Sara has graduated, and the world rejoices!

  I graduated back in June, and spent the majority of the summer looking for a place to live/wallowing in my post-graduation depression. Now that I have living situations worked out (I'm officially staying in Atlanta with three of my closest friends), as well as a much needed break from art, I feel like I'm ready to share my work with the internet yet again.

So for senior project, I put together a little comic pitch for a fantasy story I first came up with when I was 17 (I can't even begin to express how drastically the entire story has changed since then.) My favorite part of coming up with stories is creating/designing/exploring characters, so of course, the character sheets were the most fun to work on. 

I also completed eight comic pages, although I'm only going to share a couple with you lovely folks, in order to enhance my mysteriousness. 

 The first two pages were my favorite . . . 

. . . as well as the last two pages!

I gotta admit, I'm a complete sucker for adorable father-daughter interactions, so I hope I was successful here. 

 Since creating these pages, I honestly haven't done too much; I needed a mental break, after being told to draw four years in a row. Since then, I've done a couple of doodles here and there, but nothing too crazy. 

And the break paid off. The other night, I inked a drawing for the first time in months, and now I'm eager to return to creating art! Yay, mental breaks! 

I unfortunately do not have a scanner at the moment, so a camera picture is the best I can muster!

 Hopefully I'll be updating soon; I want to continue working on the comic I started for senior project, as well as returning to my poor, neglected webcomic. 

Until next time!

-Sara Vivanco

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