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Creating Conceptual Comics: Storytelling and Techniques (14 Apr 2006)
Comics nicely bridge the gap between pure text and literal visuals. They let you emphasize the more meaningful portions of a design, and they show the design within a meaningful context rather than in a vacuum.

Kevin and Jane demonstrated that one doesn’t have to be an accomplished comics artist to get the job done. With just a few strokes of a pencil, you can create basic faces and express body language evoking a whole range of emotions. They even provided some handy stick-figure and facial-expression reference guides! Figure 4 shows the handouts.
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