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14 zines2

  1. 1. Step 1: Laying Out Your Zine Creating your storyboard was Step 0.
  2. 2. .The easiest way is to make a mock- up using blank sheets of paper. Then number the pieces of paper and take the zine apart again. You will then have a layout for your own zine.
  3. 3. WRITE THIS WEB SITE DOWN! VERY HELPFUL!!!! http://aisling.net/category/paper/zines/ Sample Standard Zine Layouts
  4. 4. Make a 16 page zine using one piece of folded paper. Cut on the solid lines and fold on the dotted lines. One staple should be enough.
  5. 5. . In a standard half-size zine, you will have 4 pages per sheet of paper, including the cover and the back.
  6. 6. Step 2: Create all the artwork 1. Use your mock-up as a guide to know where to place which pages for your zine. 2. Review all the “rules” from last week! 3. Test your artwork to see how it looks when it is copied at regular intervals throughout this process. You do not want to be caught at the end with something that looks good in the original, but not when copied!
  7. 7. Step 3: Make Copies of Your Zine 1. Make sure pages line up the way you had planned. Make adjustments to the copies accordingly. 2. Trim any extra white around the edges of your copies (and make sure they still line up. 3. After you have done these tests, make five copies of your zine!
  8. 8. Step 4: Figure Out How You Will Bind Your Zine 1. Staples (neatly, directly on the fold) 2. Sewn binding a. Pamphlet b. Side stitch c. Japanese side stitch d. Other ? 3. Folded –no binding (with out without cutting) to fit with assignment, you would still need to attach at least two large pieces of paper together.
  9. 9. . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcuG-CJ2Zc8 Sewn Bindings
  10. 10. . Be sure to use big enough paper that you have a way of copying and adapt it to this assignment! Images by http://www.mcld.co.uk/
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Editor's Notes

  • Show mock up with lights up.
  • This is an eight page zine and way too small, but you could get multiple pages on a sheet of 11” x 17’ paper.
  • I would consider this if you do with 11” x 17” and it opens up into a poster on the back

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