Author Archives: Isaiah Wilkerson

Final Web Comic: Isaiah Wilkerson

For this assignment, I was assigned to write and design a comic that embraced web viewing. I accomplished this assignment by using two different subjects on the left and the right while still serving its purposes of telling a story. … Continue reading

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Final Poster Comic: Isaiah Wilkerson

At first, I didn’t really know what to make a comic about. I’d doodle in my sketchbook to try and figure out exactly what I needed to do in order to make a good poster comic that met the requirements … Continue reading

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Individual Voices: Isaiah Wilkerson

For this blog prompt, we visited the art museum and looked at many different examples of comics portraying their individual point of views and their different unique strategies of having their voices be heard. I found the art museum to … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Isaiah Wilkerson

In the MASC, I found some very interesting lines that expressed many different emotions. The one that I chose was The City: A Narrative Portfolio by Will Eisner. This art used many horizantal and diagnol lines that were very close and … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Isaiah Wilkerson

For my selected comic, I chose Bone: Eyes of the Storm by Jeff Smith. I chose this comic because it had caught my eyes when I saw the cover page. I’d remember people in my elementary class reading these books … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Isaiah Wilkerson

For my Final Digital Comic Collage, I wanted to show my audience a little taste of who I am based on the things I like and the thing I love to do the most: draw. I decided to use some … Continue reading

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Design Elements and Principles

Choose a single page or 2-spread from Scott McCloud’s “Understanding Comics” that you’d like to discuss in terms of your new design vocabulary. Explain why you think McCloud’s layout is effective in terms of at least three of the elements … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Isaiah Wilkerson

The material that I brought to the CDSC for our first scanning was my sketchbook. However, instead of using just by sketchbook to use for my scanning, I was going to use my drawings that I’ve drawn for the past … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Isaiah Wilkerson

Although the two types of comic strips are very similar, out of the two, I prefer doing print comic strips because I feel limited whenever I make comics on my PC due to not having the correct resources I need … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Isaiah Wilkerson

Out of the two comic strips, I prefer doing print comic strips because I feel limited whenever I make comics on my PC due to not having the correct resources I need to make them how I truly want them … Continue reading

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