Category Archives: 201 Blog

Final Web Comic: Ana Maria Alaniz Mendoza

Here is the link to the full comic: Final Web Comic The current possibilities of my webcomic include scrolling down a single file group of two scenes where multiple parts of the comic can be analyzed at once. Viewers also … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Maria Alvarez

For my webcomic, I struggled a lot since my original plan was to use HTML. I was not able to master the program as well as I wanted so I decided to create a GIF. I at first created a … Continue reading

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Web Comic: The Anxious Astronaut by Zach Morgan

         

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Web Comic: Joseph Alonso

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Web Comic – Maria Alvarez

A Bunnies Tale By Maria Alvarez

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Web Comic: Emily Bartholomew

My idea behind my webcomic was just by looking up some different types of webcomics on the internet and building an idea from there. The limitations that I had while making this comic was my creativity and art skills, that … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Bailey Tompkins

I was inspired to make a GIF after viewing Eroyn Franklin’s comic called “Long-Term Relationship”. I was interested in making a GIF because I felt that it fully utilized the concept of web viewing. GIF’s are unique because of their … Continue reading

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Glass Half Full: By Bailey Tompkins

  ~ May Your Glass Always be Half Full ~  

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Final Web Comic: Madison Roby

My Webcomic: https://madisonroby.wixsite.com/webcomic My Process and Inspiration In my own personal experience, I have preferred screen reading over physical reading in the realm of comics due to things like intractability, color quality, and the ability to easily take and view … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Helena Matheson

I really like how my final project has turned out. I think that it being on a website with scrolling made it very interactive and made it seem like she was actually falling. I also thought using a cloud background … Continue reading

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