Wanted to report that all of the completed episodes of Chroma are now available on YouTube thanks to the efforts of Kyle Taylor, who’s been a fan and supporter of the project for years. Even though interaction is obviously a major component of the piece, I’ve gotten a number of requests over the years for straight video versions of the chapters to be exhibited at various events, and have been happy to oblige. If you’re not in an interactive mood, don’t want to install Shockwave, or just want a quick taste of the piece, check out the Chroma playlist Kyle has put together--and be sure to click the “High Quality” link for the best experience. Thanks Kyle!
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Here’s a list of links to works cited in my recent talk “Storytelling in the Age of Divided Screens” at Gallaudet University.
I’m very happy to announce the launch of “Timeframing: The Art of Comics on Screens,” a new website that explores what comics have to teach us about creative communication in the age of screen media.
To celebrate the launch of Upgrade Soul, here’s a screen shot of an eleven year old prototype I made that sets artwork from Will Eisner’s “The Treasure of Avenue ‘C’” (a story from New York: The Big City) in two dynamically resizable panels.
The last couple of months have seen an uptick in published commentary on Strange Rain, much of it owing to notice the app received at this year’s Modern Language Association conference in Seattle.
Dialogue bubbles huddle together in the Unity authoring environment like backstage theatre performers awaiting their chance to shine in the forthcoming iOS and Android release Upgrade Soul, from Opertoon.