Jarad Greene

Behind the Panels: Creating Graphic Novels for Younger Readers
Jarad Greene

Jarad Greene

Behind the Panels: Creating Graphic Novels for Younger Readers

Biography

Jarad Greene is a cartoonist originally from Lutz, Florida, who now lives in the curious village of White River Junction, Vermont. In addition to his own comics, Jarad works on staff at the Center for Cartoon Studies and has helped color many graphic novels for younger readers. He is the author and illustrator of the graphic novels Scullion: A Dishwasher’s Guide to Mistaken Identity and A-Okay.

Website: https://www. jaradgreene.com


Session: Behind the Panels: Creating Graphic Novels for Younger Readers

Cartoonist Jarad Greene (Scullion: A Dishwasher’s Guide to Mistaken Identity, and A-Okay) and Tillie Walden (author of the Eisner award-winning memoir Spinning!) share how they make comics from early sketches to final artwork.

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