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A big break before Series 10

Comic Book Poems will be taking a break for a long time. Here’s an image of One Day Less. Another Comic Book Poem project. For more updates on my creative work please see – stevenfraserart.com   Advertisements

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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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Writing a Comic Book Poem – The Good One

Imagination and looking to the future. This is what I was looking to convey with this Comic Book Poem. It feels like a nice conclusion to this series. It is optimistic and passionate without being trite or didactic. It is … 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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Writing a Comic Book Poem – How Can I Depend On You

From a writing point of view this is fairly straight forward. It is about leaving and going somewhere new. It is about trying new things and going away without leaving a trace. The difficulty is conveying this visually without appearing … 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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Writing a Comic Book Poem – A Brilliant Career

Time and anticipation are the themes of this Comic Book Poem. This is obvious in the text and is expressed quite succinctly. The title is more of a reference to the visuals which will be explained in the ‘Illustrating a … Continue reading

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