Category Archives: Sample Posts by Students

Final Poster Comic: Ana Maria Alaniz Mendoza

Creative Plan: For starters, even though I did use a left-to-right and top-to-bottom layout, a viewer will not necessarily know that they should read the top half of the page first and the bottom half second unless they are actually looking … Continue reading

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Individual Voices: Kristine Zorn

There were several comics that I enjoyed at the Art Museum Collection Study Center but my favorites were from “Manifesto Items 5” by David Lasky. The zine was a collection of several comics made by David Lasky. What caught my … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Patrick Istvan

For the expressions through line quality I chose to examine a comic book cover from the comic Batman vs Catman. What attracted me to this cover is how everything on the cover is to show hostility and a sinister defiance … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Dane Graves

My Comic Collage is definitely more traditional comic made out of real life materials to create the collage part of its name. In terms of fitting McCloud’s definition of a comic, “Juxtaposed pictorial and other images in a deliberate sequence, … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comics Collage: Peter Dowell

I didn’t really know how to go about making this comic when I first heard about the project, actually I was kind of intimidated by it. I have used Photoshop before and I do have a basic understanding of it, … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Joseph Gardner

My comic fits into Scott McCloud’s definition “Juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence, intended to convey information and/or to produce an aesthetic response in the viewer” (McCloud pg 9) because I told a story through the image alone. … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Dahlia Xie

The first items that I scanned for project one were items that were related to clubs that I have been involved in. I scanned in a Math Olympiad T-Shirt from 5th grade and a KZUU chapstick. They were items that … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Grace Kannberg

Traveling outside of the country is one of the most rewarding experiences that I got to be a part of after graduating from High School. Two weeks after graduating, I boarded on a plane for a month-long adventure that took … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comic Collage: Kristine Zorn

I went with the more traditional idea of what people think when they hear the work comic, meaning that I organized my comic into panels. I would say my comic fits Scott McCloud’s definition because it is composed of a … Continue reading

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Oral History: Emily Bruckner

 The process of this interview went very well, I was able to use an audio recorder of decent quality to record my dad and fortunately we set up the interview in an extremely silent space, I therefore, because of the … Continue reading

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