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archive: Gamics
Posted on Monday, May 23 @ 00:00:00 CEST by rebecca

Digital Imaging
Gamics follow the lineage of Machinima, using pre-existing games as environments for the creation of new artworks. In this case, for the creation of comics which explore both the characters and worlds of the games themselves, and other newly created narratives.
This affordable production method has granted space for innovative comic-book techniques, but few Gamics, if any, have embraced the digital nature of the medium for anything more than special affects and compositing.
In most cases, references to the original games seem naive in their simplicity. But perhaps this is a sign that po-mo is finally over, and the simple art of storytelling can finally get along without having to appropriate parodically.

A substantial collection of Gamics works can be found at http://www.gamics.com/
Interview with nathan ciprick. http://www.thesafehouse.org/kb.php?mode=article&k=61

 
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