Category Archives: Final Digital Comics Collage

Final Digital Comic Collage: Zach Morgan

In this post, I pay homage to my inspirations through digitizing physical materials and curating graphic art in a Digital Comics Collage. Clothing brands, sports teams, musicians, and movies are all inspirations of mine that are present in this collage. … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Joseph Alonso

The first thing that I scanned when preparing for this project was a piece of duct-tape.  I didn’t even know what I was going to go for in my final project.  The second thing I scanned was the chain on … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage Arron Borja

I believe that my comic does fit into McCloud’s definition: “Juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence, intended to convey information and/or to produce an aesthetic response in the viewer”. I believe this because my comic is a sequence … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Brayden Jacobs

“Juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence, intended to convey information and/or produce an aesthetic response in the viewer”. Scott McCloud’s definition of a comic in his book, Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art can fit a wide variety of … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Dane Graves

My Comic Collage is definitely more traditional comic made out of real life materials to create the collage part of its name. In terms of fitting McCloud’s definition of a comic, “Juxtaposed pictorial and other images in a deliberate sequence, … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Patrick Istvan

I made my collage with items that I find dear to me and convey stories and information about me. Each item says something about my background even though the meaning may not be obvious. I hope that my collage can … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comics Collage: Peter Dowell

I didn’t really know how to go about making this comic when I first heard about the project, actually I was kind of intimidated by it. I have used Photoshop before and I do have a basic understanding of it, … Continue reading

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Final digital comic collage: Dawson Bolen

Going into this project, I was not sure at all what I was going to create. However, I just kept playing around in Photoshop and by scanning  some items in my room. I had a bunch of pop tart boxes … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Eddie Abellar

My digital comic collage fits Scott McCloud’s definition of a comic because it produces an aesthetic for the viewer to respond to. Although there is no specific sequence to view the collage, the images that were used work together to … Continue reading

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Final Digital Collage Comic: Elora Buschini

I decided to create a collage that focuses on positivity. My idea was for it to look like a note to self reminder to be yourself. I used a quote by Zen Shin that always brightens my day, the quote … Continue reading

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