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Illustrating a Comic Book Poem – The Good One

I wanted to develop a character that had obvious shapes. I wanted the character to stand out on the page without being too loud or obtrusive. He is a basic character, but a true one. He reflects the text and … Continue reading

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Illustrating a Comic Book Poem – How Can I Depend on You

I didn’t want to fully express a character within this Comic Book Poem. Therefore we only see the character in close up and a far distance. He remains a stranger in a way and does not introduce himself to the … Continue reading

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Illustrating a Comic Book Poem – A Brilliant Career

For this Comic Book Poem I wanted to show a character and present an event they they could be waiting on. I developed the visuals before the title. I felt the title reflects what is shown within the panels. The … Continue reading

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Illustrating a Comic Book Poem – Infront

Infront is illustrated in a Manga style – although not entirely. I am a big fan of manga and anime and I’ve always shied away from working in this style as it can be a bit overdone. I therefore developed … Continue reading

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Illustrating a Comic Book Poem – Just Like

Just Like uses 3 separate images to present the story. Each image relates to the text that it is next to. For the illustrations I didn’t want to get too precise and wanted a free and easy approach. I think … Continue reading

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Illustrating a Comic Book Poem – Out Come The Wolves

Out Come The Wolves starts with an explicit close up and by the time we reach the third illustrated panel the tables have turned. Here we see a beginning, a middle and an end. The illustrations tie the text together … Continue reading

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Illustrating a Comic Book Poem – A Film

Visually A Film looks at reinterpreting photographs with crude illustrations. I was looking to develop a new style that was not photo-realistic but heavily used fine art photography as an influence. I constantly find myself looking at photographers as a … Continue reading

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