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Re: cartooning & digital camera suggestions

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Thu, 09 Apr 1998 23:18:48 -0400

Just wonder if you have tapped into Cartooning from other lands.If you
have any Japanese book stores in the area or suppliers of such. Check
out the "Jump magazines" Many of today's animators in Japan started
first at cartooning. Jump is very popular with all people .They have
some geared toward Kids,Adults (Men & Women). It's the mag. that is
commonly read on the train(if they have room). Their society feels
different about Comics than ours. How many top business men can you name
that read comics on the way to work?(or women)

Hint: Look over before giving to kids as their comics are quite graphic,
in sex and violence.


Andrew Stutesman wrote:
> Second, my high school is a tad unique in that we offer a semester
> long class on cartooning. Being this is my first year teaching, and
> never was I told in the university to prepare for teaching a
> semester's worth of cartooning, I was wondering if any of you out
> there do the same and/or if any of you have any suggestions on lesson
> plans, ideas, and other resources. I have covered character
> development, comic strips, editorial and commerical one panel
> cartoons, and now I am just finishing up caricatures. Any help would
> be greatly appreciated, as I am starting to run dry.
> Thanks much, for this and all your great advice you give in every
> digest!
> Andy Stutesman
> Austin High School
> Austin, MN
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