Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Oct. 24: Greg Evans at the Schulz Museum

Posted By on Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 2:58 PM

There are just too many questions that longtime readers of the comic strip “Luann” would have for its creator, Greg Evans, that he can’t answer them all. When will Tiffany finally get her full comeuppance? When will Luann finally clean her room? Will Puddles ever stop peeing on the floor? And when, oh when, will Aaron finally some to his senses, sweep Luann off her feet and carry her off into the sunset? Like Charlie Brown kicking the football, these things may never happen, but Evans is at least willing to discuss why. The artist appears in Santa Rosa for a special “Adult Master Class” on how to develop strong concepts and characters in comic strips this weekend, and for an hour and a half, he reveals the methods that make Luann such a success. Advance registration is required; consider it a one-day apprenticeship from one of the most popular cartoonists in the country when Evans teaches a class on Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Schulz Museum. 2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa. 10am. $40. Registration required; 707.579.4452, ext. 263.Gabe Meline  
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