Monday, 26 March 2018

WEEK 5 Assignment - How to make a comic MOOC

Hi everyone,

First I apologize, I did not realize that I didn't actually upload part #5 of the How to make a comic MOOC

Which is Inking and in my case final drawings.
 This part actually took some time, since not only did I have to finish the artwork for it, but I also had to ink it.

This made me realize that the area for each drawings is way to small since I couldn't get all the detail that I wanted and/or needed.

But none the less here it is.











































So here it is, so week 6 is about cleaning up printing copies and bounding the comic, which I understand but I decided not to go with it since I'm not to happy of the art work.

Final Thought on the MOOC,

I really enjoyed it. The MOOC took me to a whole new understanding of what it takes to make a comic, which is not as strait forward as I though it was. but very useful to know and keep in mind.

Later on re-draw the whole comic in much larger panels and actually make it a comic, but I am happy enough as it is to finish off the MOOC.

I am tacking some more drawing courses online, and might place here some of my practices from those, I'm not too sure yet. Since I'm still trying to find a style I'm comfortable enough with.


Thanks to all of you readers, and hope you enjoyed this little journey as well.

Take care ;)


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Thursday, 1 March 2018

Week 4 Assignment... how to make a comic MOOC

Hi everyone,

So here is week 4 of the How to make a Comic MOOC.

I admit that I have not completely finished this part, which is why I didn't post it last week.

This week the comic itself was drawn and designed, learned that the text of the comic is one is the most important parts of each scene. It brought me flashbacks of my hand drafting years, who would of thought.

So here it is " Where are my Keys?"











































I know I need to place much more detail in before the next step. But here it is,


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Thursday, 15 February 2018

Week three assignment... How to make a comic MOOC

Hi everyone,

So here we are in week 3, I cant believe I am half way though now, and its has been an interesting MOOC.

Truth be told I didn't know or even imagined this step existed, Although it makes a lot of sense to put it in. In this step we had all 4 pages of our comic in a single page, and each page had its own 4 panels. 
 While reading though the material, I came to understood why its so relevant. As in painting, you want to be able to guide the eye so it can go though all the painting, and this is what this step does. Not only does it show you how you have to guide the eye, but you start thinking on position of things in the limited space you have.  

So here is my thumbnail study for "Where are my Keys?"










































So here it is! I can now see how the comic is starting to get in shape.




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