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Daredevil #52 on sale this week-your thoughts...
FRI, 9/19/03, 3:04 p.m. - In Response To: Daredevil #52 (Spoilers)
Once again, eagerly anticipated! Once again, not disappointed.
Love the "blue period" conversation between Maya and Matt, and that she
has the nerve to call him a nutcase.
The sculpted bodies of the athletic figures of Echo and DD are a
true testament to the use of body language as the prime means of communication
in this series.
Thanks for the feedback. And for your support on the other messageboards!
I'm looking forward to hear how everyone here reacts to this issue.
Please let me know your response.
I was happy to see that this issue also had the Kabuki ad in it.
Re: David (or anyone, really): advice please?
FRI, 9/19/03, 3:13 p.m. - In Response To: David (or anyone, really):
advice please? (ShineArmada)
This is mostly directed toward David, but anyone with something
to add is more than welcome.
I took every class that I could. I reccomend asking yourself, "What can
I learn from this class to enrich my life and directly apply into my art".
Anyway, David: I heard that you attended a regular university, rather
than a specialized art-school? What sort of classes did you take?
You see, I'm also at a university, but I've always wanted to write
graphic novels. To that end, what sorts of things would you reccomend I
study? I would assume basica drawing classes at least, and probably english
or some sort of writing class...anything else?
I feel that a wide range of experience and knowledge enriches your art
I majored in graphic design so that included every kind of art class
from sculpture to printmaking. But I enjoyed the other classes as well.
The trick is to look at every class as an art class.
I took the Japanese language, acting, chemisty, anatomy and physiology(i
had to learn every muscle and bone of the body and also dissected humas,
to learn the internal structure of the body, while also taking life drawing
classes to see how light hits the external form. It is good to learn from
all angles of something.), non linear math, phylosophy, world religions,
history, speach, children's literature, independant study in writing, theatre.
I studied playwrites, scientists, cultures and learned a sensitivity to
Ultimately you get out of it what you put into it. You just have to
learn to make the knowledge from each class useful and practical to your