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Final Web Comic: Eddie Abellar

For my final web comic, I decided to create my own superhero and present it in the class blog on WordPress. My web comic is read from top to bottom, so when people view my web comic on WordPress, the … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic- Joseph Gardner

My website. I really liked the idea of having a full-frame on one page. It makes it so you can put more detail into each frame, and the reader/ viewer can pay more attention to the small things. I used … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Mareenah Galang

I was really interested in a more simplistic vertical webcomic layout, similar to Eroyn Franklin’s. They were very straightforward, simple, and easy to read. This type of layout also kept the focus on the webcomic. I also really liked Scott … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Patrick Istvan

What inspired me the most was the ease of access. With a book or a comic one needs to either go to a library or have physical space to store books. Where as with a web comic access is through … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Zach Morgan

  When we first looked at Scott McCloud’s “The Right Numbers part 1” in class, I really wanted to make a comic that kept zooming in on itself to navigate to the next panel. However, I didn’t really know how … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Nicholas Kawaguchi

Creating this comic for the web presented some new challenges that were quite challenging. The top challenge was dealing with the limitations the web possesses. This becomes very apparent when realizing that I had to change from attempting to learn … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Jake Bailey

Link to my web comic: https://thewebcomicadventure.weebly.com/ For my comic once I decided that I was going to do the choose your own adventure idea as my comic style, being on the web made it a lot easier to enact. Being … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Kristine Zorn

I’ve have read a lot of webcomics on my phone and found that I always enjoyed scrolling vertically through the comic, especially when the comic and webpage were designed to have no gaps in between images. I knew right from … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Bruno Signorelli

The ability of not doing a traditional left to right reading style inspired me for this project because I wanted to try something different. Also having it be on web also allowed me to work with things like a scrolling … Continue reading

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Final Web Comic: Cierra Haken

In class, when we began to look at and read web comics, I was really inspired by Scott McCloud’s “the right number part one and two.” The way this comic zoomed in on each panel to pull the viewer into … Continue reading

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