Friday, October 29, 2010

Colorist Day

We are proud to present Colorist Day at SCAD-Atlanta on Friday, November 5th. It will take place during the regular Temple meeting. Our guests are:
Matt Wilson (The Anchor; The End League; Thor: The Mighty Avenger; Ultimate Comics Mystery; Wolverine)
Laura Martin (Astonishing X-Men; The Ultimates; Thor; Planetary; The Authority; Ruse)

Friday, November 5th, Rm 347
Matt Wilson talk/demo 1-3pm
Laura Martin talk/demo 3:30-5:30pm

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Illustrator Dept. Airbrush Demo

Friday at about 1:30 Rick Lovell will be doing an airbrush demo in 379. SEQA Folks, go show the ILLU peeps some support. It's certain to be awe inspiring!

Shawn Crystal's ESPN Marvel Illu

Our fearless leader at SEQA-Atlanta, Professor Shawn Crystal, was one of the lucky comic artists who got to work with Marvel on the ESPN Marvel NBA Preview issue. His regular colorist on "Deadpool", the amazing John Rauch, backed him up with some gorgeous color. Check out more here. This issue is out at stands now so make sure you grab a copy!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

SCAD SEQA Student Gets Zombified!

Tune in to AMC's new "The Walking Dead" show on 10/31, and see if you can spot SCAD/Atlanta SEQA student Megan Porch shambling through post-Apocalyptic Atlanta in full-out zombie mode. That's our Meg in the upper right of the accompanying pic, definitely dressed to munch. Meg spent long hours in zombie make-up, and wouldn't reveal the ultimate fate of her ghoulish alter-ego, saying only, "You'll have to watch & see!"

Production Room Workshop

SEQA-Atlanta's very own, amazingly awesome Jackie Lewis is the new Production Room Technician for the Production Room in 368. She'll be maintaining the equipment and binding supplies in the room.

This Friday, October 29th, and next Friday, November 5th, Jackie is offering a workshop on how to work the equipment in the room. It'll start at 11:00am, and go through all of the machines, their different purposes, and the materials needed to work them. This is going to be a perfect time to get all of your questions answered about the production equipment.

- October 29th and November 5th
- Production Room 368
- 11:00 am

If you enjoy self-publishing mini-comics, ashcans, or the like, this would be absolutely ideal for you to attend! Plus, Jackie is amazingly awesome.

X-23 challenge

Irene Strychalski

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Blacksad Challenge

Nancy Olivo

Robin Holstein

Edgardo Gomez

Erin Gladstone

Julie Godwin

Irene Strychalski

Jackie Lewis

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Artists Forum 2010

The Artists Forum 2010 fast approaches. Our guests this year are:
Skottie Young
Eric Canete
Stan Sakai

Friday, October 22nd
  Workshop with Eric Canete, Room 347, 1-2:30pm.
  Panel discussion , Room 347, 4:30-6pm.
Saturday and Sunday, October 23rd and 24th
  Workshops and Portfolio Reviews, sign-up at Room 346

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Advising This Friday

Make sure you come to Advising Day this Friday!
It's very important if you want to graduate on time!

SEQA students will be advised for Winter quarter classes during the Temple meeting this Friday from 1-4pm in room 347. Please make sure you come and bring your fellow SEQA students. Remember, it is very important everyone gets advised on time so all know what to register for because if not enough people register on time courses can be canceled that you may otherwise need to graduate. That means everyone needs to come to Advising Day, be on time, and stay on top of getting registered and help their peers do the same. Failure to do so could mean not graduating on time. You can view a tentative Winter schedule to see what SEQA courses are being offered now at the bottom of the Calendar.

Once you've been advised, registration for Winter quarter will begin on Monday, Oct. 18. Below are the dates registration starts for each group. Make sure you and your peers register on time!
Graduates: Oct. 19
Seniors: Oct. 21
Juniors: Oct. 25
Sophomore: Oct. 27
Freshman: Oct. 29

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Scanning Station Etiquette

There are quite a few scanning stations across the SCAD-Atlanta campus but obviously there will be times when the demand for scanning far out weights the supply. This happens most often during midterm and finals. In order to allow everyone their fair time at scanning stations please remember the scanners are communal, respect the needs of your fellow students, and follow the SCAD Scanning Station policy. Please refer to it as needed:

Scanning stations are for making scans only.
Edit your scans on another computer.

This means you are only to make scans at those stations and nothing else. Once those scans are made save the files and move to another station to edit and clean your scans to continue working. Obviously, this also means you are not to play games, watch tv or movies, Facebook, blog, etc. at scanning stations either. Please be courteous to your fellow students and follow this simple policy.