Monthly Archives: November 2011

How To Draw Reprinted!

The Center of Cartoon Studies is known for its great student-to-teacher ratio, a stupendous lab to take ideas from sketchbooks to finished books (with almost ANY binding solution), and the works created with Hyperion like Amelia, Satchel Paige and Houdini. … Continue reading

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This Just In: Mark Schultz in the Schulz

Schultz talks about the early days of his trademark series Dinosaur-drawing dynamo Mark Schultz visited CCS for a guest lecture last Thursday, and it was a treat to hear about his career thus far. Not only has the man won … Continue reading

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JP Coovert on your back!

JP Coovert graduated from The Center for Cartoon Studies in 2008 and in his creative wake are many great comics and more than one rad t-shirt. What happened after you graduated from The Center for Cartoon Studies? JPC: After graduating … Continue reading

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Introduction to Katherine Roy, 101

Katherine Roy is a California girl who has found herself driven to the East Coast, whether she is working on a ship, giving fully-costumed tours in Boston, attending school and working on comics. Graduating from The Center for Cartoon Studies … Continue reading

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