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Weekly Blog: Living in Line: Alexandria Bachmann

I was attempting to convey the progression of time and expectation. On the left side of the page I wanted to represent youth, beginnings, exploration, and a lack of definition and clarity. In contrast on the right side I wanted … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Alexandria Bachmann

The graphic novel I chose was Delilah Dirk and the King’s Shilling by Tony Cliff. I predominately chose this novel because of the graphic style, story, and the feeling of the paper(as I can’t stand old rough paper…gives me awful … Continue reading

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Final Digital Comics Collage: Alexandria Bachmann

My creative motivations came from taking textures and making something new out of them. I didn’t want to just take an object/scan/texture for what it was i wanted to force it to become something else. The aesthetic experience I was … Continue reading

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Physical to Virtual: Caiden Merritt

My goal for this project is to use objects that help to immerse the reader in the story I will be telling in the comic. I like how the scan turned out; it really shows the dimension and shadowing of … Continue reading

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Physical to virtual: Alexandria Bachmann

The materials I brought to the first Scanning day included different texture cards of metal, wood, and other hard composites. The backings of all the cards were wood and had either burnt engravings, painted lettering, or metal engraving. Additionally I … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital Comic: Alexandria Bachmann

Both my hand drawn and digital drawings were made in similar ways as I use a tablet to draw digitally. The main differences exist in my ability to create straight lines within a digital format more easily, shading/blending is easier, … Continue reading

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Print comic versus Digital comic: Janet Okeago

Making a comic by use of hand was somehow time consuming and it isn’t easy for the reader to understand it clearly because of the handwriting and tiny letters on the other hand, i think the reader would be able … Continue reading

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Comics Continued: Melissa Urueta

The film American Splendor combines two worlds together, it combines the world of comics into a world of film all while telling the story of Harvey Pekar the author to the “American Splendor” comic book series. This film starts by … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Melissa Urueta

1) Reflects on how the future technology described in “Soonish” relates to notions of oral history as you understand them from the StoryCorps project The way  that Kelly Weinersmith, the author of the book Soonish, describes the future of technology is … Continue reading

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