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Doodle Wars

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Class Overview

Join host Paul Costabile for an extreme doodling adventure! In this reality competition series, 16 talented artists flex their creative muscles to impress judges Jon Chad (of "Ink Outside the Box" on Bluprint) and Zoe Hong (fashion designer and illustrator). Each episode features two Doodle Warriors who go head to head in mind-bending challenges such as drawing a giant comic book and creating arm-sleeve tattoos on real people. But only one will walk away with $5,000 in cash and prizes.

Details

  • beginner
  • 8 episodes
  • 2h24m

Included in this Class

1. A Story in 3 Acts
18m

1. A Story in 3 Acts

This Doodle War features two professional cartoonists going head to head. Hilary Campbell (Sonoma, California) takes on Jason Chatfield (Perth, Australia) in a challenge to create a three-panel comic drawn on giant poster-sized canvases. Judges Jon Chad and Zoe Hong score the comics on how well the panels tell a story, originality of visual style and their overall emotional impact.

2. Fear the Sphere
17m

2. Fear the Sphere

Doodling is easy right? Anyone can do it. Unless the surface to be doodled is a giant sphere! Fear the Sphere pits McKenzie Young (Athens, Georgia) against Tim May (Portland, Oregon) in a fast-paced challenge to create a doodle/design that connects seamlessly all the way around the sphere. Judges Jon Chad and Zoe Hong will score the doodled spheres on how well the design connects around the sphere, intricacy of design and cleanliness of execution.

3. Munny Mania
18m

3. Munny Mania

In Munny Mania, D'ana Nunez (Miami) and Max Knoblauch (Allentown, Pennsylvania) are given an assortment of blank Munny figurines from kidrobot.com and challenged to create a diorama scene including background, props and at least 2 Munny characters of their own design. Judges Jon Chad and Zoe Hong score the scene for originality of the character and detail in the overall diorama.