Development on paper:
- Using time as a contributing factor, due to the amount of attention creators take to carefully use time in their work.
- Using different decades of comics to help emphasis this disconect with time. Different era’s having a completely different style. (Golden Age, Silver Age, Bronze Age, Modern Age)
- Both Scott McCloud and Marshall McLuhan’s references to the time taking place between panels, “to kill a man off panel, is to condem him to an eternal death”.
- Having One or two predefined panels, drawing attention to this disconect with time and to imply that the random order has meaning.
- Setting up seperate databases to coincide with different size panels?
- What shape should the button be?
- Should it have an arbatrary aspect, or completely obvious in meaning?
- Should it connect to the projects nature as a comic, or the use of time?
- Lev Manovich’s Database Narrative theories coming into play, “database and narrative are natural enemies. Competing for the same territory of human culture, each claims an exclusive right to make meaning out of the world.” [Manovich.5]
Displaying a final project:
- Eisner’s theory of the ‘Meta Panel’ taking form in the shape of the monitor, rather than a page. “the panels will be part of what Eisner called the “meta-panel”, in which the whole page is a panel into which the other panels have been inserted.” [Kamen.2015]
- How will the button be positioned?
- Further away may intrigue the user to seek out what has been triggered, but will also cause the audience to have to break imersion to attempt to read the panels.
- Next to the screen gives the user a direct corrolation to the artifact, but may cause some disoriantation, meaning they may have to keep stepping backwards and forwards just to interacte, and then see the artifact.
- If possitioned on a plinth, possitioning will have to be given a great amount of focus and attention as to not obstruct the artifact or be confused with another display.
- Kamen, M. (2015) Alan Moore: ‘Electricomics’ is groundbreaking, but print is still superior. co.uk. [Online] 29th September. Available from: http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2015-09/29/electricomics-alan-moore-interview [Last Accessed: 07/12/16]
- Manovich, L. (1999) Database as a symbolic Form. Millennium Film Journal No.34 http://courses.ischool.berkeley.edu/i290-1/s04/readings/manovich_database.pdf [Last Accessed: 07/12/2016]