You guys, it’s been a long, emotional few weeks, but I’m looking forward to being friends with you again.
In the last month, I completed, printed, and bound my thesis at The Center for Cartoon Studies, went to the MoCCA Festival in New York, received my MFA(!), and engaged in celebration and revelry with some of the dearest people in my life.
This will be a brief post, but I’m hoping to get back on the blogwagon pretty soon. I’ve been thinking a lot of thoughts lately, and I’d like to post said thoughts on the internet so that people can engage in a dialogue using all-caps broken language.
In the meantime, here are a couple of neat things:
Here is what this year’s CCS diplomas look like, drawn by the wonderful Elenoar Davis: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cartoonstudies/7188596442/
Here is the gift the CCS Class of 2012 made for faculty member Alec Longstreth (Careful! It’s 1.2 MB!)
Alec is moving back to the West Coast, so to thank him for everything he brought to CCS, we found a spread from Uncle Scrooge Comics by Carl Barks (Alec’s favourite cartoonist), and each student in the class redrew one of the panels in their own style. Here is the orinal spread:
And now to get back to Canada!