- See & Do
- Dining Out
- Canterbury District
- Plan My Visit
University of Kent Campus,
Tanglewood. Giles Lane,
|Thu 25 Sep||The Croydon Gospel Choir|
|Sun 26 Oct||Nova Music Opera|
|Sat 1 Nov||Canterbury Anifest: Chibis and Mascots Workshop|
|Sat 1 Nov||Canterbury Anifest: Creating 4-koma (Mini-comics)|
|Sat 1 Nov||Canterbury Anifest: Creating Manga|
|Sat 1 Nov||Canterbury Anifest: Life as a Comic Artist|
|Mon 27 Oct - Sun 2 Nov||Canterbury Anifest at Gulbenkian Theatre|
|Mon 27 Oct||Canterbury Anifest Opening Night Short Film at Gulbenkian Theatre|
|Tue 28 Oct||Canterbury Anifest: An Evening with Andy Frain at Gulbenkian Theatre|
|Tue 28 Oct||Canterbury Anifest: Ghost in the Shell at Gulbenkian Theatre|
|Fri 31 Oct||Blood: The Last Vampire & Perfect Blue at Gulbenkian Theatre|
|Fri 31 Oct||Canterbury Anifest: Patema Inverted at Gulbenkian Theatre|
In this workshop, we will explore the history of manga and discuss what we think makes manga so special. Then we will all have a go at drawing our own manga style illustration. Using this and other examples, we will develop our technique and style to create our very own manga character.
Chie Kutsuwada was born and brought up in Japan. After graduating Royal College of Art, London, she moved to Brighton, to work as a professional manga artist.
She creates stories as well as draws all the illustration by herself. Her works include King of a Miniature Garden and Moonlight. Moonlight was shortlisted in the Manga Jiman competition, organised by UK Japan Embassy.
Chie has also worked with storywriters, such as As You Like It (2008 SelfMadeHero, London) by Shakespeare and The Book of Five Rings by Musashi Miyamoto (adopted by Sean Michael Wilson, 2012 Shambhala, Boston & London).
Her books are available at the most of English speaking countries and Japan. Also some of them are translated in Turkey, France and Spain.
Besides creating manga comics, she also attends many manga-related events in and out of UK and runs manga workshops at schools, libraries, and museums, such as British Libraries and Victoria and Albert Museum.
|Sun 2 Nov 2014||10:30 to 12:00|
£6 per person.
Suitable for ages 9+