Screencast based on a live recording of me presenting a talk at the symposium "Drawing as Language and How Comic Artists Teach It" in Lucerne, Switzerland on April 22, 2016. In the first half I give some background about Raymond Queneau's "Exercices de style" and my own "99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style." In the second half I show work by students from a four-day workshop we had just concluded the day before.
more information at mattmadden.com and exercisesinstyle.com
Fumetto International Comics Festival: fumetto.ch
Lucerne School of Art & Design: hslu.ch
Of interest to publishers, software designers and engineers and those who care about the way comics are presented on digital platforms. Panel Nine publisher Russell Willis made a quick and dirty home video and compares the platform he created with that by Comixology, Apple and others.
Although this is clearly not an objective assessment, it should be of interest to those in the field.
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Jean Giraud (Moebius) dances with Florence Cestac to Joann Sfar's ukelele accompaniment, Napoli Comicon 2007. This was an evening event at the Swiss (I think) embassy where cartoonists played music while others drew on an overhead projector.