Category Archives: Living in Line

Living in Line: Daniel Blanchard

For the week 13 comic strip I decided to use a little bit of my imagination. for the story of the comic, I wanted to have something that showed emotions in other ways than words. So for this strip, I … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living In Line: Anh Ngo

In Chapter 5: Living in Line, from Steve McCloud’s Understanding Coming, McCloud discussed the idea of how visibility/invisibility of lines helps portray emotions and effects within art. After learning that, I wanted to play with emotions within my comic using … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living in Line: Ivan Franco

With this comic I wanted to do a simple story that had a satisfying twist at the end. For this comic nothing much happens except the bomb exploding. But in the third panel I wanted to subvert expectations and have … Continue reading

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Weekly Comic: Living in Line: Henry Igwala

For blog I have decided to create some type of abstract comic to display emotions using lines and contrast. The emotions that I wanted to convey invisibly were happiness and sadness. I wanted to tell a story of how people … Continue reading

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Living in Line: Daylon Hicks

My strategy for my Week 13 comic is to correlate my ideas for the comic and Scott McCloud idea of “the invisible realm of senses and emotions.” The emotions that I want to convey in this comic will be about anger and confused because of the coronavirus. My idea for this … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living in Line: Ben Apostol

My comic that is representative of the lessons learned in “Living in Line” was inspired by some of the descriptions given within the chapter. Since I needed to incorporate emotion into my comic, I wanted to give a whole spectrum … Continue reading

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Living In Line: Zackary Reynolds

For my first weekly comic I based it off my mornings. I usually have my alarm go off two times in the morning. The first alarm at 7:00 and the second one at 7:05 to remind me to get up. I was hoping to convey the … Continue reading

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Living In Line: Jaclyn Seifert

There was a lot to learn from Chapter 5: “Living in Line” and honestly felt it was one of the more beneficial chapters as we all become better creative thinkers. When reading, and I believe you touched on this as … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living in Line: Alexandria Bachmann

I was attempting to convey the progression of time and expectation. On the left side of the page I wanted to represent youth, beginnings, exploration, and a lack of definition and clarity. In contrast on the right side I wanted … Continue reading

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Weekly Comic: Living in Line: Ethan Miller

For this week we created a comic that showcased inspiration from Scott McCloud’s Living in Line chapter of his book. The senses I was trying to convey with my comic that are otherwise invisible was anxiety on the guy’s face … Continue reading

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