Author Archives: matthewmollet

Final Poster Project: Matthew Mollet

My inspiration for this poster came from me thinking about my dog back home. I was thinking about what he might enjoy doing, and decided to make my poster about thay. My comic breaks the timeline norm because it does … Continue reading

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Individual Voices: Matthew Mollet

I chose this comic because I thought it was funny and I related to the humor. My uncles are hunters and it reminded me of when I would visit them and watch them prepare their kills, something I was not … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Matthew Mollet

McCloud explains that that interdependent comics need both an image and text to convey their meaning. This short scene from “Crazy Men Comix” shows an evil man (Terrible Fred) being turned into a beast by a sorcerer. While the artwork … Continue reading

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Matthew Mollet: Closure and Time Frames

The time frame shifts from Leonidas charging into battle and cuts to him laying wounded. The timeframe allows for the reader to interpret what happened to him, how many arrows were shot or how far he made it before being … Continue reading

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final Digital Collage Matthew Mollet

My creative motivation came from Lynda Barry’s “What it is”. I liked her rough texture and how she used handwritten letters for her linguistic elements. I had trouble coming up with a topic for my collage so I also used … Continue reading

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Design Elements and Principles: Matthew Mollet

  One of Lovett’s elements this page shows is contrast. The large images are at the center of the black background, emphasizing the pictures of the inanimate objects with faces. The contrast on this page is almost like a movie … Continue reading

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Digital vs Print Comic Matthew Mollet

Creating a digital comic allows the author to edit the image faster, and fine tune their art. Using illustrator, I was able to make the comic quicker, but I could not add all of the small details I could by … Continue reading

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