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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Trent Madison

The comic that I created was interdependent on the text and images. It starts by showing a character with a panicked expression on his face but you would not know why he was worried unless i put the bold text … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Show and Tell: Anthony Sanchez

My comics uses interdependent word picture combinations by using a duo specific comic style. With this comic I believe I captured the style well because both the comic and the word combination show the exact same meaning. And made the … Continue reading

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Living in Line: Daniel Blanchard

For the week 13 comic strip I decided to use a little bit of my imagination. for the story of the comic, I wanted to have something that showed emotions in other ways than words. So for this strip, I … Continue reading

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Weekly Comic: Living in Line: Anthony Sanchez

For this week’s comic I wanted to make sure I capture the prompt well with Scott McClouds “Living in Line” chapter. In order to do this, I thought about showing the main characters passion to run by being persuaded by … Continue reading

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weekly blog: living in line: Trent Madison

With the lines I used, I hope to convey a sense of confusion or being unsure in the top right panel of my comic and almost  a sense of realization in the next panel from that one. In the top … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living In Line: Brady Davis

For my comic, I went with the digital route as I’m more comfortable and feel like I can make something much more visually satisfying with a keyboard and mouse than I can by hand. The concept of line is interesting … Continue reading

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Graphic novel review: Henry Igwala

The graphic novel that I chose to read was American born Chinese by Guen Lueng Lang. This was a unique novel as it had 3 different storylines, which were random and unrelated to each other until the end.  The first … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog: Living in Line Kirk Brown

This week I attempted to convey emotion through the line work in my comic. The theme I chose for this comic is regarding senior classes and the climate in which they graduated. More specifically, I took historical moments in American … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Jaclyn Seifert

The book I chose to read was a graphic novel called American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang. Only about 250 pages, it was a pretty short read and I had to check it out from the Neill Public Library … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Nick Caton

The comic I chose that I liked was this comic by Peter Bagge. I liked this comic because it is old and had a lot of vulgar language you wouldn’t see today. I think it shows how people used to … Continue reading

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