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A Study on The Comic Presentation Through Three-Dimensional Shot (입체적인 쇼트를 통한 코믹연출연구)

  • Hwang, Kil-Nam;Kim, Jae-Woong
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.8 no.2
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    • pp.91-99
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    • 2008
  • When making a comic film, the comic presentation that uses stress and exaggeration is the important subject among other things. In this study we tried to investigate the comic effect using the movement of three-dimensional shot. To conduct this study, we extracted the shot manufactured through the Flow Motion of a 3D Production Program Virtual Camera and a High Speed Motion Picture Camera. The shot manufactured applying this manufacturing skill and using three-dimensional production method for the video contents efficiently made was classified into several scenes. The focus of this study is to search for the factor that makes the atmosphere of a story comic through three-dimensional production shot. According to the shot analysis, three-dimensional production method plays a role in developing more stories on space and time by visualizing stories in three dimensions, which makes the most use of the movement of camera, lens and the utilization of focus. In addition, in the presentation where many comic and exaggerated factors are provided, we used the technology that stresses a scene using the size of a shot and the lasting time and presented the method that exaggerates space using a 3D Production Program Virtual Camera and a High Speed Motion Picture Camera. By reviewing the qualitative improvement and the efficient method on making comic films through the possibility that the atmosphere of this three-dimensional shot can apply to the effect for comic presentation, we tried to approach the comic presentation.

A Study On The Comic Presentation For Three-Dimensional Shot (코믹연출을 위한 입체적인 샷(Shot)연구)

  • Hwang, Kil-Nam
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.836-839
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    • 2006
  • In making animation product, it is utmost important to produce comic scene using emphasis and exaggeration. This study aims to research on the comic presentation of animation through application of exaggeration and prominence. First, it suggests going under image extraction experiment and moving-shot-method as a mode of measuring three dimensional shot. Moreover, an analysis of the product of three dimensional shot of animation suggests a comic effect.

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Comic-Book Style Rendering for Game (게임을 위한 코믹북 스타일 렌더링)

  • Kim, Tae-Gyu;Oh, Gyu-Hwan;Lee, Chang-Shin
    • Journal of Korea Game Society
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    • v.7 no.4
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    • pp.81-92
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    • 2007
  • Nowadays, many computer games based on NPR(Non-photorealistic Rendering) techniques have been developed due to their distinctive visual properties. However, only limited methods of NPR techniques have been exploited in producing computer games and amongst them cartoon-style rendering techniques especially has had the special interest. In the paper, we suggest an effective rendering method of comic-book style that will be applicable to computer game. In order to do, we first characterize the properties of comic-book from comparing two visuals: celluloid animation and comic-book. We then suggest a real-time rendering method of comic-book style represented by outline sketch, tone, and hatching. We finally examine its effectiveness by observing the game developed using the method.

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Comparison of the Character Movements from Key-frame and Motion Capture Animation (키 프레임과 모션캡처 애니메이션의 캐릭터 움직임 비교)

  • Yoo, Mi-Ohk;Park, Kyoung-Ju
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.8 no.9
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    • pp.74-83
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    • 2008
  • In animation films, the movements of characters are exaggerated and comical. Traditional key-frame animation techniques allow to control exaggeration and comicality of characters at animators' wills. But, recently introduced motion capture techniques have limits on representing comicality and exaggeration although it is convenient to capture subjects' natural looks. This paper chooses two animations from key-frame and motion capture techniques and looks into comicality and exaggeration of characters by analyzing movements and motion of them Movements are classified as four fundamental motion elements - running, jump, gesture and walking - and are analyzed to compare the way of representation from two films. By studying similarity and differentiation of movements of two films, this paper discusses the advantages and disadvantages of key-frame and motion capture techniques in terms of exaggeration and comicality. Comparison of the character movements from two techniques shows that there are common differentiations of those movements.

