Category Archives: Student Stuff

Lives you’ve helped change…

Posted by December 31st, 2015 Comments Off on Lives you’ve helped change…

YOU help our students succeed.  Need more proof that your donation helps? Thanks to you, here’s how you’ve changed some of our artists’ lives. “The teachers at The Sequential Artist’s Workshop work with you individually […]


2014-2015 Round Up!

Posted by May 11th, 2015 20 Comments »

The 2014-2015 year is over and what a great year we had. A quick round up! View lots more pics on Flickr here   The class after the first figure drawing class   First sharing […]


How to not be afraid of a Risograph

Posted by December 18th, 2014 Comments Off on How to not be afraid of a Risograph

Within our first week of classes, Tom showed us the risograph in the corner of the classroom (it’s an upgrade to your common photocopier, commonly used in printing comics). Hearing horror stories that it was […]


New Testimonials

Posted by December 17th, 2014 Comments Off on New Testimonials

Friends, thank you for year-end donations to SAW at our fundraiser link. You’ve helped students like Chance, Michelle,  Jenny and Joseph: I trust myself now to give one hell of a story whether it […]


SAW 2013-2014 Wrap-Up Video

Posted by May 7th, 2014 Comments Off on SAW 2013-2014 Wrap-Up Video SAW Student Video 2014-2015 Hello from the Sequential Artists Workshop or SAW, a school for comics and graphic novels in sunny Gainesville Florida. We’re accepting applications for our 2014-2015 school year. AT SAW, […]


First student zines

Posted by December 14th, 2013 Comments Off on First student zines

Our first zines from the first semester are rolling off the risograph. Here’s a look at Ceili Braidwood’s Hai Tea/Tea Ku: The first Riso zines by SAW students are coming off the press. This lovely […]


Review of SAW minis at TCJ

Posted by September 20th, 2013 19 Comments »

Thanks to Rob Clough for giving some of our students work a close lookin’ at. Here’s the final, summary paragraph: The sense I get from SAW’s first year is that Hart’s aim was to create […]


Why you should study at SAW

Posted by May 22nd, 2013 25 Comments »

Why you should study at SAW: SAW is a place like no other in the American comics world right now. An intensive, informal school; a fully functioning two-leveled studio; a stocked library of inspiration, reference […]


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