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By Mark Wigan

Sequential picture making is a wealthy quarter of unique and cutting edge paintings, using the wave of curiosity within the artwork of representation and photo novels. "Basics representation: Sequential photographs" investigates visible storytelling via examples of labor that's clever, experimental, indirect, beguiling, incisive, visceral, and gorgeous. issues coated comprise options, pacing, narrative constitution, storylines, genres, storyboards, navigation, visible codes, e-book representation, photo novels, comics, e-comics, manga, anime, animation, kid's books, interactivity, internet publishing, cellular units, movie conception, paper engineering, movie, layout, video paintings, movement images installations, membership artwork and VJs, viral photographs, kinetic worlds, exhibition and retail demonstrate, podcasts, games, and extra. For someone attracted to representation and visible conversation, "Sequential photos" is a must have.  

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The portrayal of psychological factors and the heightening of dramatic tensions in a narrative can also be achieved by the use of silhouettes, lighting, focus, the cropping, overlapping and linking of images, foreshortening and exaggeration, the forcing of perspective and the use of dramatic angles. The Peepshow Collective (Right) The Peepshow Collective is not so much about safety in numbers, but eclectic methodology and offers ideas that draw upon the experience and individual, as well as group skills.

Pag Heads books, etch s ’s sk gs Heart un Wrake rawin R ing d k from r o ng w showi ions nimat a r o f NARRATIVE STRATEGIES : iptionub r c s e D and L STORYBOARDS 42 / 43 NARRATIVE STRATEGIES ‘Jukebox’ © Run Wrake 1994 – Ten seconds of a five-minute animation This early work features photocopied, hand drawn and painted images in a story, which when combined with the instrumental soul music of Curtis Mayfield’s Move On Up, takes you on a epiphanic ‘personal journey through fragmented experience’.

Soviet film-maker Sergei Eisenstein made use of storyboards constructing his montage films, which emphasised the importance of relating the form of the film to its meaning. 50 / 51 Description: FILM DESIGN ‘How to avoid disaster’ by London-based illustrator Frazer Hudson ART DIRECTION Art Direction Innovative use of art direction and design can also be seen in the films of Fritz Lang in Germany, Cavalcanti in France and Sir Alexander Korda who came from Hungary to London via Paris. The design of British films was enhanced in the 1920s and 1930s by the arrival in the UK of designers such as Vincent Korda (brother of Alexander), Alfred Junge, Erno Metzener, Oscar Werndorff, Lazar Meerson, André Andrejew and Ferdinand Bellan.

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