cartoon essay.pdf - Cartoonist 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 The name of my artist is Ken Sugimori Ken is 51 years old Ken has lived in Tokyo The name of my

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Cartoonist 1. The name of my artist is Ken Sugimori. 2. Ken is 51 years old. 3. Ken has lived in Tokyo. 4. The name of my character is a creature from the series Pokémon called Voltorb. 5. I chose Voltorb because he is in a game I used to play, and I had him so that inspired me to try and remake him. Also, he looked rather easy to draw so I drew him. Finally, I had a trading card of him on it, which I lost a few years back but I still remember about it. 6. The style is chose was animation. 7. I chose this style because animation is what Ken used to make Voltorb. In America, people consider animation from Japan “anime”. I chose animation because it was easy and I watch a lot of animations. This is why I chose this style. 8. It doesn’t specifically say how much the character is worth, he’s made over 151 Pokémon for the franchise, so they don’t give the price for each of the 150 creations he
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Unformatted text preview: had made. 9. It doesn’t say how much Ken made from Voltorb, nor does it say how much he made for his other 150 Pokémon, but he probably is rich because Pokémon is a big franchise that many people watch and play. Constructed Response I chose Ken because as I was young, the only show I watched was Pokémon. Also, I played a lot of the games and I still do, and I owned dozens of their trading cards. I specifically chose Voltorb because I like his design a lot despite being extremely simple. This series is what most of my drawings look like, because I when I was young I traced outlines of some of the characters and because of that, it made me a bit of a better drawer, but I am still really bad at it. This is how it changed my art and why I chose Ken and Voltorb....
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