A Study on Repetition and Multiplicite of Superhero Comics (슈퍼히어로 코믹의 반복과 다양체적 형식에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Seh-Hyuck
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.27-53
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    • 2012
  • American superhero comics are being produced in numerous different forms for multiple, and cross-platform media. In cinema, films based on superhero comics top the list of all time box office records. The same phenomenon of the 'Invasion of Superhero' is duplicated in Korean box office 2012, however, the korean fans are not familiar with the superheroes from the publication which provides the original source of characters and stories for other superhero related media products. Based on observing the multiple and vastness of world building characteristics of superhero comic, this paper attempts to associate the continuous creative nature and the infinite repetition of superheroes and comic texts with the identity of superhero on ontological level. First, chapter 2 examines how one superhero exists in multiple and different worlds individually by utilizing the concept of 'multi-universe' or 'multiverse' in comic texts. Initially, duplicating a superhero on multiple settings and series destroyed continuity and allowed contradiction and paradox confused narrative as a whole, but it also gave chances for comics to be more vibrant and experimental with their stories and characters. Chapter 3 analyzes the superhero comic texts in the light of repetition, concept developed by french philosopher Gilles Deleuze, and make the argument that the superheroes and texts are not repeated to generate surplus of source for economic utilitarian purposes, but it is, first and foremost, a repetition of creativeness and capability. Many concepts introduced by Deleuze in his early masterpiece, $\acute{e}$rence et R$\acute{e}$p$\acute{e}$tition> are taken to support this argument. Mainly, his critical views on generality of the identity and his effort to replace the Plato's system of representation with vibrant creative, and renewal energy of r$\acute{e}$p$\acute{e}$tition. According to Deleuze, repetition is similar concept, if not identical, to what Nietzsche called the 'eternal return' which allows the return of the Overhuman or the Superhuman, and he extends his idea that the returning Overhuman is the singular simulacre which opposes the generalization of identity, in the likes of Plato's Idea. Thus, the superhero's identity is ever changing, ever returning, and ever renewing Overhuman. The superhero must be repeated to fully actualize his/her existence. Also, based on Deleuze's reading of Bergson's texts on the Virtual, the superhero, for example Superman, is actualization of his/her multiplisit$\acute{e}$, the internally multiple, and differentiated variations from itself. These every Supermans' multiplisit$\acute{e}$ shares common memory, past, and duration, thus the Virtual of Superman. Superman becomes himself only by actualizing the movement and differentiation from these multiplisit$\acute{e}$ in his virtual on the surface of reality. On chapter 4, a popular Korean comic book character Oh, Hae-Sung's r$\acute{e}$p$\acute{e}$tition and multiplist$\acute{e}$ are analyzed, and makes comparison to that of Superman to distinguish the repetition from r$\acute{e}$p$\acute{e}$tition, and multiplicit$\acute{e}$ from diversity.

The Laughter and Aesthetics of Korea Manwha on 1920-30s (1920-30년대 한국 만화의 '웃음'과 미학적 특징)

  • Seo, Eun-young
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.151-179
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to analyse the characteristics of the 1920s and 1930s to analyze the emotions of laughter in the popular culture, This period, such as the style of comic books, tools, and textures, has been influenced by the influence of the eodi, and it is in its way to establish the aesthetic aesthetics of the colonial Joseon Dynasty. In the pop culture of the 1920-30s, laughter was a new feeling in the gloomy atmosphere of colonial rule. It was the comic media that showed the sensation to the public, owned it, and injured it. Also, the comic book was an important period in which comic books were produced to produce quantitative and qualitative growth. The study explored how the comics interacted with other media in the 1920s and 30s. And the study analyzed what was selected in there. This can quickly explain how the comics gained, or how they obtained them. This shows how the comics gained, in a way, how they obtained laughter.

Healthy People - 뽀글머리 장규직으로 인기몰이 배우 오지호

  • Kim, Gyeo-Ul
    • 건강소식
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    • v.37 no.6
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    • pp.16-17
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    • 2013
  • 핸섬한 스타일, 말끔한 슈트 차림새로 대표되던 오지호는 어느 때부턴가 시퍼렇고 후줄근한 트레이닝 차림의 코믹한 캐릭터로 친근하게 다가왔다. 그리고 이번엔 유치함의 극치를 보여주는 역할로 인기를 독차지했다.

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Analysis the Korea Movie's Success Factors of Comics Published (만화원작의 한국영화 흥행요소 분석)

  • Park, Chan-Ik
    • Proceedings of the KAIS Fall Conference
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    • pp.550-553
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    • 2011
  • 영화산업의 메카라 불리우는 헐리우드를 비롯한 세계 영화계는 극심한 소재의 고갈로 비슷비슷한 내용의 반복, 기존의 영화를 리메이크하여 제작하는 관행이 점차 커지고 있다. 이런 현상은 다른 영역의 콘텐츠를 영화로 재가공하는 'One Source Multi Use'의 확산을 가지고 왔는데, One Source Multi Use의 원천 소스로 가장 각광받고 있는 것이 만화다. 미국은 1930년대 초반부터 코믹스라는 장르의 만화산업이 발전하여 방대한 그래픽노블과 코믹스를 원천소스로 '슈퍼맨', '배트맨', '스파이더맨' 등의 시리즈를 내놓고 있다. 한국 역시 많은 수의 만화원작을 보유하고 있다. 이는 한국이 다른 나라와는 확연하게 차이가 나는 만화생산 및 소비시스템을 가지고 있는 것에 기인하는데 그것이 바로 만화가게로 일컬어지는 대본소 시스템이다. 대본소를 통한 만화의 보급은 가공할 만화의 생산을 주도했고 일간지를 통해 연재된 장편만화 역시 다른 나라에서는 찾아보기 힘든 시스템이다. 근래에 이르러 문화산업의 원천소스로 각광받는 만화는 스토리텔링을 근간으로 하기에 다양하게 다른 매체로 전이되고 재생산이 가능하다. 이에 본 연구에서는 단지 만화로서가 아닌 콘텐츠로 활용될 수 있는 만화원작의 필요조건이 무엇인지 분석하고자 한다.

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