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Comicstrip

  1. 1. Comics<br />Cartooning is an art form<br />
  2. 2. What is a comic strip?<br />A comic strip is a sequence of cartoons that tells a story, often humorous, though action-adventure, science fiction and soap opera-like dramas are also popular. Strips are written and drawn by a comics artist or cartoonist, and many are published on a recurring basis – usually daily or weekly – in newspapers and on the internet. <br />
  3. 3. Roy Lichtenstein madecomics into fine art…<br />
  4. 4. Types of Comics:<br /><ul><li>Political Cartoons
  5. 5. Graphic Novels
  6. 6. Single Blocks
  7. 7. Strips</li></li></ul><li>Features of a Comic Strip:<br />Header<br />Divided Spaces – blocks<br />Word bubbles<br />Outlined images<br />Bold colors<br />
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  15. 15. Assignment:<br />Identify a memory from your trip to Stokes that helped to develop a connection between you and the group.<br />Sketch the characters involved in the event <br />Sketch the setting for the event<br />Create a catchy title for the comic strip that tells the main idea of the event<br />Write a brief description of the event – think in terms of word bubbles<br />Design a header that will include your title<br />Divide your space into blocks<br />Draw your strip, outline in marker, color with colored pencil<br />
  16. 16. Requirements: <br />Your comic must include yourself and at least one other person<br />The combination of your images and words should clearly explain the event to the viewer<br />You must have a minimum of 5 blocks to tell your story<br />

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