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Making Comics Fast — The Social Justice Version (2017)

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A design thinking approach to rapidly developing comics concepts. Workshop presentation by PF Anderson, University of Michigan. Developed for the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion.

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Making Comics Fast — The Social Justice Version (2017)

  1. 1. Making Comics Fast: Social Justice Storytelling PF Anderson, pfa@umich.edu / @pfanderson
  2. 2. Idea What if we mashed up DESIGN THINKING and a simplified COMICS rubric? Image credit: <https://openclipart.org/detail/181394/radio-announcement>
  3. 3. Background 1 DESIGN THINKING is … what?
  4. 4. What is design thinking? <http://dschool.stanfo rd.edu/dgift/>
  5. 5. Background 2 COMICS rubric?
  6. 6. What do you mean, “comics rubric”? Scott McCloud: Understanding Comics <http://scottmccloud.com/2-print/1 -uc/> EdX: The Rise of Superheroes and Their Impact On Pop Culture: <https://www.edx.org/course/rise-s uperheroes-impact-pop-culture-smit hsonianx-popx1-1x-2> 10 things before you start a comic <http://www.makingcomics.com/2014/ 09/24/10-things-start-comic-graphi c-novel/> How to start your own comic <http://www.instructables.com/id/H ow-to-Start-Your-Own-Comic-Book/>
  7. 7. What’s your social justice issue?
  8. 8. … or, in other words, what’s your purpose? On Purpose: <http://www .dungbeetle .org/> Make Health: <http://make health.us/> (Partner & collaborate: Form small groups; Discuss - 5 min)
  9. 9. Who’s your victim or survivor?
  10. 10. Who’s your victim or survivor? Back story What are their strengths? Weaknesses? What put them at risk? Partner & collaborate (10-15 min)
  11. 11. Who’s your hero?
  12. 12. Who’s your hero? Character strengths Character flaws Origin storyPartner & collaborate (10-15 min)
  13. 13. Who’s your protagonist?
  14. 14. Who’s your protagonist? Motivation Origin story or event triggerPartner & collaborate (15-20 min)
  15. 15. Who’s your villain or antagonist?
  16. 16. Who’s your villain? Character strengths Character flaws Motivation Origin story or symbolism Partner & collaborate (10-15 min)
  17. 17. What’s your story or plotline or scene?
  18. 18. What’s your story? Set the scene Buildup Conflict Resolution Partner & collaborate (15-20 min)
  19. 19. Pull it all together!
  20. 20. Templates SUPERHERO BLANK TEMPLATES Heromachine <http://www.heromachine.com/> | <http://www.heromachine.com/2008/01/27/free-blank-figure-templates/> JufsAnne: <http://www.jufsanne.com/kinderboekenweek/2011/kinderboekenweek2011downloads.html> STORYBOARD BLANK TEMPLATE <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1a7QS9BEnPxPlNQRlf9YBfnefS0e5PbEz6MZ3vGLYh34/e dit?usp=sharing>
  21. 21. Storyboard Blank DESCRIPTION Action in Frame (Hero) Action in Frame (Villain)
  22. 22. Storyboard Example
  23. 23. Storyboard to Comic (the process changes the story) Patricia F. Anderson, PhD, Elise Wescom, BFA, Ruth C. Carlos, MD, MS. Difficult Doctors, Difficult Patients: Building Empathy. JACR 13(12)Pt B:1590–1598. <http://www.jacr.org/article/S1546-1440(16)30917-6/pdf>
  24. 24. Next steps
  25. 25. Alternatives to being an artist UNESCO: How to create and publish a photonovel <http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0018/001821 /182121E.pdf> ETechLib: Cheap and Easy Ways to Make Comics or Cartoons for Digital Storytelling <https://etechlib.wordpress.com/2013/05/14/ch eap-and-easy-ways-to-make-comics-or-carto ons-for-digital-storytelling/>
  26. 26. Alternatives to being an artist Apps!
  27. 27. Contacts PF Anderson / @pfanderson / <pfa@umich.edu>

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