Iconic painter, illustrator and storyteller, Sterling Hundley, is instructing a live and online workshop with The Illustration Academy this December. Inspired by the academic approach of The Illustration Academy's on-ground bootcamp, the online workshop will be a fully immersive experience for attending student artists. This workshop is appropriate for all visual storytellers interested in illustration or picture-making. Spots will go fast, so pre-enroll to save your spot today!
The Academy's Idea Development Workshop with Sterling Hundley
What if there were a process to building great ideas? Sterling Hundley’s creative work and teaching methodology have become synonymous with intelligent, powerful ideas. This course is designed for artists wanting to create unique, personal artwork that pushes visual problem solving beyond the illustrated cliché. Learn the difference between specific methodologies for developing narrative illustrations that tell compelling stories and conceptual solutions that communicate complex and challenging communication.
About Sterling Hundley
Sterling Hundley is an internationally acclaimed illustrator. His work has appeared regularly in the pages of Communication Arts, American Illustration, Print Magazine, the Los Angeles Society of Illustrators, 3 x 3, Graphis, Step by Step Graphics, the Society of Publication Designers, and the New York Society of Illustrators. Clients include Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Atlantic Monthly, the Grammys, GQ, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Harper Collins, Penguin/Putnam, Random House, Scholastic, and Knopf. From 2006-08, Sterling was the most highly awarded illustrator in the US.
About John English
John English was inspired by his early experiences in Connecticut where he was raised in the company of New York’s most talented illustrators. He has received numerous awards from organizations including New York Society of Illustrators, Los Angeles Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, Graphis and Print Magazine.
John’s work has graced the cover of Newsweek, the pages of Esquire, Money, and Essence, and the publications of Penguin Books, Bantam Books, Atlantic Records, Boeing, Chrysler Corporation, Hitachi, 7-Up, NCAA, Sprint Corporation, and the Knoll Furniture Group.
How the Workshops Work
Each of our workshops consist of three live Saturday sessions and 9 hours of interactive content. Using Adobe Connect, you and instructors interact, chat, share work, and live stream traditional and digital art. You can select from three unique learning packages. The Basic Kit, Office Hours, and Mentorship packages offer increasing levels of personal guidance and one-on-one instruction. This online course will be taught live through lectures, demonstrations and assignments. Students will be given an assignment each week to put to use what they’ve learned during the course. Students electing to participate in live reviews will receive direct feedback on their specific problems which will serve as examples for the rest of the class.