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Talon, Durwin and Guin Thompson. "Using Panels to Shape Visual Storytelling: Organizing flow in the graphic narrative." International Journal of the Book 7. (2010): 21–36. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Language: en: English
Peer reviewed
BibTeX citation key: Talon2010
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Categories: General
Keywords: Instructional comic, Narratology, Sequentiality
Creators: Talon, Thompson
Collection: International Journal of the Book
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In illustration, a single storytelling moment can be framed within a single panel. In the comics medium, panels in sequence are employed to create a deeper experience. Panels are the beats behind a narrative. By controlling the panel and utilizing a grid, the author designs the flow of visuals for the reader. This paper explores how the panel can be used to organize scenes, play with time and space, establish beat and create emphasis.
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