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ron turner + early 20th century propaganda posters

on the subject of ron turner’s dalek art for tv century 21 (see previous article: digital vs hand drawn comic strips), most of it looks closer to early 20th century political poster art than late 20th century sequential art, implying … Continue reading

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digital vs hand drawn comic strips

the trouble with web comics is they tend to opt for standard geometrical panel shapes + can lose a lot of the grammar developed over the history of the comic strip pertaining to the arrangement of the panels on the … Continue reading

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things appearing at the back of the panel in comic book artwork

this article concerns panels where an event of significance for the story is occuring in the foreground while some non narrative thing at the back of the shot is also observed signifying something different, at a tangent from, or possibly … Continue reading

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