Category Archives: Living in Line

Weekly Blog: Living In Line: Bryce Ames

What I was hoping to convey in my comic for the normally invisible senses is that of the “rank” lines to convey the smell of the trash. The invisible emotion that I was hoping to convey was that of surprise … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living In Line: Nick Caton

This This is a hand drawn comic by me, Nick Caton. For this comic I came up with the idea in my head. I thought about things to draw and this story came to me. I decided to make a … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living In Line: Kylie Michael

The Evolution of Sleeping by Kylie Michael Made May of 2020 This is a hand drawn comic of the Evolution of sleeping. There are many different emotions in my comic. In the first picture you see a baby sleeping. The … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living in Line: Jon Preng

In my week 13 blog about “Living in Line,” I decided to create a visual that represented the current pandemic we’re facing, along with the types of people. I believe there are individuals who take it serious and those who … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living In Line: Maria Alvarez

I wanted to pick a topic where I could show different emotions through my comic. In this comic you can see the emotions; scared, surprised, and confusion. The invisible sense would be distress and panic because of the context. I … Continue reading

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Week Blog: Living in Line: Edgar Martinez

When I was thinking about using lines in this comic I kept coming back to the idea of clean and sharp lines vs rough, messy lines. I am a huge fan of the sketches and despite looking rough that they … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living in Line: Malvin Malai-Harrison

Through this comic, I was wanting to convey a feeling of tension and panic in an intense situation. The motorcycle driver is seen here driving away from something when they look at their fuel gauge and notice that they need … Continue reading

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Living in Line: Sophie Dimry

In “Chapter 5: Living in Line” from “Understanding Comics”, Scott McCloud explains the different ways that artists can convey “the invisible realm of senses and emotions” (135).  In my comic, I did this by manipulating the expressions of my main … Continue reading

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Living in the line: Mitchell Delmage

In my comic, I wanted to convey a lot of craziness. I used a lot of crazy shapes overlapping each other to give the emotion of adrenaline. I used a lot of straight lines to show the character going full … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: “Living in Line” Diana Alonso

For this weeks blog, we had to come up with a comic that used some of the ideas provided in Chapter 5 form “Understanding Comics” and/or from previous chapters read. Although I used some ideas from previous chapters, most of … Continue reading

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