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Scott Andrews
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Posted: 20 September 2014 at 3:18pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

"Photomosaic Graphic Novel"?
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I like "photomontage" or "fumetti" - those seem to be in use and more applicable to the process and final piece of work.




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Scott Andrews
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What does "fumetti" translate to, exactly?  Anyone here speak Italian?  :-)
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I'm trying to avoid the term. There must be something better!!



Key Frame Comics!

(I kid. I kid.)
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What does "fumetti" translate to, exactly? Anyone here speak Italian?

It is my understanding that the word means "puffs of smoke," and is a reference to speech balloons. In Italy, I'm told, all comics are fumetti. In America the term has attached to photonovels.

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Posted: 20 September 2014 at 8:06pm | IP Logged | 6 post reply

How about "Photomontage Artwork"?  It implies using photos, arranging them into a montage that tell a story but also using artistic talent.
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Altho I've used "photomontage" a few times, it really only covers part of the job. And anything that adds to what is already a hefty chunk of syllables soon becomes cumbersome.
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Digital Stories
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Digital Stories

That's just one format, and not the format for which the work is being created.

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Brian Miller
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Finally got to read the latest issue. It's my favorite of the series so far. "Time's Echo" was a great story. It certainly seemed like a "lost episode." 

And the backup story was wonderful. That last page was priceless. 

More and more, this series impresses. 

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Conner Dinkins
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Well I've enjoyed looking behind the scenes long enough, I'm going to order one finally. I think I'll get the annual first and then catch up on the further adventures. I love the old show and recently wanted to watch them again so this will be fun to read along while watching old episodes.
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In a very weird moment indeed, I stumbled upon some GILLIGAN'S ISLAND online porn being done in the same was as these photocomics! Could not tell how old they were.
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