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2Pac “White Mans World”   [Sample from Malcolm X (1992)] “You go bustin’ your fist against a stone wall. You’re not usin’ your brain. That’s what the white man wants you to do. Look at you! What makes you ashamed of bein’ … Continue reading

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Javin Nash – Hierarchy

  For my second project “Project 2: Poster Comics” I will be telling a story about my life growing up in across America, resulting in my final destination where I spent the last seven years in Seattle Washington. I will … Continue reading

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Javin Nash – Layers

  On page 68-69 in “And the Pursuit of Happiness” by Maira Kalman she illustrated temporal layers. Temporal Layers are overlapping forms, images, and text blocks that suggest depth and motion. In one of the pictures above there is what … Continue reading

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Javin Nash – Texture

In “What It Is” by Lynda Barry on page 9 she illustrates texture beautifully in my opinion. At first I could not tell if the butterfly was concrete texture that I was observing or if the creature was real until … Continue reading

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Color – Javin Nash

  In this comic I noticed that there were images very similar to the one I chose. I noticed that this picture had three defining colors that stood out to me: pink, purple and blue. I learned from reading Graphic … Continue reading

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Time and Motion – Javin Nash

Motion is a kind of change and change takes place in time. This picture exemplifies this because the character is falling in space and as he falls his body is getting closer to the bottom of the black square or … Continue reading

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Javin Nash – Scale

  From my understanding scale can be subjective and objective. Subjectively scales reflects one person’s impression of an object’s true size. For an example on page 44 in What It Is there is a black crow that almost fills the … Continue reading

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Javin Nash – Framing

I found this series of comics to demonstrate framing exceptionally well. There is implied  and point of view framing from a wide angle to a close up to the characters face. In class Ms. Becker said a “good design is … Continue reading

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Javin Nash: Point Line Plane

From these pages in the comic book “Perfect Example” my eyes move left to right starting at the top left hand corner to the bottom right hand corner. I feel as if this is the typical way Americans make comics easy … Continue reading

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Formstorming: Javin Nash

  Ellen Lupton and Jennifer Cole Phillips describe the term “formstorming” as an act of visual thinking to unlock and deepen solutions to design problems. In the second edition of Graphic Design the New Basics, they say formstorming moves the maker through … Continue reading

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