All Cartooning Camp sessions are full.
Like to draw? Maybe you have knack for doodling, or maybe you’re just a visual person with a desire to learn. Here’s your chance to learn how to create great cartoons with Dan Nuckols, author of Cartooning for the Glory of God!
Learn new techniques, hone your skills, and get great personal tips from a professional, godly artist whose cartoons have been featured in many publications, including the Washington Post. Dan’s vision is to inspire a generation of cartoonists who not only strive for excellence in their artwork, but who endeavor to reach a lost world for Christ by using their cartoons as a powerful communicative tool to spread the Gospel.
Session A: Thursday, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. – FULL
Session B: Friday, from 8 a.m. to noon – FULL
Session C: Friday, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. – FULL
Each session will focus on a different area.
Cost: $69/student for one session (book and supplies are included)
Age: children and teens age nine and up
Dan Nuckols has been cartooning since he was five years old. From mission trips in Guatemala and Mexico to local county fairs, he has shared his talent with many. A homeschool graduate himself, Dan holds a B.A. in biblical studies and a minor in graphic design from Northwestern College. In addition to working in an art department for a corporation and in his own graphic art business, Dan created a 16-lesson series on cartooning from a Christian perspective. Dan Nuckols’ incisive wit and instructive hands-on art lessons will challenge your student to see the world in a unique and humorous light and help them excel in their art.