Category Archives: Sample Posts by Students

Putting It All Together: Anthony Sanchez

For my final comic and last blog post I really wanted my comic to reflect and express my individuality in a unique way. As a person I’m very calm and mellow. But like everyone else there are times where I … Continue reading

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Putting It All Together: Korie Cedre

For my final comic, I decided to not only take a bit more time and thought into my comic, but to incorporate a bit of myself as well. The general idea of the comic is someone missing their significant other … Continue reading

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Putting it All Together: Sophie Dimry

For my final comic I thought about individuality and what makes us individuals. Scott McCloud thought of individuality in the way that “no other human being can ever know what it’s like to be you from the inside,” (McCloud, 194). … Continue reading

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Putting It All Together: Jasper Contreras

Compared to my last two weekly comics, this is something completely different. Where I was basically just talking about my rediscovery of my love for anime since quarantine began, this time around I decided to actually think of a story. … Continue reading

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Putting it all together: Edgar Martinez

When we were tasked to create a comic about our own individuality I was stumped. This is a question that always stops me in my tracks as I never know what makes me well me, I often overthink it and … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Jennifer Engelke

I chose to make a comic this week that displayed the interdependent word-picture combinations concept of parallel. Parallel is when “words and pictures seem to follow very different courses” according to Scott McCloud. I showed this in my first 4 … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Shira Feinberg

My comic this week looks takes a look into the stars and the beauty of the universe through the lens of two people. Although we do not see the people, we can see their conversation between one another. This is … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Jasper Contreras

Similar to last weeks comic, with all the quarantine and social distancing, I’ve found more time being alone than I’m used to. This sparked another comic of me continuously watching more anime since streaming services is about all the entertainment … 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: 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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