Tag Archives: graphic novel

Reviews at The Odd Ducks

Check out my recent reviews at The Odd Ducks. Epileptic Jane, the Fox, and Me Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb The Hypo: The Melancholic Young Lincoln Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art Refresh, Refresh Advertisements

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Ashes: The Graphic Novel

All semester I’ve been learning about graphic novels, drawing more regularly, and trying new art supplies. The final project received a favorable response, so I decided to post my process work and final chapters on a separate blog. I will continue to work on Charlotte’s story in a graphic novel version and in a hybrid …

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Failed Novel to Graphic Novel

I have attempted Charlotte’s story in multiple novel drafts. I still haven’t found the perfect form, but the graphic novel was a great experiment. Choosing a medium was difficult, considering my attachment to charcoal and watercolor, plus the addition of copic markers. Here is my medium experiment. And some of my final panels.

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Some Artwork

Scrapbooking the Self Word Riff Snow 4-panel Beethoven Homage Snufkin and The Robot Epileptic Review J. O’Barr Interview Response The Shoe Store Comic

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Re-Gifters (Review)

Check out my latest review at The Odd Ducks!

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Blue is the Warmest Color

Check out my review of “Blue is the Warmest Color” here.

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Don’t Break the Fiction Writing Chain

I’ve written fiction every day for fourteen days in a row. The Don’t Break the Chain Calendar has been a useful motivation tool to keep track of my progress. There is also a dinosaur version here. I’ve completed one short story, wrapped up my 2014 NaNo novel, and wrote the first draft of my graphic …

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Annie Sullivan and the Trials of Helen Keller

I wrote a review of the graphic novel “Annie Sullivan and the Trials of Helen Keller” by Joseph Lambert. Check it out!

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Prelude to a Million Years by Lynd Ward

I read my first wordless novel, “Prelude to a Million Years” by Lynd Ward. For more information about a wordless novel versus a graphic novel, click here.

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