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  • 1. by Lynn Wang Lee E-comics
  • 2.
    • What’s “comics”?
    • Comics is a in which images convey a
    • .
    Background Introduction of comics graphic medium sequential narrative 19th century began to take form European and American artists in the early 20th century the newspaper comic strip United States
  • 3. Characters (personalities/relationships) How about their personalities? Student Judy Student Sam Teacher Annie Student Steven Student Linda
  • 4. During the class, the teacher brought up a brief work . The first student ,Steven, said……
  • 5. Sam was the second one…… Then, it was Linda’s turn.
  • 6. The last one — Judy!
  • 7. source of inspiration Senior high school life Pressure Make joke at each other A lot of fun stories Creativity Combination of some special classmates
  • 8. Difficulties and Discoveries web tools Keep trying Great possibilities content Keep thinking Creativity knowledge Internet Charming part of comics
  • 9. Short comics of Nancy
  • 10. Relevance to life THINK OBSERVE IMAGE FEEL IDEA GREAT WORK
  • 11.
    • http://joshreads.com/?p=3
    • http://santasworkingovertime.blogspot.com/2008/11/christmas-comics-peanuts-dec-22-24-1956.html
    • http://lambiek.net/artists/s/scott_jerry.htm
    • http://thebodaciousbelgradeblog.wordpress.com/2008/09/22/the-5-greatest-newspaper-comic-strips-of-all-time/
    • http://org/33__Chuck_and_Snoopy,_Peanuts_Comic_Strip.htm
    • http://www.google.com.tw/imgres?imgurl=http://webhost.bridgew.edu/phayesboh/nancy.gif&imgrefurl=http://webhost.bridgew.edu/phayesboh/librarians.htm&usg
    • http://www.fwallpapers.net/snoopy-13.html
    Reference
  • 12.
    • Question
    • Answer
    • Conception
    Thanks for your listening The End