Day 1 - We jam-packed the tables with our awesome creative selves!
Woohoo! Here's a brief recap of my time at Illustration Bootcamp! First off, let me just say that it was a TON OF FUN. I got to meet so many awesome people, learn a ton of incredibly useful things, listen to professionals explain their craft and how they got to where they are now, get some feedback from Meg Hunt herself, and experience some cool places and restaurants in Minneapolis I had never been to before. I also got to spend some time with a few of my old classmates who drove/flew into town for the workshop, which was really awesome.
Our first day was spent getting to know each other, getting to know Meg Hunt, getting familiar with the AWESOME Light Grey Art Lab space and staff, and going through some preliminary exercises identifying what we were doing as illustrators and what we WANTED to be doing in the future.
At Demdaco, checking out all the Christmas stuff. Apparently Santas are hard to come by these days!
Art supplies! What a beautiful sight...
Our beautiful book. Haha, can you spot my piece...?
After Day Two was over, we had a farewell dinner at a sweet restaurant called Chino Latino (the food was delicious)! It was sad saying goodbye to all our new (and old) friends, but we all exchanged our information and are still keeping in touch!
Keith photobombs! Everyone looks so awesome! And then there's me, trollin' the camera...
For more photos, make sure to visit the Light Grey Art Lab Flickr stream!
The photos in this entry are courtesy of the Light Grey Art Lab
Well, as always... back to work it is!