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October 3rd, 2008

Abstract 3 Series 2

After my first two experiments didn’t turn out that well I decided on another approach. To create panels on the found image by painting the gutters as I went.

I am interested in the idea that comics hide and reveal a story as you read it. I wanted to apply this to a single found image and reinterprete or reformat it.

You can treat the comic as one picture or treat it as a whole collection of panels and build up a story from that.

Series 2 Category

3 Responses to “Abstract 3 Series 2”

  1. Isaac Freeman Says:

    This rules. I could see this technique being used to great effect as part of a narrative, to show either that a given scene is made up of the impressions of many different characters, or that it is being perceived by one character whose mind is fragmenting.

  2. Dick Whyte Says:

    I totally agree with Isaac on this one – what makes it so great is that it fractures an image into multiple “perspectives” so that the audience is made aware of the multiplicity of vision and perception.

    A really really great work!!!

  3. Draw Says:

    Hey Isaac and Dick Thanks for the kind comments on the comics

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