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Day 5: Comic Kraze @ the Wolfsonian

We finally had enough work done that we started to get finished projects up on the blog! Most students finished their pictureless comics, scanned them, cleaned them up, and posted them. It’s a pretty great-looking bunch of pages, so check them out.

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Days 3 & 4: Comic Kraze @ the Wolfsonian

This week’s main project: a one sheet micro-mini utilizing a real location in Miami Beach. We figured out the proportions for a 150% larger original size, and the students laid out 8 pages in their sketchbooks, and went out drawing with Caiphus in the afternoon.

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Student guide chapter 14: Comics in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

Learn a straightforward scanning technique for high-quality line art, as well how to use the mysterious proportion wheel.

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Teacher’s guide chapter 14: Comics in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

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14.1 Producing reproductions If you have a classroom set-up or a nearby computer lab where you can demonstrate scanning using a projector, you’re all set. Otherwise you’ll probably need to assign this as a reading/activity to be done at home or in a computer lab. Consider having students e-mail you tiffs of their scans. You Read More

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