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  • one year ago

Write about the similarity of the original comic to the enlargement. How similar are they and how can you tell? What would cause differences in the two pictures? If you drew another comic using a grid, is there anything you would do differently? What would happen if you reduced the comic's size rather than enlarged it? Would the process be the same? What would you do differently?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    There isn't an original comic, so do I make one up?

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