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Self-Portrait Final

For my self-portrait, I wanted to focus on my expression. I felt that this expression most described me in a single image. I tend to be over-analytical and misinterpret tasks or phrases. This leads me to be confused often. One … Continue reading

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Self-Portrait Progress

Some progress checkpoints of what I’ve done for my self-portrait thus far. I still have to soften some areas in the third image and lighten and darken other areas.

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Comic Final

For my creation myth, I chose to do the Greek belief. I decided to choose the beginning of the beginning. For my first panel, the labyrinth represents the chaos. Both are associated with confusion. For the colors for my first … Continue reading

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Comic Progress

I finished my pencil and outline for my comic. I need to add line weight to my outline and need to touch up some areas of my pencil version, mainly in the first panel, I need to straighten lines out.

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Self-Portrait Pictures

For my self-portrait, I wanted to focus my images on my different expressions. I narrowed my pictures down to two. I chose the one where I have a confused face. It explains my characteristics and is more expressive of myself. I … Continue reading

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Portrait Ideas

For my self-portrait, I plan to take my six photographs with a theme. I want to use different emotions in each picture. I plan to choose the two pictures that I believe portray me most emotionally.

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Creation Myth Ideas

I chose the beginning of the Greek creation myth for my comic. I focused on how in the beginning, there was Chaos, and out of it rose Gaia, the earth, Tartaros, the depth in the Earth where condemned dead souls … Continue reading

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