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Final Web Comic: Jack Kay

When creating my online comic, I first thought about coding it myself with HTML and CSS, but both were rather difficult. I struggled figuring out how codes transferred over to my actual website. It was not until the class sharing … Continue reading

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Final Poster Comic: Jack Kay

With a wide array of options on how to create my comic, the first idea that came to my mind was doing a cops and robber scene. I love chase scenes in movies so I tried to create a scene … Continue reading

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Individual Voices: Jack Kay

While searching through the many zines at the art building, I stumbled upon a book called, “Another Glorious Day at the Nothing Factory.” The books cover intrigued me because it displayed someone pulling a boat while on the backside there … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Jack Kay

Emotion can be sent to the reader’s mind just by adjusting the line quality. Scott McCloud discusses how the artists can convey information simply by the line quality. In the comic book, Raw, by Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly, there … Continue reading

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Closure & Time Frames: Jack Kay

When picking out items, I always look for the most nostalgic items and upon looking for a graphic novel I stumbled upon the Charles M. Schulz “Peanuts” series. Just picking up this book sent my brain back to when I … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comics Collage: Jack Kay

For my collage, I looked into trying to blend in the different materials into one aesthetically pleasing picture. I started with the background being a buttoned down shirt that I had. The design on the shirt is very complex and … Continue reading

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Design Elements and Principles: Jack Kay

Scott McCloud and John Lovett are similar in Many ways when designing a comic or picture. The two artists can make a 2D visual into a new design that the reader can feel on multiple senses. McCloud’s book, “understanding Comics,” … Continue reading

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Blog 2: Physical to Virtual – Jack Kay

For my blog this week, I chose to just pick things out of my pocket that I had. I used my keys which have many other uses other than just to drive and I just had matches on me. I … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Jack Kay

Picking up an expo marker and putting it on lined paper was a very simplistic task. It was easy enough to create within a couple minutes, while also describing my whole life in 6 squares. The perks to drawing a … Continue reading

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