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Final Poster Comic: Dane Graves

When it came to the creative plan for my comic I started with making a layout and then trying to think of what I wanted to put in it. I didn’t want all my panels to be squares so I … Continue reading

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Individual Voices: Dane Graves

I chose a comic from the Fine Arts Center Collection called “Undercover Grandpa” to look at how it shows the authors individuality. There were many comics at the Collection that were appealing and showed the differences from artist to artist, … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Dane Graves

I had a hard time finding what I wanted to use as an example of how lines affect viewer perception of senses and emotion. I finally settled on a scene from the Batman vs Catman book. The scene takes place … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Dane Graves

The book I chose to read over October is a Manga called Berserk. I actually had interest in Berserk before we got assigned a reading of our choosing because a friend had recommended it to me. I purchased the first … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Dane Graves

My Comic Collage is definitely more traditional comic made out of real life materials to create the collage part of its name. In terms of fitting McCloud’s definition of a comic, “Juxtaposed pictorial and other images in a deliberate sequence, … Continue reading

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Design Elements and Principles: Dane Graves

Scott McCloud uses multiple Elements and Principles of design, as described by John Lovett, to make his work stand out on the page. One Element he uses to make his work effective are Lines and Directions. Specifically looking at page … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Dane Graves

  The first objects I selected to scan (which I didn’t at the time) were a couple of objects such as some different colored dish rags and a plaid designed washcloth. I also brought along some larger objects two of … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Dane Graves

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My print and digital comics are completely different from one another, other than trying to portray some sort of emotion. My print comic was more time consuming than my digital comic to make, but I think that’s because I was … Continue reading

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