Sunday, 20 July 2008

Art Post: Single Panel Cartoon


This is an older piece that I created in ink and wash (the water from the washes caused the paper to ripple). Aena is looking at real estate advertised in the newspaper classifieds. She's happened upon poor D. Fish here, who is quite desperate to sell.

Media: ink and wash
Paper: Borden and Riley #234 Paris bleedproof paper for pens
Dimensions: 9" x 12" (on 11" x 14" paper)
Vintage: late 2002
Digital: minor cleanup in Photoshop

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2 Comments:

Blogger Coy said...

cute ... this made me smile. I was lookin for a discription of single panel art and found this.
*** Coy ***

22 February 2009 at 11:04  
Blogger Emily said...

Thanks, Coy. Glad you liked it :)

If you still need help with a description of a single panel cartoon, I highly recommend Will Eisner's Comics and Sequential Art as a resource. The focus is more on sequential storytelling, but there are points you may find interesting.

22 February 2009 at 12:06  

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