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Ink Outside the Box! How to Make a Comic Book
Ink Outside the Box! How to Make a Comic Book
Jon Chad
Share your story through comics! In this interactive class, cartoonist Jon Chad shows you the ins and outs of making a comic book.
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Use easy, effective techniques to draw believable human and animal characters with page-turning personality.
Lynne  Chapman
Lynne Chapman
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Get in the kitchen with Jasmine, Season 5 winner on the hit FOX series "MasterChef Junior." You’ll soon be making your own delightful desserts!
Jasmine  S.
Jasmine S.
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In this sewing and design class, talented teen-designer Ruby Mac empowers kids to take their first steps into the world of fashion. From customizing clothes to designing a collection to sewing a simple skirt, Ruby shows you how fun and easy it is to express yourself through style!
Ruby Mac
Ruby Mac

Join the discussion! While your instructor may choose to chime in, this space is intended as a maker-to-maker forum.

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Ink Outside the Box! How to Make a Comic Book