Author Archives: Arron Borja

Web Final Comic: Arron Borja

I was aware of Wix and how I can make a website through that platform. When this assignment was assigned and we were told that our comics had to be on a website, I automatically thought of using Wix . … Continue reading

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Final Poster Comic: Arron Borja

For my comic, my creative plan was to tell the story of the first time I got a DSLR. Specifically a Canon DSLR because it’s my favorite camera company. While coming up with the design, I wanted to be as … Continue reading

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Individual voices: Arron Borja

I feel that this is one of the most creative and engaging zines that I have encountered. Time and motion is presented in this zine very well. I believe that the reader can make the indication that these two figures … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Arron Borja

The comic that I chose from the MASC visit today that demonstrates line quality and how it conveys emotion is the 3D Batman comic. I chose this comic because the way that the lines are behind each other to make … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage Arron Borja

I believe that my comic does fit into McCloud’s definition: “Juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence, intended to convey information and/or to produce an aesthetic response in the viewer”. I believe this because my comic is a sequence … Continue reading

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Design Elements and Principles: Arron Borja

I chose the 188th page in Scott McCloud’s “Understanding Comics” because of the intense use of color in the “window” on the very top of the page. I believe that McCloud’s layout is effective in using shape, direction, and texture. … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Arron Borja

Making a comic by hand is very much different from making a comic by using a digital tool. Benefits of creating a comic by hand include not having any limitations with the way that the content is created. For example, … Continue reading

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