Last year, Jamie S. Rich and I developed a series of blog posts to accompany A Boy & A Girl (Oni Press was planning to release it chapter-by-chapter online before the release of the GN). The posts weren’t used in the end, but I’d like to release this blog post (meant to follow chapter 2) and possibly one other because they discuss staging for comics. Specifically, how to handle a scene where the 180 degree rule and characters’ order of dialogue conflict.
Note: I know a lot of comic artists who feel that the 180 degree rule is more important in film than comics, and don’t let it dictate how they stage their comics. I think it’s a useful guideline and don’t break it unless I can’t avoid doing so.
Cover art for The Eltingville Club #2, colors by Sarah Dyer.
Dernier Bar a la Fin du Monde
Believe in yourself, Sailor Moon! (First completed frame for the Moon Animate, Make-Up project to reanimate an entire episode in different styles.)
We absolutely love Halloween. We also love giving away free stuff!
We’ve put together some awesome MTG items and bundled them together to make a Halloween kit to give away to our wonderful followers!
Wanna win? It’s simple.
Step 1: Follow us! (facetofacegames.tumblr.com)
Step 2: Reblog this post!
Step 3: Cackle to yourself as you roll around on your bed covered in all the MTG goodies you won!
Face to Face Games MTG Halloween Product Kit includes:
- 1x Ultra Pro Griselbrand Playmat
- 4x Sign in Blood Life Pad
- 1x All Hallow’s Eve (Italian) [Legends]
- 1x Ultra Pro Mana Flip Box (Black)
- 2x 50ct. Legion iconic sleeves (Black)
- 1x Duel Decks: Heroes vs Monsters (or equivalent in store credit if a non-Canadian follower)