Author Archives: jaclynseifert

About jaclynseifert

Hi! My name is Jaclyn Seifert and I attended Kennedy Catholic high school in Burien, Washington. Throughout high school I was involved in a number of different activities and leadership roles including ASB, Choir President, Varsity Soccer Captain, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Tennis, and a retreat leader. I most recently became apart of the WSU Greek Life and joined the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority here on Campus. Also, I am planning on majoring in Communications and double minoring in Computer Science and Business Marketing.

Putting It All Together: Jaclyn Seifert

I’m not sure why this blog post is sentimental, but it sure is rewarding to finish off the semester on a project I am proud of. I’ll be the first to say it, but using Illustrator is not easy. I … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show & Tell: Jaclyn Seifert

For this week’s comic, the comic I created uses interdependent word-picture combination by utilizing an equal balance between showing while also telling pictures and words. My comic tells the story of the month of March and the extreme disappointment I felt … Continue reading

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Living In Line: Jaclyn Seifert

There was a lot to learn from Chapter 5: “Living in Line” and honestly felt it was one of the more beneficial chapters as we all become better creative thinkers. When reading, and I believe you touched on this as … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Jaclyn Seifert

The book I chose to read was a graphic novel called American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang. Only about 250 pages, it was a pretty short read and I had to check it out from the Neill Public Library … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Jaclyn Seifert

  The example I chose to write about was one from David Lasky. Lasky, an artist from Seattle has been drawing comics and writing for over 20 years. The Northwest Alternative comics selected artist who was willing to reinvent the … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Jaclyn Seifert

After an unfortunate search in the WSU library, the graphic novel that appealed to me was from Neil Public Library called American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang. That is mostly the entire reason why this blog post is late, … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Jaclyn Seifert

Motivations My creative motivations and aesthetic experiences I hope viewers first examine from my collage are that it is a comic of my life. That is pretty simple to examine and a lot of my inspiration came from two specific … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Jaclyn Seifert

While I may not always have the vision that my classmates see in their own workspaces,  my understanding of textural space is good news, improving. In Chapter 7, Scott Mccloud tells us that “Art, as I see it, is any … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Jaclyn Seifert

My experience making a comic by hand versus using a digital tool was drastically different. Although there were benefits when creating both, I personally enjoyed the digital tool better. In class so far, I think it is important to note … Continue reading

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