Draw Something

. December 23, 2013.

Comic Artist Jay Fosgitt is the creator of popular comic books such as “Bodie Troll” and online graphic novels like “Dead Duck”. On Sunday, January 5 he will host a Comic Artists Forum in the 4th Floor Meeting Room of the Downtown Library. This is a forum for comic enthusiasts and cartoonists—from beginners to professionals. Fosgitt, who has contributed illustrations to Dreamworks’ Animation Magazine and the forthcoming Seasme Street comic book, will assist the class in learning better techniques for drawing and story creation. Don’t forget your drawing tools and be prepared to learn—even advanced illustrators can take away knowledge from this special event.

1pm. Free. Intended for adults and teens (grade 6 and up). 343 S. Fifth Ave. 734-327-4200. aadl.org

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