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Comic elements 2
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Comic elements 2

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  • 1. Who was this drawnby? This is an example ofwhat type of comic?(Comedy, political,action,autobiographical, orromance?) What is the conflictin this comic?
  • 2. Close-upsWhen thecomic artistfocuses in onsomethingto make itthe focalpoint.
  • 3. What is thefocal point inthis firstframe?
  • 4. Zoom out When thingsin a picturelook far awayin order tofocus on thesetting.
  • 5. What is thiscomic bookartist trying tofocus on?Why do you thinkthey arefocusing on this?
  • 6. OnomatopoeiaWhen a wordrepresents anoise, likebang, drip, orbump.
  • 7. What noise is inthis picture?
  • 8. Movement LinesLines that show thatsomething is moving
  • 9. Where do you see an example ofonomatopoeia?Who is thinking?Who is talking?Where do you see movement lines?What is moving?

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