From Screen to Page

This was a tough assignment! I went through a lot of trial and error to get to my end result. I first had to go screen shot the scenes from the movie that I wanted to use. I decided to pick a fan favorite with Mean Girls because the drama in that movie lends itself to a dramatic cartoon strip. Once I got all the individual images I then put an effect on it to make it look more cartoon-like. After that I had a tough time figuring out how to arrange them to look like a comic strip and be able to add in text bubbles. I finally found this site called Canva where I could upload images and arrange them into a comic strip template. Then to add text bubbles I found a free website called Speechable. This site also works as a social media sharing platform, so my image is shared on there as well! Once I completed all these trial and error attempts I was left with my final product. I am pretty happy with how it turned out, just wish it did not take me so long to complete!! I recommend going to look at my comic strip shared on Speechable here because the image gets blurry the larger I stretch it on here!

 

 

7 thoughts on “From Screen to Page”

    1. Thank you! I used this awesome app called PicsArt and the magic effect called “Color Bright”! I highly recommend the app for effects and filters!

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