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The final Zine

stuART

Saturday, Apr 16, 2016 - 05:30:21 pm

@ Stua0001

The Timeline.

  When It came to the zine, I had a hard time thinking of a format to begin with. Eventually I decided to go with the idea of a timeline, and with that timeline I wanted to play with the idea of clockwork.

My Inspiration

  The idea of using gears in the front cover intrigued me, Read more →

Categories: Zine
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Zine // - Final

Eugene

Saturday, Apr 16, 2016 - 04:21:29 pm

@ Lemons

Here comes my final post for Foundation 2D.

The final images for my Zine is up! And what’d i’d call it is, my Corbizine. Enjoy!

Starting up, is the front cover of my Corbizine. I illustrated the whole of a Corgi lying down, or as they call it, “Splooting”. The front cover consists of the front half of the Corgi’s side view.

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Categories: 3. Zine | Final
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Zine // - Ideation & Process

Eugene

Saturday, Apr 16, 2016 - 03:53:08 pm

@ Lemons

With the new Corgi idea, I went on to filter out at least 10 rules which I could use and ones that I thought I could illustrate. From there, I moved to trying to see how I could lay them out in the Zine itself. This proved to be quite a bit of problem, as I wasn’t too familiar with Read more →

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ZINE- Typorgraphy portfolio

Shoki Lin

Saturday, Apr 16, 2016 - 02:22:50 am

@ Shoki Lin

When I first started out on this assignment, I thought it would be interesting to feature works from all of my various assignments from all my modules. I soon realised that there were too much content to share and its very hard to tie the content together without seeming disparate and incohesive. That was when I decided to use my Read more →

Categories: Process
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Space adventure! (Zine - Research)

Kuang Jun

Saturday, Apr 16, 2016 - 12:30:37 am

@ kchan022

Wanted to do illustration.

Wanted to do a story about space.

So decided to work with illustrator and indesign, creating vector illustrations to tell a story about space.

My main reference:

artwork by: Riccardo Zema

Liked the simple description of the objects but when put together provide a strong sense of composition and depth in the work.

Some other examples:

cr: Poolga

Then I had to capture Read more →

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The Space Bear (Zine - Final)

Kuang Jun

Friday, Apr 15, 2016 - 11:55:21 pm

@ kchan022

The final post for my 2D foundation course.

Let’s start with a story:

Page 1:

This is SPACE BEAR. The main character of the story. Had this little guy appear in my ego project. Decided to explore more of this character’s story since we were told to describe our ‘Journey’ through this 2D course. Placed him as the largest object in the Read more →

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Interactive elements (Zine - Process 5)

Kuang Jun

Friday, Apr 15, 2016 - 11:24:25 pm

@ kchan022

So in my book there are interactive elements to make it more appealing to kids.

I remember when I was young i always loved interactive elements in story books. I liked the surprise element when you open a window to learn something within the pages and also the usual giggles as you make something move. Interactive elements were always fun and magical.

I Read more →

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Zine // Project 3

Chan Xing Yun

Friday, Apr 15, 2016 - 09:16:30 pm

@ Hello

Final

Challenges

I chose to use my Project 3: Ego works for this zine, and all of the pieces were achieved using watercolours on paper. Since the pieces have a hand painted, organic style to them, I found that many ways of arrangement do not work for this; the pages just looked too cluttered. So Read more →

Categories: Research
Tags: design | ego | indesign | zine
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Project 3: Zine

Donn Tan

Friday, Apr 15, 2016 - 07:34:15 pm

@ Donn Tan

When I was first given the brief for the zine project, my mind immediately gravitated to this series of work that I did a couple of years ago, about and for my grandma. This series of images are particularly important to me because this was where it all started; where I found my Read more →

Categories: Research
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Project 3: Zine

Jeremy Sim

Friday, Apr 15, 2016 - 03:45:46 pm

@ Jeremy's

For the final assignment of this semester we were supposed to create a small A5 sized zine of 8 pages (2 sheets of A4 paper front and back) of our previous works as an exercise and introduction to publication making and book binding. It was my first time being introduced to Adobe InDesign, the software that we used to create Read more →

Categories: Research
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