Comic-Making & Storytelling
New Mentorship Starts: June 2021 (Tentative)
Total Duration: 18 hours
Unherd in association with illustrator DoodleoDrama is offering a quirky, fun and 100% certified mentorship program that is sure to get your creative juices flowing.
What will I Learn?
You will get to work on assignments, write plots, build original characters and a whole lot more. While illustrators like Alicia Souza have mentored with us, our current mentor DoodleoDrama demonstrates best practices through a mix of case studies and tips.
Make a storyboard, create a convincing script and dabble with different perspectives.
Work on Projects
Work on your own comic project and present your work to a jury.
Learn drawing techniques and the best storytelling practices.
Use our certification for college/ job applications by adding it to your resume/portfolio.
The Mentorship Process
Based on your interest and an interview
Meet your Mentor
Mounica Tata is a Bangalore based illustrator who began doodling to relieve the stress of a boring corporate job. Today, through DoodleoDrama, Mounica puts her own hilarious spin on contemporary issues and enjoys sharing her learnings and skills. Follow her on Instagram or visit her website.
Got a question?
How much does the course cost?
Our certified Comic Making and Storytelling course costs Rs. 6550/- for students in the age group of 13 to 17 years and Rs. 8250/- for students between 18 to 25 years of age. Minimum 80% attendance is required, along with project submission, to qualify for the certificate.
Do you offer scholarships?
100% scholarships are awarded to students based on financial need, aptitude, and genuine interest in the program. The decision lies solely with the selection committee. For more details please write in to us: email@example.com.
What is the duration of the program?
The program will be conducted in June 2021 (Tentative). Fixed dates and timings to be announced soon.
Confused about a career?
Unherd offers mentorship classes on diverse potential careers, for 13 to 18 year-olds, based on their current interest, potential and skillsets.