Well, this interactive sequential art project (its a web comic) was done last semester for one of my CNM modules. I still remember the countless hours my group members and I spent on brainstorming, script-writing, illustrating, putting everything together before The Mini-ons of Manhattan came to fruition.NM3228 Interactive Sequential Art has been a really fulfilling experience because without it, I wouldn't have known about the wonders of Adobe!
So NUS students, if you are interested in digital art, comics, scripting your own stories and illustrating them, NM3228 would be a good choice! I think the workload is quite okay, with 1 assignment every 2 weeks, and 1 final project nearing the end of the semester (The Mini-ons of Manhattan was my final project; it was group work for my semester).
However, you might need to spend a considerable amount of time on this module as all your art content has to be created from scratch. The module took A LOT of my time, because everything takes very long when you're a beginner =p But trust me, everything will be worth it when you see all the babies (haha) you have created throughout the semester :)
Anyway, my group members and I are really happy that The Mini-ons of Manhattan has been chosen to be exhibited at Random Blends 2015!! Do drop by the exhibition at ArtScience Museum between 4-6 April to support us and the other students! That's the only way you can view and interact (yes, it is interactive) with our full web comic anyway haha!
I promise it'll be fun (because well, you can play around with the works) 😜
Here's the official publicity poster from Random Blend's website; it has all the info you need!
Hope to see you there!!