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Monthly Archives: November 2011
If you want to learn about good composition and framing, you can NOT go wrong with any Akira Kurosawa movie. This article: Kagemusha Composition And Framing delves nicely into how amazing Kurosawa was at framing a shot. If you’re a … Continue reading
General compositional rules are not to break the 180* rule. It creates confusion in the “scene” and becomes a storytelling clusterfuck. Sometimes, though, it’s required in order to express emotions SUCH as confusion, and struggle, like in this amazingly well … Continue reading
He has a blog. He posted on his blog, this wonderful blog: http://www.wesdraws.com/blog/graphic-novel-process-drawing-efficiency/ Some of the ways I adapted to deal with efficiency, was to also drop from 11×17 boards to 9×12 boards. I didn’t create a spiffy page template, … Continue reading
Even though it hasn’t updated in a year, this is a great site. I wish they updated, though. http://20cartoonquestions.blogspot.com/
Now that I’ve seen the first strip, it looks familiar. Like I saw it as a kid, but I didn’t read comics as a kid. It required reading, and cartoons didn’t. But, cool anyways.
The main guys. Bill Watterson. Will Eisner. Mike Mignola. Frank Miller.