Closure and Time Frames: Yanir Govrin

Page 69 of the first volume of the comic Slam Dunk by Takehiko Inoue

For My Graphic Novel I chose the first volume of the comic Slam Dunk by Takehiko Inoue.

1) For my example of closure I chose the top two panels from the image. This is an example of subject-to-subject as one character in the same team grabs the attention of the other character with the panel changing from one of the characters to the other. They are both different subjects within the scene.

Page 8 of the first volume of the comic Slasdasdam Dunk by Takehiko Inoue

2) I thought that the page to the right was a great example of time frames in comics. I though this was a good example because it goes from a waist up shot of the character to a panel of just his eyes. This causes the reader to pause a little before the action that happens in the next panel as the detailed eye shot keeps your attention for a little bit with no motion pictured making it feel drawn out.

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