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Friday, July 18 • 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Webcomics!: Inspiration, Craft, and Awkward Questions

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Webcomics: What are they? Why do they exist? Why can't I sleep at night? All these questions and many more will be answered as we delve into the world of online comic creation.

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Vitaly S. Alexius

Creator & Artist, Romantically Apocalyptic
Vitaly S Alexius is a digital painter/illustrator who has gained immense recognition for his work in CD and book covers and his definitively striking style. In early 2010 he began production of his webcomicRomantically Apocalyptic which has since become his main focus. Romantically Apocalyptic features a unique, high-detail art style that combines Alexius’ original photography of actors on greenscreen, exploration of abandoned... Read More →
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Andrew Gregoire

Creator & Artist, I am ARG!
Andrew Gregoire is a Toronto based Character animator and illustrator best known for his webcomic “I am ARG!” ARG! is a slice of life nerd humour comic about a young couple coming to terms with their impending adulthood. Combining sharp humour and crisp art, ARG runs the gamut from video games to babies, Dungeons and Dragons to marriage and many jokes about body parts in between. Andrew has worked as a character animator on various... Read More →
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Katie Tiedrich

Creator, Awkward Zombie
Katie Tiedrich writes and draws the webcomic Awkward Zombie, a collection of videogame parodies known for punchy art and a sometimes dark sense of humor. The comic started out with a focus on Nintendo games, but has since branched out to a more general scope. Katie currently studies Mechanical Engineering in Hoboken, New Jersey, and hopes to someday build a robot smart enough to help make comics but dumb enough to still be her friend.


Friday July 18, 2014 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Webster ABC Hamilton Convention Centre by Carmen's

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