Disclaimer: This document of learning is out of order, but a document of learning nonetheless. Before I embarked on my drawing journey, first I wanted to study different graphic novel styles. There are tons out there – manga, Marvel-eqsue superhero comics, ultra-realistic, cartoony. (As you can see, I’m, highly knowledgeable in technical terms.) I checked […]

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To say that Sharon Creech is my favourite author is not the most accurate statement. Have you ever read a book that reached an arm out from between its pages and tugged on your soul? It yanks and t e a r s a hole deep, deep, deep within you. Somewhere. And you feel a little […]

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One principle from the leadership resource The 360°  Leader by John C. Maxwell that I can apply to my TALONS leadership projects is “Lead yourself exceptionally well.” This principle addresses the idea that one must lead, manage, and value themselves and their energy and priorities before they are able to lead others. I can apply this to […]

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This week I have been working on the visual aspect of my project! Of course, I did some research first. Here is a picture of some of my notes: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9vu5Ebj0MpadmVmaVg3NzVoT0szZ1YtVWktM3drYlhHRDVv/view?usp=sharing Then, I chose a scene I wanted to draw. I bookmarked some of the most important scenes in the book that I thought had the […]

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What is a specific source of information that you have found valuable in answering your inquiry question? A source of information that I have found particularly advantageous is Understanding Comics by Scott McCloud. L i s t e n . At first glance, it may look like a brightly-coloured book that teaches kids how to write […]

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