WI – Think It Ink It: Comix 101

Carlos Nieto III appears at Kaukauna Public Library on Thursday, May 31st at 6:30 PM for a comics workshop.

Wanna create your very own comic book? Think It Ink It will teach you to do just that! From writing to designing to drawing, every major aspect of the comic book process will be explored. You will choose what panel layouts you want to work with and through some simple thought exercises, you will start to unleash your imagination and create a masterpiece! Bring bring along items to sketch with.

Carlos Nieto III is of Colombian roots born and raised in Los Angeles. Growing up in the Hispanic area of Silverlake/Echo Park, he was influenced by the mish mash of Central American and South American cultures. His artistic talent led him to a job on the Emmy-winning show “The Simpsons” and “King of the Hill” as a Layout Artist. Carlos also worked as a Visual Consultant for Disney and Universal, creating sketches and final art for set designs, as well as conducting Comic Book making, Anime and Animation drawing workshops at libraries across the country.

Carlos currently works with Children and families at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles as an Artist-in-Residence, providing youth with an artistic escape from the anxiety and stress of being in a hospital.

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Kaukauna Public Library
207 Thilmany RD., Suite 200, Kaukauna, WI 54130
(920) 766-6340

CA – Anime Your Way Workshop

Join former Simpsons animator Carlos Nieto III at the Redwood City Public Library’s Teen Center on Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 6:30 PM to learn how easy it is to draw your favorite and/or original anime characters! Sponsored by the Friends of the Redwood City Library Bookstore.

Presented as part of the San Mateo County Libraries’ Comic Arts Fest.

Tickets available at the link…

Redwood City Public Library – Teen Center
1044 Middlefield Drive, Redwood City, CA 94063

Peninsula Libraries Comics Art Fest 2018

Press Release:

San Mateo County Libraries is bringing back Comic Arts Fest for February 2018! We’re celebrating the importance of comics, both as an art form and as valid literature, and enabling aspiring artists and readers of all ages through author visits, workshops, and comics-related programs.

This year, the Fest is expanding to include Burlingame LibraryDaly City LibraryMenlo Park LibraryRedwood City LibrarySan Bruno LibrarySan Mateo Library, and South San Francisco Library.

We’re also adding a one-day Small Press Comics Expo to the Fest. This will be an opportunity to meet local artists, purchase comics and original artwork, and attend quality comics workshops. If you’re a comic artist/author and you’re interested in applying for a table at our Small Press Comics Expo, please apply with this online form.

Our tentative list of confirmed guests is listed below. Check back for more updates on events, authors and artists to come! Click here to register for FREE tickets to creator events.