Cartoon reportage- The aftermath of 2011's disaster, Kesen-numa and radioactivity inspection centre in Fukushima
reaserch and inspection centre for radioactivity.I'm looking for a UK publisher for this.
I already had the right skill to develop but had a weird mental block for a longtime.There're so many regrets and I should have been more honest with my artistic direction.During my under graduate and also at the RCA I listened to too many people with the same degree of attention and confused myself.But on the whole it gave me a wider perspective on what Art is in general and I can talk from Contemporary Art to Underground Comic magazines.My favourite artist is still Antonio Tapies and Collage is a very important part of Modern art.I can listen to Vivaldi to Captain Beefheart.Obviously Manga comic books still occupy so much in me.
You are given some unusual panel layouts.
Imagine a tale and create a scene that would fit into these layouts
For example, how about a scene building up tension towards a climax?
Western - Two gunmen are just about to begin their duel. Depict the build up till they draw their pistols
Hunting – A rabbit running for his life, because there is a falcon above him targeting him. Depict the buildup. Will the falcon catch his prey?
Football – Penalty shoot out. The keeper and kicker face each other and this kick decides who will win the world cup. Depict the build up till the kick.
Wedding proposal – A man just about to propose his girlfriend to wed him. He draws out a wedding ring box. Will she say Yes or No or what…? Depict the emotional build up.
Late for interview - The character is getting late for his/her interview.
Busy street, traffic lights, passersby, the character is half running and glancing at the wrist watch at the same time.
The important thing is how to depict the progression. The backgrounds are integral part. Where do you map up the time progression in your panel arrangements?
And the English version.