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Putting It All Together: Anna Davenport

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Anna Davenport

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Weekly Blog: Living In Line: Anna Davenport

I tried to convey two different emotions without using visible senses. The way I did that was I started with the human figure. I was going to put some emotions on his face but I remembered that in the reading … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Anna Davenport

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Anna Davenport

I was not able to participate by going to the museum and seeing the works of art in real life. Therefore, I look at the pieces online. I really enjoyed looking at this piece by Paul Chadwick because of the … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Anna Davenport

The graphic novel that I am choosing to write about is A Wrinkle in Time. The reason that I chose this because I really enjoyed the way that the characters were drawn and I enjoyed watching the movie about this … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Anna Davenport

My creative motivation was based on the idea that we learned about in class. While looking through Lynda Barry’s style of comics I was inspired by her work. According to McCloud, the definition of a comic is “juxtaposed pictorial and … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Anna Davenport

For this project, I brought my favorite scrunchy, a picture of my sister and me, a letter from my dad, and a page out of my favorite adult coloring book. Now that I have had the opportunity to see the … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Anna Davenport

I really enjoyed this project because it pushed me out of my comfort zone. I do not have much experience drawing on paper and so working on that had a bit more drawbacks for me than on a digital program. … Continue reading

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