Basics Illustration 02: Sequential Images

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AVA Publishing, 2007 - Art - 176 pages
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Basics Illustration 02: Sequential Images addresses the professional, cultural, theoretical and historical contexts of pictorial storytelling and moving image.

Sequential image-making is a rich area of original and innovative work, which is leading the resurgence in this field. The evolving world of illustration is exploding with possibilities as converging technologies and disciplines provide new opportunities and outlets for the visual storyteller.

In this title, international illustrators, animators, artists and educators at the cutting edge of the narrative renaissance outline their personal methodologies and approaches to sequential image-making.

 

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Contents

I am an art school
5
How to get the most out of this book
9
Narrative Strategies
11
Pictorial Storytelling
55
Once Upon A Time
77
Animation
99
Moving Image
115
Av MashUps
139
Graphic Storytelling Charts
161
Reading List and Useful Websites
165
Canon
169
Conclusion
171
Acknowledgements
173
Contacts
174
Back Cover
176
Copyright

Key Term Glossary
159

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About the author (2007)

Mark Wigan is an artist, illustrator and academic. He was an early pioneer of trans-global club art in 1980s New York, London and Tokyo. Mark's work has evolved into a multimedia archive, chronicling the changing worlds of club culture and street style. For the past ten years, he has been lecturing worldwide and has led illustration programs at a range of universities.

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