Saturday, May 31, 2014
Eyra's Comic Strip
It's definitely one of the those days when Eyra finally immersed herself...unnerved doing something. It turned out she's making a comic of her own.
On a piece of paper folded and stacked to imitate a comic book, this small comic strips is really an achievement in itself.
I wonder where she got her idea but, boy...the imaginative power of a kid could indeed amaze us. First, she got her own narrative and she managed to put it into drawings...and put the text accompanying them..just like comics do.
The white & white drawing tells about a missing cat and the quest to meet her owner again..and through adventurous twists...
But..what surprised me even more is the fact that she applied Korean language to express her ideas and put those into words.^^
Even she included her own version of onomatopoeia expressions as she understood them in Korean.
An onomatopoeia and the intricate layers of details--though simple as they may look--really got me overwhelmed.
To see how small, it really is....
I grabbed them onto my palm.
page over page as she created...
This is one of the stages before adding the text balloon or any other background drawings.
I find it quite amusing to see the smiling faces of most of the characters..
끝 Fin...Tamat...da...da...it's completely done.
Nope, she said. She needed some colorings.
But at least...this is what she did.
Very proud of you, Eyra.