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September 01, 2015 at 05:29PM

September 1, 2015 by  
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Talking about visual rhythms on the Lean Into Art Cast!

How do you choose how every element in your comic interacts to achieve maximum clarity? How do you use framing, staging, and angle to create moments that show the moments’ tone, rhythm, or mood? How does this thinking change when sound, color, page layout, panel shapes, and panel interiors begin to interact with one another? 
In other words, how does thinking about composition change the way you create your comics?
Comics writer +Dan Mishkin  sits in for Rob to chat with Jerzy about how thinking about composition as a narrative tool can improve your comics storytelling.

You can participate in the discussion by commenting on the hangout event page: http://ift.tt/1Xd6NUB

Using Composition Narratively – LIA 136

*Talking about visual rhythms on the Lean Into Art Cast!*

How do you choose how every element in your comic interacts to achieve maximum clarity? How do you use framing, staging, and angle to create moments that show the moments’ tone, rhythm, or mood? How does this thinking change when sound, color, page layout, panel shapes, and panel interiors begin to interact with one another? 
In other words, how does thinking about composition change the way you create your comics?
Comics writer @113272822151855360800  sits in for Rob to chat with Jerzy about how thinking about composition as a narrative tool can improve your comics storytelling.

You can participate in the discussion by commenting on the hangout event page: http://ift.tt/1Xd6NUB


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