April 4 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Live illustration is now big business, as brands and companies have increasingly recognised the value that live illustration can add to their events, conferences and meetings.
So we’re excited to be kicking off our 2023 programme of ‘Illustration Hub’ Meet Ups with an online talk all about the world of live illustration and scribing, with the wonderful Jules Scheele. Book your ticket here!
In this talk Jules will cover how to break into live illustration and scribing, how to visually interpret complex content and ideas, the challenges and rewards of working live and under pressure, and how to effectively communicate with clients.
So if you’ve ever been curious about how live illustration could fit into your illustration career, this is the event for you! There’ll also be plenty of time for Q&A afterwards, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask Jules about all aspects of his creative practice, including his extensive publishing and comics experience.
Please note: This meet-up will be online via Zoom. You will receive the link upon booking. We record the audio, and we will send a private link to the audio to all ticket buyers.
Jules is a freelance illustrator, comics artist and live illustrator/graphic facilitator based in Glasgow, specialising in graphic storytelling and illustrations that help translate and bring a human touch to difficult concepts. In addition to live scribing for clients such as Channel 4 and Friends of the Earth, Jules has also worked extensively in publishing, from comics for Avery Publishing, Dark Horse Books and Image Comics, to illustrating the acclaimed series ‘Queer: A Graphic History’, ‘Gender: A Graphic Guide’, and ‘Sexuality: A Graphic Guide’ with Dr Meg-John Barker for ICON Books.
Outside of his commercial practice, Jules’ personal work is focused on zine making around themes of queer life and art, mental health and pop culture.
The School of Illustration is a virtual school for illustrators offering online courses, workshops and mentoring, run by freelance illustrators Nick and Frances Moffatt. They host the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Meet Up, supported by The Association of Illustrators, a non-profit membership organisation for illustrators supporting the illustration. It’s a relaxed and informal Meet Up for illustrators at all stages of the creative journey, with an exciting range of networking events, talks and activities.
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