members of the Society are $35 each.
We hope to see you there!
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May 31st, 2007 #2
About The Artists:
Klaus has been working in comics for over 30 years, most notably on Daredevil and Batman:The Dark Knight Returns.
Klaus has literally written the book on how to draw comics. His DC guides to Penciling/Inking are staples in the industry.
Currently a teacher a the School of Visual Arts, Klaus is sure to be as informative as they get!
He may be young, but Paolo has no shortage of talent.
Best know for his Mythos series for Marvel comics, Paolo does what few other artists can.
Working in tradition mediums such as gouache and oils, he paints entire issues front to back.
His knack for realism, and knowledge of color theory is enough to make the most seasoned of pros jealous!
Best know for POWERS, Mike is one of the few comic artists whose work goes beyond the drawing table.
Not only has his art graced the pages of comics such as Judge Dredd and B.P.R.D., but he also has written issues of Thor, Ares, and Red Sonja.
His unique style of art and storytelling are beautifully realized in his current creator-owned comic Cross Bronx.
A personal favorite, Mike is sure to please the crowd.
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One week left.
Now is the time to get those tickets if you haven't already!
June 22nd, 2007 #10
I reserved mine today. see y'all there!
June 23rd, 2007 #11
Damn...why does everything have to be in NYC? Shit, I really want to meet Mike Oeming...I love Powers! Damn...this is most depressing! Maybe bumskee will pay my way...
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See you all tomorrow!
June 30th, 2007 #14
Thanks to Irene and Dan for making this happen, and of course the great artists, it was a real treat and great to meet everyone and new people again! (huh?)
I mostly hung around Paolo Rivera's easel as he propagated for the virtues of Arcylagouache and kindly answered my questions. He was a great guy, and even brought his little sculpts he does to check lighting and consistency.
Cant wait for the next one! (fingers crossed)
July 1st, 2007 #15
Oh man... WHAT a GREAT time. Tim, nice pics man, great meeting you. Yea, most of my pics are one sided as well, but hell... how can you pull yourself away from Paolo's easel (masonite). Great guy, and very generous with his magic (it's actually not a brush, it's just a furry wand). No pun intended Mike Oeming So here's my contribution to the pics
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I MiSSeD IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
July 2nd, 2007 #17
oh wow, nice small group, wish I could have made it there.
thanks for the pics!
July 2nd, 2007 #18
So depressing...Anyone got any pics of Oeming's work? That's the guy I wanted to go and see but alas...going across country for 2 days isn't in my budget
July 2nd, 2007 #19
That looks amazingly fun and informative. I /love/ watching artists work - it teaches /so/ much!
So someone did digital painting? Awesome =)
“It is enough that we set out to mold the motley stuff of life into some form of our own choosing; when we do, the performance is itself the wage.”
"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. He to whom the emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause and stand wrapped in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed." ~Albert Einstein
July 3rd, 2007 #20
Thanks to Paolo, Mike and Klaus for donating their time and skill, Irene and Dan for making all this happen and for dinner, Rusty for finally opening the door and for giving me that shot of espresso that gave me the energy to actually be useful, and to James, Scott and Tiff for helping me lug all them heavy tables.
here are my pics:
July 3rd, 2007 #21
Ha! I see Scott in checkered shirt... I didn't see his photo for so long... How come you didn't take any photo of Tiffany, Arkady? I think she deserved something for carrying those heavy tables back and forward... nice to see familiar faces.. although I recognize only three people . Thanks for posting photos... always a treat to see the event in pictures.
OMG, Scott, is it you watching the thread? How are you doing? .
July 3rd, 2007 #22
janson and rivery... fuck it! why do i have to live in germany....
July 5th, 2007 #23
I'm so envious, having those three in the same room must have made so much energy. I got to meet Rivera at the NYC Comic Con, and he was just crankin'! It was really cool watching him work on pin-ups, I can only imagine the sequentials. Thanks for sharing the photos guys, simply amazing!
July 6th, 2007 #24