4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- "the phenomenon of observing the parts but perceiving the whole", closure is how readers of comics use their imagination to fill in the gaps in action between panels
- the term for all the words and images contained within a frame; comic panels are most commonly rectangular, but may be any shape an artist chooses
- shapes used to contain the speech or thoughts of a character
- "the space between the panels"
3 True/False Questions
aesthetics → "the study of the emotions and the mind in relation to their sense of beauty in literature and other fine arts, but separately from moral, social, political, practical, or economic considerations. This area of study is concerned with the appreciation and criticism of what is considered beautiful"
content → what is said; this refers to the ideas expressed in a text, the story told, the characters developed, etc.
bleed → when art isn't contained within a panel, but allowed to reach one or more edges of a page