Winter break for SCAD students is a long one, but many manage to stay busy. Our break lasts from right before Thanksgiving to the first week in January, which gives us a lot of time to get our side projects done. A handful of students even went to study in Japan (pictured above)! Here’s a round-up of what some SEQAHomies have been up to.
(The Cast of SEQALAB):
- Rashad Doucet was the illustrator of Nadia’s Jewelry box that was just recently published. He was also interviewed by PixelGeek. Double win!
- Kara Leopard began a webcomic for charity!
(Other SCAD SEQAHomies):
- Grace Allison created her portfolio website.
- Matt Ruedinger launched his webcomic, Earth to Chad.
- Melanie Florencio was “approached by the South Carolina State Library and the South Carolina Library Association to speak during 2010 about Sequential Art programs in South Carolina Public Libraries and the importance of having Sequential Art within these libraries.” Spreadin’ that SEQA love!
- Chair to the the Department, David Allan Duncan, was quoted a whole bunch in an article concerning Portland’s recent acquiring of Dark Horse Archives. He was also drawn into a strip of PvP by Scott Kurtz.
- Kel MacDonald had an eventful break. Her blog post about Keenspot was passed around the community, and she was a guest strip artist for PvP!
- Sofia Alexander has a quick write-up!
- Professor David Allan Duncan has photos covering every day of the trip.
- Yidi Yu has a ton of photos of American consumerism in Japan. Plus an entire library of photos to see of the trip!
Thanks to Daniel Woodling for the photo. If you have any projects you did over the break, please let us know in our comments section!