Anomaly Live - A Live Poser Tutorial Event

Staff Writer By: Ricky Grove (gToon)


Anomaly Live - A Live Poser Tutorial Event | Brian Haberlin, Anomaly Productions, Poser 11, Comics Tutorial

Brian Haberlin, the amazing artist and comics creator, is holding a very special live tutorial on Jan 30th from 1-3pm PST online (or in person. See address below). The event will feature Brian and two other top artists; Mike Mayhew and Tony Puryear. The live tutorial will celebrate the release of Poser 11 and focus on how to use 3D in a comics-creation workflow.

You can register for the Anomaly Live event here. And, if you are in southern California, you can attend the live event by visiting: Digital Art Tutorials, 26072 Merit Circle Suite 117, Laguna Hills, CA 92653. There will be free prize giveaways to in-studio participants including a copy of Poser 11, digital art tutorials and more.

You can find out more information at Brian's Anomaly Productions website where you can register for the event as well. This is a great opportunity to learn from 3 master comics creators on how they use their digital tools, especially Poser 11, in the comics creation process.


BRIAN HABERLIN

Brian Haberlin is a comic book artist, writer, editor and producer. He began his career in comics working at Top Cow Productions, where he co-created the Witchblade franchise, which has since expanded to include multiple spin-offs, a live action television series, an anime, and an upcoming film. He founded Haberlin Studios in 1995, producing commercial illustrations and digital coloring for Marvel Comics, DC Comics and Image Comics. He then co-founded Avalon Studios, which published many successful fantasy and sci-fi titles, including Stone, Aria, Area 52, and M-Rex. Haberlin also served for two years as Editor in Chief of Todd McFarlane Productions and penciled and inked its flagship title, Spawn. He currently runs Digitalarttutorials.com and teaches comic art at Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He is also a contributor to 3d World and ImagineFX magazine, and his work is in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian Museum.