I love my Sequential Narrative class. As well as my Sequential Narrative instructor, Blair Drawson. I'm so behind in his class though, I feel terrible about it. I think this might be the only class where I actually work my butt off for. Or at least have projects I'm actually proud of. I mean, I'm not completely happy with them (and that's generally the case when there are deadlines involved). But I like them.
ps. Please don't comment on the narrative text... my rhymes are pure cheese. HAHA
Project One: "What's that supposed to mean?"
We had to develop a story around that phrase. I really wanted to do a spread but Blair thought my story was better suited in panel form. I'm assuming it's because of the dialogue. I haven't scanned the final, but this is the illustration without the text.
Project Two: "The Hook"
It's 2 spreads of a narrative displaying an intense emotion. I chose anger and the time my brother ransacked my room. Again, ignore the rhymes... I am not a writer!
Project Three: "Personal Stories"
Comic panels, acrylic and digital
Project Four: "Myth"
It's a monologue by Persephone. It's one of my favorite Greek myths. To be honest, this one I did overnight. Those who know me can tell it's a little half-assed, and most definitely not my style. But I kinda like it in the end. I really like how the setting is abstracted and the forms are simplified. Blair liked it too and thought I should experiment with that a little more. - Acrylic and pencil on paper.
There it is...
Gonna go work on the 5th one now!