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Physical to Virtual: Emily Bartholomew

On the first day of the CDCS, I brought a sticker, a polaroid picture, and a piece of fabric. After I left the class, I decided that those weren’t the best things to use for this project. When I got … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Joseph Gardner

On the first day that we visited the CDSC, I brought a bag filled with a dollar bill, a printed out picture with a label that says August, a quarter, and a wreath made up of paper circles. I ended … Continue reading

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Physical​ to Virtual : Ana Maria Alaniz Mendoza

On our first day of scanning, I brought my Hawaiian pineapple shirt and a lace scarf. First, I just wanted to have items that had unique fabric texture and patterns. The dainty little pineapples on the shirt, as well as … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Zach Morgan

The three items I brought to the CDSC were a wood block, mouse pad, and my hammock; none of which are in the attached images. One thing that attracted me to each of these objects is texture. In the wood … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual Sydney Seay

For our first day scanning at the CDSC I brought a scrunchie that had one of my favorite patterns on it, along with a metallic palm tree notebook and a floral t-shirt. I decided I did not want to digitize … Continue reading

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Print VS Digital Comic: Dawson Bolen

I sketched the comic on the left by hand while I created the comic on the right using Adobe Illustrator. Hand drawing enables an artist to customize their artwork with their own unique style which is harder to accomplish in … Continue reading

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Print Verses Digital Comic: Elora Buschini

My digital and print comics are very similar. I used my print copy in order to make my digital copy which helped me to have a better finished design for my characters now. The difference is the digital one has … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Zach Morgan

Coming into DTC 201, I had already taken a class in high school that utilized Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics,so I came in feeling very comfortable with the topic of comics. However, I did not come into the course feeling comfortable … Continue reading

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Digital vs Print Comic Matthew Mollet

Creating a digital comic allows the author to edit the image faster, and fine tune their art. Using illustrator, I was able to make the comic quicker, but I could not add all of the small details I could by … Continue reading

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