Scott McCloud

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  • Icon By Scott Mccloud Analysis

    Everyday people make decisions. These decisions can be based off of how we are feeling. These decisions can lead us down the path of sadness or the path of happiness. Taking these paths set us up for the future. In the picture that I have chosen, I can use Scott McCloud’s idea of “Icon” to describe myself. Everyone experiences good days and bad. In the picture the mountains mean happiness. They are seen as standing tall and confident. They mean happiness to me because on good days I feel “Up”. On the opposite side of things we have the valley. To me the valley represents sadness or feeling down. It represents sadness because the valley is literally down under the mountains. Happiness and sadness are emotions. “We assign identities and emotion…

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  • Fun Home A Family Tragicomic Analysis

    evidence, but we also receive the shock that her babysitter is portray very proactively on the bed. Just as Scott McCloud has said in his book Understanding Comics, “every time we see a photograph reproduced in a newspaper or magazine, we commit closure. Our eyes take in the fragmented, black-and-white image of the “half-tone” patterns and our minds transform it into the reality of the photograph!” (McCloud 64). So with McCloud’s statement we can assume that Bechdel is giving herself closure…

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  • Show And Tell By Scott Mccloud Analysis

    A Balance of Words & Pictures Among his revolutionary works, Scott McCloud’s graphic essay, “Show & Tell” emphasizes the effectiveness of combining words and pictures while addressing a general audience of various ages, consisting of cartoonists, writers, artists, and readers. The Show-and-Tell vignette, at the beginning of the essay, explains to the audience how a story can be difficult to understand when words and images are separated or used improperly. Throughout the graphic essay, the…

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  • Scott Mccloud: Creating My Big Triangle

    While creating my “big triangle” I had never realized how drastically styles, especially comics, depict people. Scott McCloud focuses on how we are able to recognize and see human faces even in basic depictions, such as his example of a circle with two eyes and a line for a mouth. Thus, in comics this allows a ton of variety in the degrees of realism and expressionism, which is why so many styles exist, especially regionally. Though it was occasionally hard for me to find an appropriate example…

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  • The Themes Of Conformity In Tally And Matched By Scott Westerfeld

    This novel Uglies by Scott Westerfeld focuses on the protagonist Tally and the antagonist Dr. Cable, who are citizens in a futuristic society that takes place 300 years from now in a city. In the second half of the novel, Tally finally reaches the Smoke. However, she does not call Dr. Cable to tell her she has arrived safely, instead she starts to like the Smoke. Tally throws her communicating device in the fire and instead of it demolishing, it activates releasing her location to Dr. Cable…

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  • Cheerful Ending: Movie Analysis

    The US Theatrical Version (1982, 116 minutes), known as the first form or Domestic Cut. This form was discharged on Betamax and VHS in 1983. This adaptation stayed unreleased on DVD for a long time. This adaptation (with the global cut) was re-discharged as a feature of the 5-plate Ultimate Edition in 2007, exhibited in same video and sound exchange as the 2006 remastered Director 's Cut. The 1982 American dramatic adaptation discharged by the studio incorporated the "upbeat closure" however…

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  • Grant Vs. Lee: What Makes A Good Leader?

    make it into West Point and attend West Point with average grades. No one thought he would accomplish what he did. The Mexican-American War highlighted his greatness despite his average demeanor. Lee and Grant both attended West Point and participated in the Mexican-American War. What separated them? Lee attended and graduated West Point. He was the first person to graduate with no demerits. Everyone respected Lee because of his greatness. Lee was a very handsome man and would work as an…

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  • Case Study Of Inadvertent Disclosure

    ISSUE Under Florida statutes and cases pertinent to inadvertent disclosure, is Mr. Beene required to return the privileged documents when (1) the products liability team inspected each document included in the discovery; (2) the amount of inadvertent disclosures was miniscule; (3) the degree of disclosure was rather small; (4) Mr. Fitzgerald requested the return as soon as he became aware; and (5) the client has a right to prevent disclosure of confidential communication, as well as an attorney…

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  • Eugene Delacroix's The Abduction Of Rebecca

    Delacroix’s use of colour was influential in the development of both Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painting. His inspiration came mostly from historical or contemporary events or literature, and a visit to Morocco in 1832 provided him with further exotic subjects. Delacroix Debuted at the paris salon of 1822 where he exhibittes his frist painting Dante and virgil in hell which was inspired by Dante’s Divine comedy but influenced by Michelangelo and Paul Peter Rubens style as I said above.…

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  • Tally In Uglies

    Does it mean just a symmetrical face, exquisite bone structure, and flawless skin? Or is there so much more that is all kept a secret? In Scott Westerfeld’s novel, Uglies, Tally Youngblood is just another ugly longing for her sixteenth birthday on which she is to turn pretty. All is well until she finds out that being pretty isn’t really as beautiful as it seems. Throughout the novel the theme of appearance showed great importance to many of the characters. Having beautiful features is not…

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