I do!! :-D !
My senior project is 15 pages because a month ago the publisher I’m aiming to work with asked for some corrections so I decided to rework my project and that put me behind quite a bit. I was originally aiming to make 20-30 pages by the end. But I’m pretty pleased with were I made it in the project :-m!
But I’ve also made up 3 posters (almost done) and a 3 illustrations for the project as well, so, pretty pleased haha!
Do you go to MCAD? or aim to? :-m?
I’d be happy to share! But, since I’m a comics major, I can only really speak strongly to my department, so I hope that’s alright.
The way that Senior Project is set up here at MCAD let’s you chose between going and doing research (for a comic) and presenting that as your senior show or making a long narrative comic (this comic is something that can bleed into a project that you want to do after you graduate, be pages to go seek out work at companies, or pages to present your ideas to a publisher). For me, choosing between the two was simple because I’d already been working on my project seriously for about half a year.
So students are able to chose their own ideas and depending on what you want to do with your degree, teachers here will use their experience to help you cater that OR help you when you run into road blocks.
My experience on my senior year has been, haha, really stressful and terrifying, BUT also really fulfilling. I haven’t worked on a longer narrative throughout MCAD, or really ever aside from some fan work I was doing in high school and my early days here at MCAD. So for me, it was really learning how to consider a narrative at length. In addition to that, it also really help me set up a groove in how I work and figure out how long it takes me to get pages done. This year also gave me a lot of guidance in what I want to do after I graduated and I was able to really concentrate on figuring out how to get there as well as have the confidence to ask for help from my prefacers and alum.
People here at MCAD are really helpful and everyone really want to see their peers succeed! So glad to here your gunna be joining part of the MCAD family and if you have any other questions, feel free to send me a message! Hope this was helpful! Have a gif!