Harrison’s Avatar

Hello everyone! My name is Harrison Goldfein and I am eager to partake in David Morgen’s Secret Language of Comics: Visual Thinking and Writing course at Emory University. Challenged to create an avatar for my WordPress website, I generated various concepts that depict my interests, personality, goals during this semester, and characteristics. After browsing through […]

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My Avatar

Hi, my name is Matthew Shu and this is my avatar. I spent almost an entire week thinking and mulling over what I should have as my avatar, a badge that is supposed to represent me authentically and completely. After all that time, I came up with… just a picture. As you can(or can’t) tell […]

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Avatar Sketch

In making my avatar, I thought a lot about how I typically present myself and how I want to present myself, then I considered what makes me me. In the past two years, I have gone from incredibly shy to overly confident. For my avatar, I chose nine pictures that I would have been really […]

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My Avatar

  Hello everyone! My name is Chloe Qin and I am currently a first year student at Emory University. I am taking an English Writing course exploring the “Secret Language of Comics” with Professor David Morgen. I have very little to experience in visual writing, but that is also why I am so excited to…

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Seeing as I’ve received a couple emails myself, I know well that as soon as I hit Publish, an email will be sent out to my professor and peers, as well as anyone else following the site. Then their eyes will follow the words I’m writing now, the words I’ve yet to write.

Working under that kind of pressure isn’t easy. A lot of you know that, there are roughly 20 spotlights on this particular stage.… Continue reading Insert Title Here

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Avatar

I picked an eagle for my avatar because the traits and characteristics I see in this animal are ones I try to implement in my everyday life. I came from Jordan when I was thirteen years old and I felt trapped in my own comfort zone as I did not speak English very well. Hence, […]

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