Making Your Own Comic
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Making Your Own Comic

What is a comic?. A comic is similar to a story. A comic uses pictures AND writing to tell a story. There are . characters. , . settings. and . PLOT. PLOT. is what the story is about. Comics use . FRAMES.

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Making Your Own Comic




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Making Your Own Comic

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What is a comic?

A comic is similar to a story

A comic uses pictures AND writing to tell a story

There are

characters

,

settings

and

PLOT

PLOT

is what the story is about

Comics use

FRAMES

to tell the story

The story is usually told in

ORDER

Each part of the story is told with a different

FRAME

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Each one of these squares is a FRAME

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Dialogue

What is

DIALOGUE

?

Dialogue means characters talking.

Comics usually use bubbles called

SPEECH BUBBLES

SPEECH BUBBLES

are usually

ROUND

Characters can talk in any frame

Sometimes there is no talking

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Each one of these bubbles is a SPEECH BUBBLE

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Thought

What is

THOUGHT

?

THOUGHT means characters thinking.

Comics usually use bubbles called

THOUGHT BUBBLES

THOUGHT BUBBLES

are usually

BUBBLY

Characters can think in any frame

Sometimes there is no thinking

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Each one of these bubbles is a THOUGHT BUBBLE

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Each one of these bubbles is a THOUGHT BUBBLE

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Narration

What is

NARRATION

?

NARRATION

is how the story is told

Sometimes comics have

NARRATION BARS

NARRATION BARS

explain what is happening in the story without the characters talking

NARRATION BARS

are not always in comics

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This box is a narration bubble

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How do I start making my comic?

Step 1

: what is your comic about?

You need to think about the story you want to tell

This is the PLOT

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How do I start making my comic?

Step 2

: Who are your characters going to be?

You need to think about who will be in your comic

Each person is a character

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How do I start making my comic?

Step 3

: How many frames do I need to tell my story?

Think about how long your story going to be

If you have a long story, you might need more frames

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How do I start making my comic?

Step 4

: Make a rough draft

Making a rough draft is important

It will help you decide if you need more frames or less frames

It will help you decide if you have enough dialogue or too much

It will help you decide if you like how you drew each frame of your comic

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How do I start making my comic?

Step 5

: Make your final version of your

comic and give it a title

Use your ideas and corrections from your rough draft to make the final version of your copy