Author Archives: trentmadison

Putting It All Together: Trent Madison

Though it could be argued that my comic is not something particularly about myself, it can be personalized when i give it context. My comic illustrates life prior to Covid-19  as  being somewhat peaceful and  not much happening in my … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Trent Madison

The comic that I created was interdependent on the text and images. It starts by showing a character with a panicked expression on his face but you would not know why he was worried unless i put the bold text … Continue reading

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weekly blog: living in line: Trent Madison

With the lines I used, I hope to convey a sense of confusion or being unsure in the top right panel of my comic and almost  a sense of realization in the next panel from that one. In the top … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Trent Madison

I read “The Case of The Missing Men” By Kris Bertin and Alexander Forbes. This book was about a group of teens ( Dana, Denny, Sam) in a teen detective club, who try to investigate different mysteries. Throughout the book … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Trent Madison

One Example I saw at the show on museum on Tuesday was the piece by Pete Bagge. This comic used boxes that were all the same size. There was no color used on this comic. He balanced the elements in … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Trent Madison

  When we learned about scanning in the CDSC, I was unsure of what i had that is meaningful to me. After I thought about it for several days, I figured out i just wanted to let people know more … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Trent Madison

The objects I brought to scan were a polaroid picture of me and my siblings, a tag from a pair of shoes that i have, a tag from a sweatshirt, and my student ID. I will consider bringing a basketball … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Trent Madison

Drawing the comic by hand for the first assignment was a bit challenging for me because i was unsure what to even draw that would tell something about myself, so i drew a comic that was about my major and … Continue reading

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