Photoshop for Illustrators and Writers
Saturday, February 11, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (CST)
San Antonio, TX
Whether you’re creating illustrations, website elements, giveaways, or study guides, Photoshop is one of the best graphics tools available. Join us as illustrator and graphic designer Akiko White highlights features of this powerful software program.
University of the Incarnate Word
Joyce Building, Room 126
About the Speaker
Akiko White was born and raised in Cisco, Texas. Daughter of a Japanese mother and a German/Irish father, she attended college at the McNay Art Institute in San Antonio and finished her degree at Texas State University. Akiko has worked as a graphic artist and freelance designer. Clients include Texas Lavender Association, White Acres Farm, and Cup O’ Joe at the Lake.
10:00 - 11:00 am News, Speaker
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Open Critique Groups
Open Critique Groups
Our chapter offers open critique groups to writers and illustrators attending meetings. Whenever we have a free Saturday morning chapter meeting, we’ll offer open critique groups during the second hour (11 am - 12 pm).
To participate in open critique groups, bring up to 5 pages of critique-ready work (4 copies) to share. In accordance with SCBWI critique guidelines, another critique will read your pages aloud, giving you the opportunity to listen to your prose or verse in action — a great test of readability. Bring fiction, nonfiction, illustration, poetry, synopses, query letters, or any other children's literature work you'd like to get feedback on.