Graphic Storytelling review Ý 3

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Graphic StorytellingA companion to Comics Seuential Art this book takes the principles examined in that title and applies them to the process of graphic storytelling Eisner shows comic artists filmmakers and graphic designers how to craft stories in a visual medium They'll also learn why mastering the basics of storyte. If you want an introduction about storytelling or if you're looking for inspiration for visual storytelling this is the book to pick Brilliantly written and artistically inspiring for anyone trying to model design or create new stories

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Graphic Storytelling review Ý 3 ☆ A companion to Comics Seuential Art this book takes the principles examined in that title and applies them to the process of graphic storytelling Eisner shows comic artists filmmakers and graphic designers how to craft stories in a visual medium They'll also learn why mastering the basics of storytelling is far impLling is far important than the hollow flash and dazzle seen in lesser work Readers will learn everything from the fine points of graphic storytelling to the big picture of the comics medium including how to Use art that enhances your story rather than obscuring it; Wield images like narrative tools. Kinda phoned in and full of dated stereotypes Pass

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; Write and illustrate effective dialogue; Develop ideas that can be turned into dynamic stories; These lessons and are illustrated with storytelling samples from Eisner himself along with other comic book favorites including Pulitzer Prize winner Art Spiegelman Robert Crumb Milton Caniff and Al Cap. I actually have the original '95 edition of this book then just called Graphic Storytelling so mine's not as shiny and mod as the one pictured here But the meat in the middle is the same and that's what I'm gonna talk aboutWill Eisner was a giant in the business and the perfect person to write this book He actually attacks the topic in a way that might catch you off guard showing you the process behind such blindly accepted aspects of comic books as pacing especially when it comes to making your reader turn the page at the right time and the reader's understanding of the action vs characters expressing the action explicitly through dialogue Mind BlownWith a ton of examples sometimes to be fair maybe too long of an example classic monochrome comic panels pages and strips and insider information like you'll get nowhere else this book's a must have