2016 Anthology Project

Cover of the Lighter anthology from the 2018 class project

When the students in their first year at The Center for Cartoon Studies got back from a (hopefully) nice little vacation, they were assigned one of the most difficult assignments in the whole program, the classic comic. Each year, the students are assigned a new theme, and this year they got Golden Age animal funnies. In two weeks, they must use the old-school workflow where everyone works together to make a single cohesive comic book to create their own 28-page floppy.

Lighter

Lighter anthology cover

Lighter was created by Mary Shyne, Whiteley Foster, Sophie Hughes, and Daryl Seitchik.

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On Edge

On Edge anthology cover

On Edge was created by Rachel Ford, Dan Nott, Trevor Richardson, and Erich Wunderlich.

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As Above, So Below

As Above, So Below anthology cover

As Above, So Below was created by Andi Santagata, Rainer Kannenstine, Erienne McCray, Alex Foller, and Jess Johnson.

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Photos courtesy Abe Olson.

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About Angela Boyle

Angela is an alum at the Center for Cartoon Studies (class of 2016), and a natural science illustrator. She hails from Washington state and has 2 corgis, Nisa and Ernie. View her work at angelaboyle.flyingdodostudio.com.
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