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Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
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Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
Visual communication and Cartoons
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  • 1. “Donuts. Is there nothing they can’t do?” Matt Groening, 1954– Cartoonist, Writer, Producer
  • 2. Prepared by Danielle Oser, APR
  • 3. Based the Simpson’s characters on family members
  • 4. First Aired 12/1989 Example of Social Satire Longest Running Sitcom on TV
  • 5. Simpson’s style is intentionally elementary – cheap and fast to produce
  • 6. Single-Framed Cartoons
  • 7. • Egyptian Paintings Egyptian Mural
  • 8. 1700 years ago
  • 9. An example of an early multiframe cartoon 1000 years ago: 1.6 x 230 feet
  • 10. Bayeux Tapestry, 1067
  • 11. Day of the Dead
  • 12. Single frame cartoons intended to ridicule individuals by portraying them with exaggerated but recognizable human faces
  • 13. Leonardo Da Vinci
  • 14. Annibale Carracci
  • 15. David Levine
  • 16. A Harlot’s Progress William Hogarth: English
  • 17. First American color comic strip, Hogan’s Alley Yellow Kid
  • 18. Joseph Pulitzer And William Randolph Hearst competition over Richard Outcault led to the term
  • 19. First English Political Cartoonist
  • 20. Benjamin Franklin
  • 21. Little Boney James Gillray
  • 22. Boss Tweed Thomas Nast
  • 23. Cartoonist responsible for the elephant symbol used by the Republican party
  • 24. Drew cartoons for the WWII publication, Stars and Stripes
  • 25. Civil Rights Era
  • 26. Present Day Issues http://conradprojects.com/
  • 27. Charles Shultz
  • 28. The two major comic companies
  • 29. Developed by Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster
  • 30. Stan Lee and Steve Ditko creators
  • 31. William Gaines
  • 32. Comic books in Japan and Asia
  • 33. Graphic novel developed by the Naval Health Research Center to help corpsmen deal with the stress of combat
  • 34. Gary Larson
  • 35. .. • • .. •
  • 36. Technique used to move action from one frame to another – also used by motion picture directors
  • 37. When used for dialogue balloons has a complex semiotic structure that viewers must learn to interpret
  • 38. Homer Simpson’s large belly is an example of assimilation where features are exaggerated, usually for stereotypical effect
  • 39. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kk36qmiVBWw
  • 40. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHw0VYbsr4c
  • 41. Eadweard Muybridge’s Zoopraxiscope
  • 42. Require –24 frames per second
  • 43. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UY40DHs9vc4
  • 44. Original name was Mortimer
  • 45. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBgghnQF6E4
  • 46. http://looneytunes.kidswb.com/
  • 47. Hanna & Barbera
  • 48. http://www.metacafe.com/watch/20074/banned_commercials_1 961_flintstones_cartoon_winston_cigarett/
  • 49. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJCfUm21BsI
  • 50. Nick Park
  • 51. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j35td5-GivY
  • 52. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Izb6rKX28bM
  • 53. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LO3n67BQvh0
  • 54. Limited Animation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79IrH4lCc5s
  • 55. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uk2DeTet98o
  • 56. Model
  • 57. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnE64DbnUzY
  • 58. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRrZXNNBMUY
  • 59. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFCIaMyMORg
  • 60. Avatar (2009) Director: James Cameron
  • 61. http://www.jibjab.com/st_patricks_day/cards
  • 62. More Graphic Novels And Comic Books
  • 63. Sarah Glidden
  • 64. Ethical issue for cartoons represented by children begging to toys based on cartoon characters

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