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Final Web Comic: Min Kim

Website: https://jminkikim.wixsite.com/webcomicdtc201 The web presentation format allowed me to present my work in a vertical scroll down style that I have always wanted to try, since I read a lot of Webtoons (which are there scroll down web comics it … Continue reading

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Final Poster Comic: Min Kim

When creating my comic, I wondered how to create an interesting layout that challenged the typical top-to-bottom expectation. To achieve this, I set the background with a large borderless panel in which the comic was shaped around. In addition, it challenges … Continue reading

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Individual Voices: Min Kim

During the visit to the WSU Art Museum Collection Study Center, there were an array of comics by many different artists. Looking around the the diverse works, I stumbled upon Taylor Dow’s short strip called, “Abruption.” It was a short … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Min Kim

In this page of  “Crash”, there is a hectic mess of oil, collided cars, and passengers as man in a shanty kart zooms across. As explored in Scott McCloud’s explanation of lines and how they convey meaning, the lines in … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Min Kim

When thinking about closure and time frames, “The Killing Joke” offers and portrays many excellent instances of these techniques. “The Killing Joke” is an iconic graphic novel and one of its most notable scenes is the final page. As Batman … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Min Kim

When thinking about my collage and specifically the message I wanted to convey, I decided to do an aesthetic representation and reflection of myself on the first few assignments of this course: digital and hand-drawn comics. Beginning with Scott McCloud’s … Continue reading

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Design Elements and Principles: Min Kim

Beginning in chapter one of Scott McCloud’s novel, we are introduced to the broad scope of comics we recognize that are depicted on panels of an enormous globe. As McCloud brings into question what exactly a comic is, in a … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Min Kim

The materials I initially brought to the first day of scanning were doodles I had drawn in my personal journal and when I though about scanning materials, I limited myself into thinking I had to bring flat objects. After class … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Min Kim

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