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Graphic Novel Review: Cameron Cain

The book I chose for this assignment was The Explainers by Jules Feiffer. This is not a graphic novel, but a collection of comics. I know I was supposed to find a graphic novel. I intended to find one. When … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Cameron Cain

In his zine Abruption, Taylor Dow appears to focus on the uses of line, direction, size, and contrast to direct the reader’s experience. As the comic is only black ink on brown paper, there is no color, though there is … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Cameron Cain

While reading Lynda Barry’s What It Is, I noticed that she used a lot of octopuses in the illustrations. This made me think of the sea, and is where I decided to draw inspiration from. To my great despair, I … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Cameron Cain

When I was looking through the reading, I saw that she used a lot of octopuses, which made me think of the ocean as a good theme for my collage. Since I don’t have any octopus things to scan, I … Continue reading

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