Art & Story 194 – The Big Panel Shape

July 28, 2011 by Jerzy  
Filed under Art & Story, Podcast

[private]This week we take on a question put to us by Mark Harmon:

How do you approach the panel shapes on a page? Especially when you are working for a client who has in the script the set number of panels already. If I want to break from the “grid” system and do something a little more experimental, how do I make that work and not confuse the reader as to which panel goes first and so on?

We spend an hour or so responding with thoughts on communicating with the client, breaking a page into discrete areas of concern, and our own tastes in regards to panel borders.

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