Friday, September 30, 2011

Even more character sketches!

SEQA grad student Emily Erdman working on her 52 DC character redesigns!

Cranking out the pages!

SEQA student Nick Palmer working on his 24 pages!

Redesignin' it up!

SEQA students Megan Porch and Audrey Grieve working on their 52 DC Costume Redesigns!

Prizes prizes prizes!!

SEQA student Rachel Ordway with her spoils from the first trivia challenge!

Generate Update!

Here's one of our very talented SEQA students, Nicolas Zamudio!

Nicolas is working on the "52 DC Costume Redesigns" challenge, and he's doing an awesome job!! Check out his inked redesigns of Etrigan, Wildcat, and Deadman!

Generate Kickoff!

We just kicked off Generate at 9:45 this morning! We already have over 30 SEQA students hard at work on the Sequential Art challenges!

We can't wait to see what the students produce this year!

Tuesday, September 27, 2011


Think you’re tough? Are you a creative mastermind? Do you think you have what it takes to pull off artistic wizardry under impossible deadlines? Then clear your schedule and let’s see what you’re made of.

Led by faculty, students from multiple disciplines endeavor to create completed works of art during this 24-hour art marathon. The event begins promptly at 10 a.m., Friday September 30, and will continue through 10 a.m., Saturday October 1st! Participants should bring their own art supplies, but coffee and food will be provided throughout the night to attendees committed to the full 24-hour challenge.

The Sequential Art Challenges:
1. 24 page b&w comic in 24 hours, any medium, bring your own supplies. The idea is to start from scratch, so don't bring a bunch of stuff already in progress.

2. Design 52 DC Comics characters in 24 hours - any medium, must have color, 3/4 front shot is fine. Bring your own materials.There are 2 DCU encyclopedia and DC's Who's-Who mini series for reference, students can study up if they want.

Come early to secure your spot and get settled! Sequential Art will be holding their challenge in room 347. We'll have a kick off at 9:45 out in the main 3rd floor area by the homework labs (near the elevators).

Email your faculty leaders with any questions. There will be prizes and giveaways as well as a juried show for those who can complete their artwork.

Can you generate?

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Follow @scaddotedu on Twitter and post to using #SCADGenerate

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Adventure Time Sketch Challenge!

Audrey Morris with two!

Ali Henderson

Jackie Lewis

David Anderson

Cara McGee

Audrey Grieve

Max Currie

Trevor Verges

Friday, September 16, 2011

Fall quarter for Temple! Welcome old faces and new faces!

Fall is here and it’s the first Temple of the quarter! Lots of old friends and fresh new faces, so here at Temple we’ve introduced some new features and revised versions of old features!

Sketch Challenge – The polling for sketch challenges is now done in the Temple room on Friday, rather than polled online at the blog. Come to Temple and pitch prompts for people to draw!
By the way, this week's sketch challenge is Adventure Time. Mathematical!

Fanart Fridays – A new feature! If you don’t want to draw the sketch challenge, draw fanart for a comic you like, or a comic you’re reading! MUST be a comic, cannot be a video game or a television program or a movie or what have you. Webcomics are also fine!

Reviews – Every Friday you may come in and review and talk about a comic you’re reading! Temple has plenty of resources on excellent comics you should be reading, but never underestimate the personal growth that comes from finding comics that speak uniquely to you! We’d love to know what comics you’re reading!

Remember, Temple is every Friday from noon to whenever everybody goes home! Temple is also now 100% student-run. Get involved, get excited about getting involved in the community!

Wizard of Oz Sketch Challenge

Max Currie and Audrey Morris