Category Archives: Invisible Emotion

Invisible Emotion: Sydney Seay

This monster-looking creature is created using almost only lines. As McCloud says, this use of lines create emotional and sensual responses in the reader. The lines used by the author in this creation parallel many of the things McCloud says … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Dawson Bolen

The lines in an image can be made to evoke an emotional response or set a certain tone for a viewer. During my visit at the MASC, I looked at many comic books, but one that stood out to me … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Madison Roby

Included in the MASC was one particular comic that I know my father has read, “The Amazing Spider-Man” issue 98 (1973) from Marvel comics. In this particular issue, one use of lines in order to convey senses and emotions occurs … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Dane Graves

I had a hard time finding what I wanted to use as an example of how lines affect viewer perception of senses and emotion. I finally settled on a scene from the Batman vs Catman book. The scene takes place … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Brayden Jacobs

This map of Jerusalem from a 1500 AD book shows a city of history and the troubles its been through. The map on its own would be uninformative without context and, while not in English, the simple basis of labeling … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Kristine Zorn

I picked out several frames from one of the “Crazy Men” comics. There are actually a lot of different types of line quality in this comic. However, the example of line quality that stood out to me most was all … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Justin Pardini

For my time spent in the MASC, I chose to look for interesting comics that had a lot going on, yet still had sequence and understanding within it. The first image I chose came from Zapp, and it shows a … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Jon Klaveano

The comic that I choose to focus on in the Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections was the comic “Crash.” I found this comic inside a collection of comics that one of the staff members at the Manuscripts, Archives, and Special … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Jack Kay

Emotion can be sent to the reader’s mind just by adjusting the line quality. Scott McCloud discusses how the artists can convey information simply by the line quality. In the comic book, Raw, by Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly, there … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Eddie Abellar

The image I chose that conveyed the most emotion through lines was an image out of “The Amazing Spider-Man” found in MASC in the Holland and Terrell library. The image is of Harry Osborne, aka, the Green Goblin. The lines … Continue reading

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