The art of comic book making tends to be a technical and highly intricate process. Sure, anyone can attack the construction of a comic book with reckless abandon, but quality comics, more often than not, come from those artists with the ability and wherewithal to really know what they're doing. The Rochester Brainery's Comics for Beginners class, taught by local comic book artist Justin Hubbell, is teaching hopefuls the foundations and basics necessary to create some great work. A lecture on the tools and techniques used by comic book artists will be backed up by a hands-on workshop, so anyone looking to dive into the world of comic book making should look no further.
Comics for Beginners will take place Sunday, August 24, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Rochester Brainery (247 North Goodman Street.) Admission is $16. For more information, visit rochesterbrainery.com.