This tutorial will cover how to take photos from your Camera Roll to create a comic book look using Halftone (.99) then placing those comic images in a comic strip layout using Pic Stitch (free) all on your iPad.  A comic page is made up of individual cells or images. Each cell will be created individually and then recombined into a comic page.

taken from the apps site

Tutorial LinkUsing Halftone and Pic Stitch to Create a Comic Strip

Uses:

  • Character analysis
  • Topic analysis
  • Digital storytelling
  •  A great visual Representation of Knowledge
  • Presents what is essential
  • Easier to remember a visual graphic containing key information
  • Engaging through thinking, creating and writing.
  • Perfect avenue for writing dialogue
  • Incites students with low interest in writing
  • Helps organization through storytelling and storyboarding
  • Using visual images convey meaning to a story or topic
  • Develops creative and higher level thought processes
  • Develops composition techniques through visual-verbal connections
  • Enriches reading, writing, and thinking
  • Serves as and assessment and evaluation tool
  • Sequencing promotes understanding
taken from http://plasq.com/education

Application: Halftone (iPad only) and Pic Stitch (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch)

Software Link: 

Halftone – http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/halftone/id419957803?mt=8

Pic Stitch – http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pic-stitch/id454768104?mt=8

Tutorial Type:  text-based

Platform: iPad (Halftone) and iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch

Price: Pic Stitch (free) Haltone (.99)

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