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Archives visit: Noah Martin

The example that I have chosen from our visit to the library archives comes from a 15th century book. This Book is titled “Legenda aurea sanctorum sive Lombaridica historia” A German book written in 1488. The main elements in this … Continue reading

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Hierarchy: Noah Martin

For my poster comic I will mainly focus on my family and my friends. I am one of the only people from my hometown who goes to school here at WSU so I think that where I am from is … Continue reading

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Layers: Noah Martin

Layers are the overlapping components that create something. Layers can be used in many ways such as music, digital art and paintings. Layering can show emphasis or show sequence in an image. In graphic design programs like Photoshop layers are … Continue reading

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Texture: Noah Martin

Texture is “the tactile grain of surfaces and substances” according to Graphic design the new basics. Texture can be created physically and virtually, for example a wood carving has physical texture and a painting of a landscape has virtual texture. … Continue reading

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Color: Noah Martin

This image is a page from Lynda Barry’s graphic novel “what it is”. Color in an image is very important because it can set a tone as well as tell a narrative for the story.  This image mostly uses shades … Continue reading

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Scale: Noah Martin

Scale is always important in design it determines the size of the work itself and gives context to the content. According to “graphic design: the new basics” there are 2 ways of referring to scale, objective and subjective. Objective scale … Continue reading

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Framing: Noah Martin

The image I have selected is a page from the graphic novel “Zoo” by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge. This image uses framing in multiple ways to effectively present the images in a unique way. The page has black and … Continue reading

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Point Line and Plane: Noah Martin

I have chosen to analyze a section of a graphic novel that was available in the CDSC during Thursday’s class. This was one of four illustrations on a large fold able 4 panel board. Each image showed the same building … Continue reading

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