I could probably bore you with a few more posts just on character development, instead I want to share some important lessons learned in designing the audio assets for a serious comic. First, let’s all agree that all serious comics don’t necessarily have to have or even need voice-over audio, nor does it need music [...]Continue Reading →
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I can’t believe it’s been a month and a half since I last posted about this project. It’s been a crazy time with traveling to a couple conferences and keeping pace with this development. My next post was going to be about how to storyboard a serious comic, but a lot has changed in the [...]Continue Reading →
In an earlier post I introduced a project I started this year – an Interactive Graphic Novel style Serious Comic for elearning. That’s a mouthful! It’s not really a ‘novel’ although it is a serious topic, and it’s really not elearning rather more of an awareness piece. It’s a scenario told in a graphic novel [...]Continue Reading →
Planning a drawing by sketching it out in pencil first and finishing it in ink later is quite different than live sketching with a pen. I had been planning on sketching noting the Super Bowl, but my original plan was to take traditional notes first. After taking notes I was then going to grab highlight [...]Continue Reading →