Colour and Process

I have created a series of mini books to help present the process of my tabloid making, from the ink and colour scheme to the grey palette I used during the digital editing process. I printed the digital ones out on different paper as a test to see how the colours will come out on… Continue reading Colour and Process

Tabloid Edits

I wasn’t sure how to tell the punchline of one of the pages of my tabloid, so I have created 3 alternative versions and am asking my peers which one they prefer. The text says First Panel: “Without Imaginative thinking would I be able to do…” Second Panel: “THIS?” In the first one, the character… Continue reading Tabloid Edits

Tabloid: Final Stages of Editing

After looking at newspaperclub’s guidelines on printing, I have re-edited my tabloid according to their format (which has slightly different dimensions to the tabloid dimensions I’d been using).This was not a huge problem as all I needed to do was download the website’s template onto indesign and paste my images onto it. One thing that… Continue reading Tabloid: Final Stages of Editing

Simone Lia

Artist and cartoonist Simone Lia creates comic strips about every day scenarios. These comics appear to be digitally drawn, and use interesting and aesthetic colour schemes to help aid them to be not only a relatable comic, but a visually appealing image. I can use her work as an inspiration because I too am creating comics… Continue reading Simone Lia

Tabloid Progress Continued 2

  After a Tutorial with Amelia, she suggested rather than using all one grey, use multiple greys eye-dropped from various existing ones that already exist in the image. After making these changes I have come back with this mockup: I believe that using a variety of greys like this has given more life to the images, and… Continue reading Tabloid Progress Continued 2

Tabloid Progress Continued

As stated in my previous post, I realised that the grey I had digitally added didn’t suit the rest of the image, so I’ve since changed this to a new grey. Despite thinking this is better, I still believe there’s something not quite right about the way it looks with the rest of the image. Firstly,… Continue reading Tabloid Progress Continued