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Comic 1st eso

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Comic 1st eso

  1. 1. COMIC
  2. 2. ORIGIN DEFINITION CREATING CHARACTERS KEY COMPONENTS A.- ICONIC A.1.- PANELS (viñetas) A.2.- SHOTS (Planos) A.3.- ANGLES (puntos de vista) A.4.- STEREOTYPE CHARACTERS (estereotipos) A.5.- MOTION (símbolos cinéticos) A.6.- EMANATAS (metáforas visualizadas) B.- LITERARY B.1.- TEXT CONTAINERS (contenedores de texto) B.2.- TEXT (texto) B.3.- ONOMATOPEIAS (onomatopeyas) (C- NARRATIVE) (No for 1ºESO)
  3. 3. ORIGIN YELLOW KID’S GRAPHIC NOVEL
  4. 4. HEROES
  5. 5. MASKED HERO FIRST “MANGA” COMIC
  6. 6. SUPERHERO
  7. 7. DEFINITION A narrative (a story) based on a sequence of drawings arranged in interrelated panels and and aimed at a wide audience using a specific code Speech balloons/bubbles onomatopeias Emanatas Motion lines, etc. Garfield – Jim Davis
  8. 8. CREATING CHARACTERS. STUDENT’S ASSIGNMENT
  9. 9. CREATING CHARACTERS. STUDENT’S ASSIGNMENT
  10. 10. CREATING CHARACTERS. STUDENT’S ASSIGNMENT
  11. 11. A.1.- PANELS - The basic unit of a comic book. - We can change its SHAPE and SIZE Blueberry – Jean Giraud KEY COMPONENTS.
  12. 12. El Garaje Hermético – Moebius
  13. 13. Hellboy – Mike Mignola
  14. 14. Hellboy – Mike Mignola
  15. 15. El Garaje Hermético – Moebius
  16. 16. A.2.- SHOTS The amount of SPACE shown in a PANEL - Very Extreme Long Shot (Gran Plano General) - Extreme Long Shot (Plano General) - 1 - Long Shot (Plano de Conjunto) - 2 - Medium Long Shot (Plano Americano) - 3 - Medium Shot (Plano Medio) - 4 - Medium Close-up Shot - 5 - Close-up Shot (Primer Plano) - 6 - Extreme Close-up Shot (Primerísimo Primer Plano) - 7 - Cut in Shot (Plano de detalle)
  17. 17. Very Extreme Long Shot - GRAN PLANO GENERAL Max Fridman – Vittorio Giardino
  18. 18. Extreme Long Shot - PLANO GENERAL Max Fridman – Vittorio Giardino
  19. 19. Long Shot - PLANO DE CONJUNTO Max Fridman – Vittorio Giardino
  20. 20. Medium Long Shot - PLANO AMERICANO Max Fridman – Vittorio Giardino
  21. 21. Medium Shot - PLANO MEDIO Max Fridman – Vittorio Giardino
  22. 22. Close-up Shot - PRIMER PLANO Max Fridman – Vittorio Giardino
  23. 23. Extreme Close-up Shot – PRIMERISIMO PRIMER PLANO
  24. 24. Cut in Shot - PLANO DE DETALLE Max Fridman – Vittorio Giardino
  25. 25. A.3.- ANGLES Where the scene is seen from. - Eye level (Normal) - 3 - High View (Picado) - 2 - Low view (Contrapicado) - 4 - Bird’s eye (Cenital) - 1 - Worm’s eye (Nadir) - 5 - First Person view (Subjetivo) - Impossible (Imposible)
  26. 26. Eye Level - NORMAL Blueberry – Jean Giraud
  27. 27. WORM’S EYE VIEW - NADIR Blueberry – Jean Giraud LOW VIEW – CONTRA PICADO
  28. 28. HIGH VIEW - PICADO Blueberry – Jean Giraud BIRD’S EYE VIEW - CENITAL
  29. 29. 300 – Frank Miller y Lynn VarleyFIRST PERSON VIEW
  30. 30. IMPOSSIBLE Corto Maltés – Hugo Pratt
  31. 31. A.4.- STEREOTYPE CHARACTERS Graphic signs that help us to know the comic characters and their mood. F. Ibañez A THIEF
  32. 32. Super López- Jan A DRUNK A WICKED
  33. 33. STRAIN A PRISONER F. Ibañez
  34. 34. F. Ibañez TIREDNESS ANGER
  35. 35. A.5.- MOTION SIGNS (SIMBOLOS CINÉTICOS) The track of movement - Motion Lines (Líneas Cinéticas) - Dust Clouds (Nubes de Polvo) - Motion Blur (Descomposición de la figura) Mortadelo y Filemón – F. Ibañez
  36. 36. Mortadelo y Filemón F. Ibañez
  37. 37. Mortadelo y Filemón – F. Ibañez
  38. 38. A.6.- EMANATAS (METÁFORAS VISUALIZADAS) Drawings suggesting the characters’ mood. Mortadelo y Filemón – F. Ibañez
  39. 39. Mortadelo y Filemón – F. Ibañez
  40. 40. Mortadelo y Filemón – F. Ibañez
  41. 41. B.1.- TEXT CONTAINERS (CONTENEDORES DE TEXTO) - Caption - Speech balloon/ bubble Where the voice, emotions or thoughts of a character are shown. Places to put the text in. Rectangles or squares in which a narrator or a character from the story shares special information with readers.
  42. 42. Blake & Mortimer – P. Jacobs
  43. 43. Paracuellos – Carlos Giménez
  44. 44. B.2.- TEXT - Size - Edge - Writing
  45. 45. Mafalda – Quino
  46. 46. B.3.- ONOMATOPEIAS Words that indicate a sound.

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