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Putting It All Together: Shira Feinberg

For my final project, I decided to make something that truly represents who I am through the eyes of most of my friends, who would say that “I live in a romantic comedy.” Therefore, the purpose of this comic is … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Shira Feinberg

My comic this week looks takes a look into the stars and the beauty of the universe through the lens of two people. Although we do not see the people, we can see their conversation between one another. This is … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living in Line: Shira Feinberg

For this weekly comic, I have decided to tell a short story about how a couple is sitting on the beach as the sun is setting, with a view of the mountains beyond the lake. Also, the short comic tells … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Shira Feinberg

After searching for a graphic novel, I stumbled upon “Maus 2” by Art Spiegelman. The story begins with Art going over to his father’s place and complaining about how his friends don’t want to hangout and then Art’s father mentions … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Shira Feinberg

After viewing the Northwest Alternative Comics, I saw numerous unique artists that all expressed their comics in different ways. Mita Mahato’s art stood out the most to me. She used several design elements along with design principles to help convey … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Shira Feinberg

After careful consideration as to which graphic novel I will read for this class, I ended up choosing “Maus 2”. Throughout my k-12 education, I learned about the Holocaust and got the chance to read “Maus 1”. This sparked my … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Shira Feinberg

My final digital comic collage consisted of several images that not only come together to make several hearts, but then further come together to make four hearts in one another and two on the side. This fits Scott McCloud’s definition: … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Shira Feinberg

When it came to scanning objects, I had a hard time both choosing and finding things. This is because I am not in my hometown and can’t just pull out the items that mean the most to me. With that … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comics: Shira Feinberg

After a lot of thought, I finally came up with two comics that I thought would help illustrate myself; one was hand drawn while the other was digitally made. The hand drawn one has six images that represent the things … Continue reading

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