Looking for online comics workshops?

There’s lots of great online content out there to keep you inspired and help you keep up your drawing and comics-making practice. 

FOR KIDS: Creative Start Studio 

These art-focused video tutorials and downloadable lesson plans are designed for parents, families, caregivers, and educators of children ages 3 to 8.

FOR TEENS & ADULTS:

The Sequential Artist Workshop (SAW) has free lessons and prompts on drawing, storytelling, and character-building.

For artist talks and panels, check out the recorded content from CXC (Cartoonist Crossroads Columbus) Festival; Vancouver Comic Arts Festival (VanCAF); San Francisco Zine Fest (SFZF); and Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo (MICE). 

As part of CXC, is also SÕL-CON, the Black, Brown and Indigenous Comics Fest at Ohio State.

Here are just a few examples:

Learn 12 Different Watercolour Textures with Kirsten Hatfield

Kirsten Hatfield shows how to create 12 different watercolor textures with water and objects found around the home.

Talk & Teach: Financial Wellness  

This talk covers healthy approaches to identify realistic business and personal expenses, strategize to build wealth through savings, and plan for tax obligations effectively.

Self-care Comics with Nicole Georges

Develop a daily practice of combining comics and self-care by charting your emotions and drawing yourself into joyful and soothing situations with Nicole Georges.

This series from Radiator Comics (in FL) is really great for beginners.

Hands On: Drawing Diary Comics with Summer Pierre

Hands On: Building Your Zine with Neil Brideau