Super hero or villain, how can you tell? Did you know that certain shapes evoke different visual messages? For example, triangles are mainly the base for villain designs, circles are typically the basis for sweet, soft, fluffy, kind characters, and squares are geared for more reserved and serious types. Learn about superheroes and villains – and how to draw them. Discover how to develop your very own characters from your imagination, either from an original drawing or by creating a story about the character. Following a step-by-step process, you will learn how to develop your very own hero and villain, determine how they depend on each other to make them who they are, and either develop a short comic strip or your very own original comic book.
All K-12 and Pre-College students are required to complete and return a K-12 and Precollege Mandatory Forms Packet prior to admittance into the classroom. Students will not be permitted to attend without this.