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Putting It All Together: Daylon Hicks

For my final project, I decided make it reputation about the goal I wanted to achieve while correlating it with the class goals related with Scott McCloud. Each slide has a different meaning that I wanted to do within my … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Daylon Hicks

My comic this week shows the plan of a riding a wave between two brothers. Although you can not see the two brothers, it is clear that they speaking to each other through the text bubbles. One of the things … Continue reading

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Blog #5 – Northwest Alternative Comics

The example that I saw at  the WSU Museum Collection Study Center was the art piece named Dirtbag by Eroyn Franklin. The work that shows elements and principle of design is multiple of colors. The direction featured is horizontal as the … Continue reading

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Living in Line: Daylon Hicks

My strategy for my Week 13 comic is to correlate my ideas for the comic and Scott McCloud idea of “the invisible realm of senses and emotions.” The emotions that I want to convey in this comic will be about anger and confused because of the coronavirus. My idea for this … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Daylon Hicks

The book that I chose to read was a Naruto Manga Volume 27 by Masahi Kishimoto. A manga is a style of Japanese comic books and graphic novels, typically aimed at adults as well as children as defined from Google. The overview of the story is Naruto, Sasuke, Sakura that (the main … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Daylon Hicks

For my blog post #4, I chose to read about Naruto. Naruto is mainly known as an anime tv show, but they also release manga. Manga are comics or graphic novels created in Japan or using the Japanese language and conforming to a … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage by Daylon Hicks

This project was tough for me because it was hard for me to find items to scan because for the items I bring to college, I don’t have too much of. The reason for this is because I am a … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Daylon Hicks

On the first day that scanning was introduced to me, I decided to bring my Cougar Card. It may have seem common and bland to bring it, but the reason I decided that bringing my Cougar Card was essential towards … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Daylon Hicks

I created two comics. One comic was created by hand and the other was created digitally. The first comic which was hand drawn, was describing who I am and basic common knowledge such as where I’m from and what my … Continue reading

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