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Teddy Kristensen: Mini Comics

This assignment was about showcasing stories without dialogue; the first one here is with a man who just finished murdering someone but has a very laid back and relaxed personality outside of that. This comic's about an elder lady awaiting the mail man to arrive with a book she purchased. When she finally gets it and reads through the book during the next, she sleeps in next morning. (yes, dead.)

Report Comic

This is one of my longest has-to-be-done assignments, if not THE longest. I had a lot of trouble with motivation and getting the idea down properly. Though incredibly rushed after what was roughly a year ago, I've finished it more or less, definitely enough to be read-able. ( I had some anxiety issues upon finishing this )

Silja Lin Childhood Story

Matt Bors exercise; the assignment was to make a journalistic comic page based on an interview we'd do with our fellow classmates. Her experiences takes place at a farm where she almost got crushed by a calf.

Super Mario Bros Adventure

The last week of Ed Piskor’s class we were asked to make a three-four page adaptation of our favourite story. I decided to make something based of the famous video game franchise, Super Mario. A tiny few tweaks in design was fun to do, not to mention figuring out how to make it work as a comic book story format while adding some extra humor to it.
I'm planning to color this later on when I finally decide to get off my lazy ass and get it done.

Sleeping Beauty

During our week with Ed Piskor as our teacher we had to a wordless, two page adaptation of an old fairytale.  I got Sleeping Beauty

Gesture Drawings Part 2

Silhuette Scissor-cut drawings from Gesture Drawing Week.

Gesture Drawings


Ed Piskor: Recent Event

This exercise is about taking a recent event and fit the story into 9 panels.
My daily life is pretty uneventful, but visiting a good friend is always something, so that's what's depicted here; a casual visit. :)

(There's supposed to be two more versions of the same story but shortened down to 6 and 3 panels, but I couldn't find them...)
Style exercise with Mårdøn Smet! The exercise was to try our best to imitate the art style of
Hergé and Tezuka.
I was teamed up (once again!) with Simao :) this was a very interesting excercise;
First I would draw the first two pages in the Tezuka style and then Simao would ink them, and then I would be inking his 2 sketch pages. I'm fairly satisfied with this one :)

Sad man

Our teacher this week, Teddy Kristensen, asked us to make a short, sketchy comic wherein a man and a woman pass the same building. The man just lost his son in a war and the woman is in love. Without using words, we were supposed to let the environment communicate the facts about these two people.

I sadly didn't finish the one with the woman, but alas, I still feel satisfied with what I got done in time.

Storytelling: Steven Seagle (Part 2)

So, as a follow-up to the last assignment, we were to take one of our classmate's stories and REWRITE it so it would be a completely other story.

I had the honor of rewriting Nelly's kickass sketchy styles :)

Storytelling: Steven Seagle

This week’s teacher, Steven Seagle, is super awesome. We were supposed to make a short comic in roughly 24 hours. Our stories were based on eachother’s experiences. I had a lot of fun with this one.
Simao told me 'bout how he got inspired to draw from watching animated movies on TV, so here's my interpretation of that with a big extreme sports enthusiast that finds piece in books. :)

Perspective drawing: Lawrence Marvit


Classical Drawing: Artem

From December 11, 2015 :)