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The Kubert School

Welcome to the Official Kubert School Deviant Art Site!

This supergroup is open to all students who are interested in The Kubert School! An exciting blog will be maintained that includes all new events involving Joe, Adam, and Andy Kubert as well as new happenings with the school and the alumni.

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The purpose of this group is to share your ideas, communicate with other students who are also interested in The Kubert School -- and most of all, to have fun, to enjoy yourselves, and to encourage others in their artwork! Please submit your work to the appropriate folder, and if need be, please contact the Admin for help in this process via e-mail at info@kubertschool.edu or by sending a note through Deviant Art. All submissions and/or posted comments are subject to approval by the Admin. Please abstain from submitting provocative or excessively violent images.

The Kubert School:

The Kubert School is a fully accredited 3-year school in Dover, NJ for more than 35 years. We specialize in Cartoon-Graphics. Our faculty is composed of professional commercial artists. At least 95% of our graduates are employed by companies like Pixar, Walt Disney Studios, Cartoon Network, DC Comics, Marvel Entertainment, Archie Comics, Wizards of the Coast, Hasbro Toys, Hallmark Greeting Cards, and have become widely recognized in the comic book industry: Rags Morales, Rick Veitch, Stephen Bissette, Tom Mandrake, Tim Truman, Tom Yeates, Shane Davis, among others.

For more information and/or registration for any of our classes at The Kubert School can be found by going to our website at www.kubertschool.edu. If you're also interested in at-home classes which include assignments that are critiqued by professional cartoonists, go to www.kubertschool.edu/correspon… .

And you can join us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kubertschool?… or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/TheKubertSchoo… .
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#Boom! Studios, a #NYTimes best-selling #comic book & graphic novel publisher, will be at The #KubertSchool this Fri, March 27, to review our 3rd year students' portfolios!  #Goodluck
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Pangoro-hime Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Hello! So I was enrolled for next year and I just wanted to know what was included in the freshman year art kit?
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Marvelzukas Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2015  Student General Artist
Hope you can support and share it with friends! www.kickstarter.com/projects/3…
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FallOutWoman Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014  Student General Artist
Finally finished the first assignment of the Penciling correspondence course. 

I'm thinking of taking a Saturday Life Drawing class at the school when my Drawing 2 class that I'm taking in Ocean Grove ends in January. Will there be one open around then and how many weeks will it be?

On what level is the Horror class on? Also is mind control considered part of the Horror genre as my two favorite horror movies; A Clockwork Orange and Cabinet Of Dr. Calagari both deal heavily in this subject.

Thanks so much :D
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TheKubertSchool Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014  Professional Artist
Hi!  That's great you finished your first Penciling assignment!  We look forward to receiving it!  :)

As far as our Saturday Life Drawing class is concerned, we offer this class year-round on a monthly basis.  This is a terrific class which is taught by instructors from our school who are also professional cartoonists.  We think you'll enjoy it!  :)  January has 5 Saturdays, so the class will be held for 5 weeks.  Here's more info and/or to register on-line through our website:

www.kubertschool.edu/programs/…

In regard to our Horror Correspondence Course, this is a wonderful course, too -- especially if it's your favorite subject!  :)  All our courses (including Horror) start off with the basics and are great for all skill levels, starting from newbies to students with more drawing experience.

If you have any other questions, you can message us here -- or, if you like, you can email us directly at info@kubertschool.edu .  We hope you have a great holiday!
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CynCinzia Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2014
Hello! I'm interested in your corresponding courses but have I few questions about them.

1. How long is each corresponding course?

2. If I buy a course now could I start it say in 3 months time or should I start it straight away?

3. If I buy the "Heroes & Superheroes Course" do I need to know how to draw people or does it teach how to do that too?

Thank you and kind regards
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TheKubertSchool Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2014  Professional Artist
Hi!  Here's our answers to your questions:

1.  You have 18 months to complete each course, and if you need additional time, that can always be arranged.  FYI, a Certificate of Completion will be issued upon completion of the last lesson in each correspondence course.

2.  You can start the course whenever you can fit it into your schedule.  Remember, the purpose of these courses is to enjoy yourself while learning this form of art along with the guidance of our staff of professional cartoonists!  :)

3.  Yes, the Heroes & Superheroes Course will definitely teach you how to draw people!  Please don't be concerned if you are a beginning artist.  These courses are for everyone, including newbies to those people with more drawing experience. 

In fact, these courses were SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED by Joe Kubert to help and encourage people (of all abilities and ages) who have an interest in this form of art.  All of the courses start off with the basics and are part and parcel of what it takes to draw cartoons effectively.

If you have any other questions, you can message us here -- or, you can email us directly at info@kubertschool.edu .  We'll be more than happy to assist you.

Happy Holidays!
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dondalier Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013
I didn't hear about Joe Kubert's passing til recently. I loved his work. The mark he left on this world will not only be seen, it will be felt through the emotion he put into that work and through those he so generously gave his time to teach, for generations to come. He will always be the standard to which artists in the industry will be measured.
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TheKubertSchool Featured By Owner May 6, 2013  Professional Artist
Thank you for your kind words. We really appreciate it. Yes, Joe is missed by us all -- but, he does live on through his work and his students.
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dondalier Featured By Owner May 6, 2013
Quite a legacy from a very talented and dedicated individual. Wishing you all much success. "Stay thirsty my friends".
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TheKidDim Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2013
Hello, thanks for taking the time to look at this message. Well im very interested in your school and im thinking of transferring form my current college to attend the Kubert school. But my only concern is that I am primarily a manga artist. I am just wondering if attending this school will help me to achieve my goal of becoming a manga artist, or is this school only advantageous to western style artist?

Thanks in advance for any response you may give. ^.^
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