Congratulations to our Students!

Congratulations to Miranda Harmon, class of 2015, who is now both working for Cartoon Network, AND has a 3-book deal in the works! (See below!)

Miranda says about SAW, "I learned so much in such a short amount of time from some of the most dedicated, compassionate people I've ever met, with 9 wonderful classmates."

We are so proud of Miranda and all of our students!

Miranda says about SAW,  "I learned so much in such a short amount of time from some of the most dedicated, compassionate people I've ever met..."

Miranda says about SAW, "I learned so much in such a short amount of time from some of the most dedicated, compassionate people I've ever met..."

Screenshot from Miranda’s    Instagram   …

Screenshot from Miranda’s Instagram

Here’s more:

Sally Cantirino (who we call Student Zero here at SAW, as she was our first student) has been kicking it at Black Mask Comics drawing Last Song for them, which has been reviewed at Newsarama who praised “Cantirino’s skill as an artist and storyteller “ and Comics, The Gathering says, “If you’re into killer art, this is a book you need to check out.“

Comic Bulletin says, “Take away the special effects, camera tricks, and the autotune, all there is left is authenticity. Sally Cantirino’s use of light to heavy inking and halftone shading works well with a grundgy, rock theme.“

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And others have been doing amazing things. Our buddy Bjorn Miner was in Best American Comics

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And the hits keep coming:

Kelsey Norman is now in the MFA program at SCAD and says,

“I cannot thank you enough for my time at SAW. I cannot imagine my life without that year now. Thank you for being so generous and kind.”

“I cannot thank you enough for my time at SAW. I cannot imagine my life without that year now. Thank you for being so generous and kind.”

And there’s more. Online student Emma Cook is now doing cartoons for her newspaper in New Zealand.

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And Tom’s students from his days in New York are rising up.

Hurray Alabaster, also now working for Cartoon Network

And Tom’s student from 2002, Leslie Stein is now our visiting artist at SAW this week.

HOW COOL IS THAT???

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