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Archives Visit: Cesar Rubio

This particular example really caught my eye when we visited the archives last Thursday. I liked how it looked like someone physically cut out different pieces from other comics to make a new one. I think this is an excellent … Continue reading

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Hierarchy: Cesar Rubio

Please excuse the late submission for this blog post. I looked all over to find prints of my past work, turns out they were in storage and not in my garage like I thought. I don’t know exactly what narrative … Continue reading

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Layers: Cesar Rubio

Lynda Barry’s What It Is is an amalgamation of orginal work by Barry and excerpts and cutouts from others. There are two distict styles at play here, page 97 is my favorite to showcase layers. Lynda’s work is made on yellow … Continue reading

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Texture: Cesar Rubio

  On page 40 of What It Is, Lynda Barry recounts the impact that stories had on her childhood. The reason that I chose this particular page from the work to showcase texture has a lot to do with something … Continue reading

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Color: Cesar Rubio

Color plays an import role in these two pages of The Mighty Boosh in Bongo Nihongo. In the reading there are two relationships that are discussed between colors. Complimentary and Analogous. This particular section, previous pages stick to this color scheme too, is made almost entirely … Continue reading

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Time & Motion: Cesar Rubio

“Motion can be implied as well as literal…Artists have long sought ways to represent the movement of bodies and the passage of time within the realm of static, 2-dimensional space” (Graphic Design: The New Basics, pg. 233). This except of Clyde … Continue reading

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Scale: Cesar Rubio

Scale is subjective when it refers to one’s impression of an object’s size. Scale is objective when it refers to the physical size of any object or the relationship of size between something and its depiction. This first page of ctrl by Richard McGuire … Continue reading

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Framing: Cesar Rubio

I think that the concept of framing is well demonstrated in this spread. There are of course the literal frames that make up the comic. Something interesting about them is that they are all the same dimensions and are organized … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Cesar Rubio

I was unable to attend class on 1/17/17. I used examples from What It Is for this post. I tried to find the page I thought would best demonstrate all three elements working together. I found that after page 122 of What It Is … Continue reading

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