Author Archives: ethanstone746

Putting It All Together: Ethan Miller

For my final comic I was inspired by some recent quarantine haircuts I’ve been seeing online. Sometimes people have been absolutely shredding their hair just because they won’t be seeing any other people which is funny to me. One of … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Ethan Miller

For my weekly comic, I used language to convey what couldn’t be conveyed by only images. For example, in the third panel, the text specifies that the person in the bed has woken up late for class, without the text, … Continue reading

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Weekly Comic: Living in Line: Ethan Miller

For this week we created a comic that showcased inspiration from Scott McCloud’s Living in Line chapter of his book. The senses I was trying to convey with my comic that are otherwise invisible was anxiety on the guy’s face … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Ethan Miller

The book I choose to read for this semester was Maus 2 by Art Spiegelman. The book is about Art talking to his father about his experiences in the holocaust as a Jew. His father is a little distracted at … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Ethan Miller

This image was the most interesting of the entire collection to me. The way the artist used color just drew me in and made me not stop looking. The deep blues contrasted with the orange of the family and the … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Ethan Miller

For my book, I choose to read Maus, I like books based on true stories so this seemed like a good fit. For my example of closure, I found a moment to moment style. In this scene, it zooms in … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Ethan Miller

For my digital comic collage, I was inspired by Lynda Barry’s work in her book, she made each page feel almost chaotic, a mess of different words and pages in the background to still convey an idea. I tried to … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Ethan Miller

On the first day to the CDSC, I wasn’t sure what I would bring, and looked towards other people for inspiration. What I did have was the things in my pockets, and after giving it a couple days of thought, … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Ethan Miller

I preferred making the print comic to the digital comic, but there was certainly positives and negatives to both. I’m not a gifted artist, so it took me a while to produce anything recognizable in the print comic, which was … Continue reading

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