Author Archives: ohheybrina

Putting It All Together: Sabrina Hoenes

For my final comic I decided to use a different program. Instead of using Illustrator like I had in the previous weeks. I decided to use an application called Procreate. The reason why I decided to change programs is because … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Sabrina Hoenes

For this weeks comic I decided to tell simple story of a lost love. I think my comic uses interdependent word-picture combinations. I believe that without the phrase “I’ll search the universe”, that the comic would not have the same … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living in Line: Sabrina Hoenes

For my comic I just wanted to tell short and somewhat comedic story. In my comic it is about a ghost who wakes up at 3:00 A.M. ( known as the witching hour). The ghost goes to start his night … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Sabrina Hoenes

The graphic novel I decided to review is the manga Beastars written and illustrated by Paru Itagaki. Beastars is an ongoing series, that is currently on its seventeenth volume. I, however have only read the first one. The overall plot … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Sabrina Hoenes

The alternative comic that I looked at during our time at the Collection Study Center is the mini comic called Sorry Sheets by Eroyn Franklin. For elements and design, Franklin uses repetition and different forms of lines. The lines that … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Sabrina Hoenes

The first interesting example of closure I found is located on the right page (pg 14). This page shows examples of scene to scene and subject to subject. I believe it is scene to scene because the first two panels … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Sabrina Hoenes

For my comic I wasn’t entirely to sure what story or experience I wanted to convey. I went back and forth between ideas. Looking back at Lynda Barry’s “What It Is” and taking into consideration Scott McClouds definition of comics, … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Sabrina Hoenes

The materials I brought to the CDC were mostly flat and didn’t have much texture to them. But I did bring a hand embroiled pencil pouch in and decided to use that for one of my first scans. I decided … Continue reading

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Print VS Digital Comic: Sabrina Hoenes

The benefits of a digital comic is that it allows me to make more mistakes and I can experiment more. It allows me to adjust sizes and ratios and to edit as I go. Digital also allows me to play … Continue reading

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