this project was VERY challenging for me . while i have a deep fondness for comics i have not had much practice. i found it a nice challenge ! and i learnd so much from it.
heres my first draft of thumbnails. it seemed pretty easy at first but....
actually rendering the frames out i ended changeing some .. well alot of things.
the key here is cutting out what you dont really need. wich in its self can be a battel cause you dont want to get rid of something you might reallly need ( yellow spirals meant i was going to possibly re think the composition/angle/rendering. it got complicated quickly.)
ok so im uploading the frames as i go but heres frame one (i spent more time on it then i intended WHOOPSE this was my first time doing something like this really and i got pretty lost into it. )
ill post more in a second im still sorta feling my way through the other frames.
well, i started out doing a comic page but then i re read the syllabus and saw it called for just an image and we would be doing frame by frame stuff later, whoopse! i hope this is still adequate for the assignment .
i experimented with slanting and strait lines and camera space. I also tried to make the assailant look more jagged and boxy then the victim . i also tried to incorporate some body language. it was really a challenge and i look forward to learning more !
any and all feed back is appreciated ! thanks !
(edit 1 : im not sure if my photo is uploading correctly and i dont think its too big ? im gonna just stick it here ahaha lll )
(edit 2: oh well looking at the others not i can see it a "upload photo" into the text box deal ahhh ok )