How to Colour Comics Digitally (Supported by Lenovo)

How to Colour Comics Digitally (Supported by Lenovo) by Association for Comic Artist Singapore (ACAS).

This hands-on workshop will teach participants how to COLOUR & SHADE comic & manga images in the fastest way possible! Utilising a technique developed by ACAS president, Jerry 'Judge' Hinds, it shows in particular how dynamic shading & lighting need not require time consuming and difficult aspects of colour paint mixing.

The workshop is ideal for anyone interested in digital illustration, and those who are keen to generate striking images via a very quick and precise learnable methodology.

Suitable for age 10 and above. Supported by Lenovo.

About Jerry Hinds

Born in Reading, UK (1964), Jerry is a British national who has been living in Singapore since 1997. He has spent over 30 years in the design, marketing and advertising industry, working as a Creative Director, Art Director and Chief Copywriter. He has written, directed and designed award winning 3D animations, and worked with ex-Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief, Tom DeFalco (Marvel's longest running Spider-Man writer) on his own Singapore born super heroin creation, Singapore Sling.

2006 saw Jerry become President of the Association of Comic Artists (Singapore) (ACAS), and also establish the independent publishing house, Nice One Entertainment. He published Singapore's first allcolour USA format comicbook, Get Carter! In recent years he has worked with the Media Development Authority of Singapore to mentor, edit and publish the work of young local talent. As a result, two graphic novel anthologies, under The First Time Writers and Illustrators Publishing Initiative - Graphic Novel category, were launched. Recent publications have been escalated for world markets by US based publisher, Caliber Comics.

Jerry and ACAS are currently working on a range of books with the Singapore National Arts Council (NAC), as well as enjoying a third term residency at Goodman Arts Centre (GAC). He has taught comics and visual storytelling throughout much of Singapore within schools and varied educational establishments. Clients include: Ministry of Education (overseeing the program for schools' national curriculum), Raffles Institute, National University of Singapore (CAP), St Joseph's Institute, Dunman High School, St Joseph's Convent School, and many more.

The Association also embarks on numerous commercial commissions. Clients include:VISA, P&G, Accenture, NTUC Fairprice, Duke NUS and many more.
Sat Jun 22, 2019
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM SGT
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Session 1: 11am–12.30pm FULL
Session 2: 1.30pm–3pm FULL
Session 3: 3.30pm–5pm FULL
Venue Address
90 Goodman Road Singapore
Goodman Arts Centre