Character Outfits

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Character Outfits

  1. 1. CHARACTER OUTFITS
  2. 2. JERMAINE SWANSONColours of the Characters Outfits;1. Red: this colour represents passion, desire and war. This colour is included in the characters outfit because from the characters past there was an on going war to free the slaves in capture which was at the time of the slave trade. The passion and desire was to be free from the struggle and to be at peace with the columnists.2. Brown: this colour represents the earth . This colour is included in the characters outfit because from the characters past before being captured and sold as a slave, he owned his own plantation and worked among the earth and the earths creatures.3. Black: this colour represents depth and anger. This colour is used for the characters outfit for two reasons, the first is that the character feels a lot of depth in relation to the topic in the graphic novel and the anger the character feels is towards the prisoner who held him captive and abused him for years.
  3. 3. OLIVER IVES RIDERColours of the Characters Outfits;1. Grey: this colour represents the emotion, sorrow. The character feels sorrow in for himself throughout the graphic novel as he has been imprisoned without explanation but when the prisoner realised the error and crimes he had committed he then feels a great amount of sorrow for the slaves and main character “Jermaine Swanson”.2. Yellow: this colour represents betrayal, dishonesty and cowardness. This character is all of these emotions when first enters the prison cell. This character feels that he has betrayed another human being, this character also feels that he has been dishonest to the other main character, finally the character also feels cowardness when confronted by the main character in this graphic novel.3. Black: this colour represents death and evil. This character represents both of these representations when he discovers a realisation of the damage and hurt he has caused throughout the tragic events of the slave trade.

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