I have started learning Korean recently and I wanted to practice writing Hangul so I made some simple layouts to jot down Vocabulary, Characters and a Sentence structure page. I know language printables are pretty common in the studyblr community and there are already many good options out there but I thought mine would be useful to you as well. In any case I wanted to share them with you guys so here they are!
1. Sentence structure page: A simple way to understand how a language is structured. You can write down the original sentence and its translation in English/you first language and compare the sentence structure of the two.
2. Vocabulary page: to remember and revise important/widely used words and their translation/meaning plus some additional info.
This week’s spread. Had to drop the circular form for my week spread because it is not functional for the student life. This week features a daily space for task, special Midterm Project tracker, Class Work tracker, and Week Goals. (and a tiny Elliot Alderson)
Last time on Section I, we covered the basics of storytelling in relation to comics, how text and dialogue can be formatted into sequential images, and various panel techniques to arrange your scenes.
Now that you have a script for a story, you should be aware of several things that are occurring as you begin sketching the panels: the panel’s layout to “direct” the readers through the story, individual composition within each panel, a character’s body language or expression, and how action is shown.