Author Archives: Bruno Signorelli

Graphic Novel Review: Bruno Signorelli

Watchmen begins with the murder of Edward Blake, who was a retired masked hero. One of his colleagues Rorschach decides to investigate the murder himself, because he believes the murder is part of a larger plan to kill all masked … Continue reading

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Final Poster Comic: Bruno Signorelli

I struggled a lot to figure out what I wanted to do for this project, and I really didn’t know what I was going to do until I sat down and started working on Illustrator. I started off with the … Continue reading

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Individual Voices: Bruno Signorelli

I chose this because I really enjoyed the style of the work and drawing. I also liked the concept of the entire book. Each 2 pages contained there own story in a way with the first page containing text that … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Bruno Signorelli

This comic book is a great example of how line can have an effect on a reader. The entire comic book really does this well, and the emotion I believe it is able to make the reader feel the most … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Bruno Signorelli

These two panels show closure in the form of action to action. This is the case because in the first panel we see the subject drinking his coffee, and in the next panel he is handing his coffee to someone. … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Bruno Signorelli

My comics fits Scott McCloud’s definition of a comic because my images are in a deliberate sequence, and provide information to the viewer, which in my case is the journey that my subject goes through in the image. It also … Continue reading

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Design Elements and Principles: Bruno Signorelli

One design element that this page in Scott McCloud’s book Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art is gradation. Although McCloud doesn’t do it in the traditional way of shading a portion of the image dark to light or light to dark, McCloud … Continue reading

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Physical vs Virtual: Bruno Signorelli

The items that I brought to the CDSC visit were just three cutouts from magazine. None were specific just random images that I found interesting when I saw them. I do really like the idea of scanning something from a … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Bruno Signorelli

Making the hand drawn comic was a more comfortable and easier experience for me. I believe this was the case because with a pencil and paper even though I am not that good at drawing I feel more comfortable and … Continue reading

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