1. Show Reel 2012


    from Joshua Brouwer Added 82 0 0

    Show Reel of some of my best work to show for employment.

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    • The 8th Dimension Comic Studio tour (Cantonese)


      from Winson Chiu Added 4 0 0

      Introduction of The 8th Dimension Comic Studio in Cantonese by Winson Chiu, founder and Manga creator.

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      • The 8th Dimension Comic Studio tour


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        Introduction to The 8th Dimension comic Studio, Vancouver, BC Canada. Established in 2002 by Winson Chiu, the Manga Creator

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        • The Ninth LIfe


          from Jacob Shepard Added 16 0 0

          This is one of my final films made in the Mediaworks program at Evergreen. I shot the whole thing on 35mm slide film in my SLR. I then used a slide scanner to digitize the images and edited it in Final Cut Pro. I was studying sequential art and wanted to make an editing problem to solve. When editing a sequence of still images, there is nothing intrinsic to each shot that determines its length. So with all the selects so malleable in time, the editing problem less about the order and more about how to determine each image's length in context of the others to strengthen the film's overall tone and pace. There must have been hundreds of versions, each with their own rhythm and feeling. Early in the editing process, I eliminated sound; when I edited to music, the external rhythm drove the movie and made it little more than a music video. I put the camera sound effect in the beginning so it was clear that sound existed and silence was a purposeful choice. Thematically, this movie is about curiosity and how revelations of knowledge can destroy realities.

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          • Homicide Story


            from Raheel Sadi Added 13 0 0

            Hard-boiled noir animation using sequential art. Done with Adobe Photoshop CS3 and Sony Vegas Pro 10.

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            • George Pratt and Francis Vallejo sequential art demo


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              George Pratt and Francis Vallejo talk about some of the psychology involved with designing panels for comics and graphic novel pages. Sequence, elapsed time, eye movement, "letter" shape design of the page, and other topics were discussed. The business of comics and graphic novels, as it pertains to artists, was also approached including plenty of anecdotal instances from the industry from both George and Francis.

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              • The Cruel Duel


                from Nate Neal Added 26 0 0

                The Antagonists (Ishmael, Luis and Maria LeBluff) star in "The Cruel Duel." Ishmael just wants Maria, Maria just wants Luis, Luis just IS...

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                • Cha-Ul Nu Mon Mon


                  from Nate Neal Added 168 0 0

                  This comics short story is a prequel to the graphic novel The Sanctuary: http://natenealsanctuary.blogspot.com/ It originally appeared in the print anthology MOME vol. 21, but there was an editorial error that put the pages in the wrong order. Watch it now in the Comix-O-Matic format.

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                  • Lor Mok Kuri


                    from Nate Neal Added 140 1 0

                    This comic-strip vignette is a bit of backstory about Shulkay (One-Eye) & Hoont (Baldy)--two characters from the graphic novel The Sanctuary: http://natenealsanctuary.blogspot.com/. They join up with the tribe in the book after the fiasco with this all female tribe. Presented in the Comix-O-Matic format.

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                    • Scott McCloud on Understanding Comics


                      from Jared Hester Added 993 11 0

                      About this talk In this unmissable look at the magic of comics, Scott McCloud bends the presentation format into a cartoon-like experience, where colorful diversions whiz through childhood fascinations and imagined futures that our eyes can hear and touch. From: http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/scott_mccloud_on_comics.html

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