Author Archives: yanirg

Putting It All Together: Yanir Govrin

for this comic I had one main idea and that was to showcase how my brain works and something that happens to me often in one and one conversations even while I am the only one talking. While talking to … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Yanir Govrin

My comic uses a combination of words and pictures to tell a story. On its own the pictures don’t mean much but the words add meaning to the seemingly unconnected pictures. This is additive use of words at it adds … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living In Line: Yanir Govrin

This week we had to make a comic that used concepts from the chapter “Living in line” and had to use these concepts to convey an emotion or feeling. In my comic I used thicker lines and outlining my second … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Yanir Govrin

For my graphic novel I decided to read the first two volumes of the manga Gantz by Hiroya Oku. I decided to read this because my friend owns it and really wanted me to read it. It is about people … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Yanir Govrin

I really liked the art and the idea behind the idea concrete. I personally really like super hero stories and this unique one seemed really interesting to. Because it is only one panel you can’t look at closure but you … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Yanir Govrin

For My Graphic Novel I chose the first volume of the comic Slam Dunk by Takehiko Inoue. 1) For my example of closure I chose the top two panels from the image. This is an example of subject-to-subject as one … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Yanir Govrin

My image fits in to Scott McCloud’s definition very well. I basically made a “standard” comic that has separate panels. I came up with the idea for this comic before I scanned anything so everything is scanned was planned out … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Yanir Govrin

On the first day of scanning I brought in a few candy wrappers. I brought in a wrapper from my favorite chocolate bar from Israel, milk chocolate with pop rocks inside, and the wrapper of an Italian citrus hard candy … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Yanir Govrin

Making the comic by hand and digitally were very different. Over all I preferred the paper comic because I had more flexibility in what I was doing and wasn’t constrained to the parameters of the software I was using. The … Continue reading

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