In this workshop, you will learn the practical approach in illustrating a picture book through the process of brainstorming of ideas, , rough
storyboarding and illustrating a finished piece of artwork. Key principals of picture book illustration such as character, form, color, line,
composition and developing your own style of illustration are explored.
The workshop is designed to suit students of all skill levels.
All materials are included with the workshop.
The workshop is presented by Tull Suwannakit, an award winning children’s book author and illustrator, whose books have been published in
Australia,Thailand and The US, as well as being translated in more than 6 languages worldwide. His recent book, “What Happens Next?”
published by Walker Books Australia gained positive reviews from Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Mornings Radio and Kids’ Book Review, as well
as being included as part of 2014 Australian Children’s Book Illustration Exhibition in Bologna, Italy and was short listed for 2015 Speech
Pathology Australia Book of The Year Award. His latest collaborated picture book, "Sad, The Dog" written by Sandy Fussell has been featured
in The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and The New York Times.
Saturday 24th February 6pm-930pm
PICTURE BOOK ILLUSTRATION WORKSHOP
Malvern School of Art runs monthly art workshops for adults in Picture Book Illustration and Character Design and Layout Seats are limited, so advance booking is essential. Workshops are designed to suit students of all skill levels, even beginners. All materials are provided for the workshops.
In this workshop for adults, students will learn the practical approach in developing and designing successful and memorable character for picture books, illustration, animation or comics. Bring your character to life through in-depth exploration of expressions, action poses and character turnaround.
The workshop is suitable for students of all skill levels, even beginners, as well as students who would like to further develop their character design skills.
Saturday 17th March 600pm-930pm