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Overview and quickfacts
Wordtoons is a professional and brief summary about the art style of the same name. It is characterized by its use of words and phrases in a cartoon-like manner, often with humorous or satirical intent.
The art style is also known as: toons, animations, cartoons
Categories: Impressionism, Modernism
Wordtoons is a type of art that uses words and images to create a story. The artist usually starts with a word or phrase, then adds images to create a scene. The artist can also use different fonts and colors to create a unique look. Wordtoons was created by artist John Wordsworth in the early 2000s. He was inspired by the work of cartoonist Scott McCloud, who uses words and images to create stories. Wordsworth has created several wordtoons, including “The Adventures of Superhero Girl” and “The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.” Other artists have also created wordtoons, including Kate Beaton, who created “The Adventures of Hark! A Vagrant.” Wordtoons can be used to tell any type of story, from a personal narrative to a fictional tale. They can be serious or humorous, and they can be educational or just for fun. If you’re interested in creating your own wordtoons, there are a few things you’ll need: a word or phrase to start with, some images, and a creative mind. You can find wordtoons online, in books, or in magazines. You can also create your own wordtoons using software like Photoshop or Illustrator.
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