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Javier Gay brings the comic graphic and narrative techniques to the Applied Illustration students
25 de November de 2019

The 3rd year form Applied Illustration students are working, in the subject of Projects, in a didactic and fold-out comic to raise awareness about the reduction of plastic consumption and avoid its environmental impact.

In order to learn more about the essential concepts of the comic and graphic novel, the illustrator Javier Gay Lorente offered them a talk and a workshop on November 20th at the School. He explained how to make use of the narrative codes of these formats to be able to synthesize in image and text what they want to transmit and take advantage of the vignettes dynamism.

The next day, November 21th, students from all Applied Illustration courses visited the José Segrelles Museum in Albaida. The painter also developed a significant number of illustrated works in which the composition, the use of light and anatomy were especially interesting for later use in different projects that may arise.

They finished the day with a guided tour by Javier Gay himself at the International Puppet Museum of Albaida (MITA) which has a fund of 400 pieces from Africa, Asia and Europe.

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