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COMIC STRIPS

QUIDELINES

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Comic strips

“… eye

candy,

or

food

for

thought?”

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COMIC STRIPS

Storytelling

Creativity

Self expression

Problem solving

Sequencing

Artistic skills

Computer skills

Decision making

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DEFINITION

A

comic strip

is a common form of

comics

(a general term to also include editorial or gag cartoons and comic books or graphic novels).

The

term

graphic novel

is now established for the longer and more novel-like coherent story,

and

the

term

sequential art

is also suggested by Will Eisner .

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FORM & USE

It

is a medium which combines

text and visual information

It

has

the form

of a collated sequence of drawings or

pictures arranged

in interrelated panels to display with text in balloons and

captions

.

It

is used

to express ideas, brief humor or form a narrative: It can be humorous or satirical but also may take the form of adventure story and even soap-opera continuity strip.

When used to tell a story it has the 3 main

parts of a story: (Setting, Characters, Plot)

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WHERE

Often published in daily newspapers, with horizontal strips, printed in black-and-white. Sunday newspapers offered longer sequences in special colour section.Web comics/online comics/internet comics, are available on the Internet and reach large audiences. Web comics can make use of an infinite canvas thus not constrained by size or dimensions of a page.

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common stip creators

Strips are written and drawn by a comics artist or cartoonistToday due to technology more and more people express themselves via comic stripsmixed media and digital technology have become common.

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specialists

Typically

one creator produces

the whole strip.

Sometimes

a

writer

carries out the script and

an artist (with or without additional assistant artists

)

the drawing of the art

. In

some

cases

, one artist

draws

key

figures/the characters

while another does only

backgrounds (common in Japan).

In American superhero comic books,

a penciller lays out the artwork in pencil;

an inker finishes the artwork in ink;

a colourist applies colours

a letterer adds the captions and speech balloons.

Even if many strips are the work of two people, one signature is displayed

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Cartoon Strip as a Medium

A comic strip is considered to be a page-based story-telling through a sequence of frames similar to a filmed sequence of shots soAll strips use the basic film conventions:angle (high, straight, low, canted) zoom in/out shot-reverse shoteyeline matchDirection: left-right, top-bottom (in West)Colour: black and white or coloureduse of shot distance (ELS, LS, MS, MCU, CU, ECU)

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Structures (1)

Micro-structures: inter-frame relationships:shot-reverse shotzoom in/out repetition, contrastQ/Amoment-moment action-actionsubject-subjectscene-sceneaspect-aspectnon-sequiturflash-forwardsflashback

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Structures (2)

Macro-structures :Consistent style: narrative structure e.g.beginning (setting/ characters/ actions)middle (problem, effect)possible solution/ cliffhanger ORsimilar to a mainstream film and television e.g. 4-act structuresetup, complication, development, resolution

From Marchant, S. (2006)

The Computer Cartoon Kit (with CD-ROM of images)

. Lewes: Ilex.

Digital images & instructions provided!

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THE MAIN FEATURES

TITLE

PANEL/FRAME

GUTTER

MOTION LINES

SPEECH BUBBLE

A

CAPTION :A

BOX

(

USUALLY RECTANGULAR) USED

FOR NARRATION

TEXT IS USUALLY

IN

CAPITALS

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FEATURES (1)

arranged in “panels” or boxes. separated out by the “gutter” the empty space surrounding them.

The story (in form of pictures or drawings

) is

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FEATURES (2)

The narratives are shown in caption boxes, usually coloured, to differentiate from speech.

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Speech bubbles, usually round or square, use a tail pointing to the character’s mouth to indicate speaking out loud.Text, usually all in capitals

I HAVE THE SOLUTION

..

FEATURES

(3)

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FEATURES (4)

A

scream bubble, with a jagged outline or a thicker line and usually larger Text, bolder than normal letters (the character is screaming).

WHAAAAA

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FEATURES (5)

Broadcast bubbles, with a jagged tail like a lightning flash shape Text,letters sometimes italicised to indicate communication through an electronic device (telephone, radio, TV)

…cartoon time…

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FEATURES (6)

A whisper bubble, with a dashed/dotted outlineText,smaller letters and a paler (grey) writing (the speaker is talking in a softer or quieter tone).

…AND THEN SHE…

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FEATURES (7)

Thought bubbles,cloud-shaped word bubbles(the character is not talking loud)

HMMMM!

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FEATURES (8)

Action wordssounds can be heard and help the image make an impact. Examples:POW! the sound of a blowBAM! the sound of a hard blow or to show something happening abruptlySKREEECH! a car sliding around a cornerKABOOOM! the sound of an explosionUsually in coloured jagged splats Text all in capitalsExclamations are quite often

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Analysing a Comic Strip

Identify modal elements & their reasons for useIdentify target reader and genre Identify stages in the narrativeEvaluate artistry Evaluate representations e.g. stereotypes, non-stereotypes

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Creating a comic strip

1.

Planning

Identify purpose, target audience and genre

Create draft

storyboard

Decide on

characters

,

settings, pros

2.

Producing

Collect/shoot/scan/upload images/photos

Create writing content

Use appropriate software to edit comic

strip

3.

Sharing

Save in

format for distribution (e.g. pdf

)

Print /share

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TERMINOLOGY

TITLE

: the

name

of the creation

PANEL/FRAME

: individual images containing a segment of action often surrounded by a border

CAPTION:

a box (usually rectangular) for narration. Captions can give voice to a narrator, convey characters' dialogue or thoughts,

or indicate place or time

SOUND EFFECT/SFX

or

ONOMATOPOEIA:

The formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named (e.g. cuckoo, sizzle

)

SYMBOLS/EMANATA

:

graphic

signs used

to

convey information that goes beyond what could be perceived visually

:

e.g. sweat beads (for fear or anxiety), light bulb (for idea

)

GUTTER

: the gap

among

panels to indicate narrative and temporality;

the major place for meaning making.

SPEECH /BUBBLE

balloons:

indicate dialogue (or thought

MOTION LINES /movement lines

/

action lines

/

speed lines/

zip ribbons

: the abstract lines that appear behind a moving object or person, parallel to its direction of movement, to make it appear as if it is moving quickly.

MANGA:

Japanese

graphic

novels, telling

translated tales of romance, adventure, and politics

.

ENCAPSULATION:

the process through which prime

moments in a narrative are broken down into

panels.

CARICATURE:

an

exaggeration of personal characteristics, usually in picture form

PERSONIFICATION:

attributing

human characteristics to animals or objects

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RECOURCES

https://www.tes.co.uk/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comic_striphttp://www.britannica.com/art/comic-striphttp://comicsforum.org/2013/02/25/chercher-dans-le-noir-the-gap-as-motif-in-caboto-by-lorenzo-mattotti-and-jorge-zentner-by-barbara-uhlig/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodolphe_T%C3%B6pffer#/media/File:Toepffer_Cryptogame_13.pnghttps://spot.pcc.edu/~mdembrow/glossary.htmhttp://blog.visualmotive.com/2009/understanding-comics-with-scott-mccloud/http://comicsforum.org/2013/07/26/list-of-terms-for-comics-studies-by-andrei-molotiu/

Glykeria Gkouvatsou


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