Category Archives: Sample Posts by Students

Texture: Cora Kline

Linda Barry uses texture in several different ways on this page, both in the literal sense, where if we had the original picture we could feel it, and in implied texture, where it wouldn’t have a noticeable physical difference, but … Continue reading

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Color: Hak Do

  Color can show a lot about any image. it can be used to guide the reader’s eye, it can be used to set a focus point in the image, or it can be used to tell a story. In … Continue reading

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Color: Jasmin Negrete

In Chris Ware’s graphic novel, “Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth” there are many  different examples of how multiple colors interact with on anther. On this specific page, you can see the contrast between the gloomy gray color and the … Continue reading

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Color: Aaron Scofield

In their book, Graphic Design: The New Basics, Ellen Lupton and Jennifer Cole Phillips discuss how color can set a mood or environment in a graphic novel or can simply make one object stand out more than another. Lynda Barry uses different hues … Continue reading

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Color: Mikah Chan

  Within the world of design, color is a powerful tool in building and conveying a message towards an audience to create specific reactions or feelings. Different hues, values, and intensities make similar colors different from each other for specific … Continue reading

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Time & Motion: Aaron Scofield

In their book, Graphic Design: The New Basics, Ellen Lupton and Jennifer Cole Phillips discuss the close relationship between time and motion and how those two connect particularly in graphic design and comic books. They are closely related because motion is the passing or … Continue reading

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Time and Motion: Hak Do

  In the book “Graphic Design The New Basics” by Ellen Lupton and Jennifer Cole Phillips time and motion are defined as being closely related. It’s any word or image that move functions both spatially and temporally. In page 171 … Continue reading

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Time & Motion: Mikah Chan

When talking about time and motion, this image stood out to me. The way this particular comic shows how time is moving and the way motion is implied is very interesting. With the work consisting of static drawings and frames, … Continue reading

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Time & Motion: Jasmin Negrete

In “Graphic Design: The New Basic”, Ellen Lupton and Jennifer C. Phillips discuss the concept of Time and Motion, and how a still image can have implied motion. In their novel they state,”Motion can be implied as well as literal…Artists … Continue reading

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Time & Motion: Theodore Nikolov

Movement can be created in numerous ways by popular artists and designers, what really captured my interest from this specific page from Batman is how artists Archie Goodwin and Alex Toth manage to display different ways to imply motion on … Continue reading

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