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Senior Year Part 6: And This is Where L Leave You

Ellie gives some parting “words of wisdom” in the last installment of Senior Year

By Comics, Featured, Featured Comics

Panel One: A torso shot of Ellie walking to the right side of the page. Their backpack is full of comics. They say, “I’ve been thinking about how I would end this strip since before it started. About the ‘wisdom’ I would impart on current and future art students. But now that I'm here. I'm not sure what to say.”

Panel Two: A zoomed out shot of Ellie Walking out the doors of the 280 building. They say, “Because what I’ve really learned is that I know nothing,”

Panel Three: The shot zooms out even further as Ellie walks away from the building and says, “And I love that.” They continue, “But here’s some stuff I think it’s good to keep in mind.”

Panel Four: Ellie makes their way onto the sidewalks and is now walking towards the reader. They say, “Stay curious. Find ways to keep art exciting even if you hate the assignment. You’re the only person walking out of here with the work you’ve made. The Lakeview 14th floor gender neutral bathrooms are good to cry in. Use everything you can get Access too. Find people that make you excited to make things and hold onto them. Show up for each other. Bring your own lunch. Trust me.”

Panel Five: A close up shot of Ellie casually saluting the reader. They say, “Most importantly though, you are not a machine! Taking care of yourself is non-negotiable!” They continue, “Alright I'll get off my soapbox now. Have fun, play safe, and I’ll catch you later.”

Transcript

Panel One: A torso shot of Ellie walking to the right side of the page. Their backpack is full of comics. They say, “I’ve been thinking about how I would end this strip since before it started. About the ‘wisdom’ I would impart on current and future art students. But now that I’m here. I’m not sure what to say.”

Panel Two: A zoomed out shot of Ellie Walking out the doors of the 280 building. They say, “Because what I’ve really learned is that I know nothing,”

Panel Three: The shot zooms out even further as Ellie walks away from the building and says, “And I love that.” They continue, “But here’s some stuff I think it’s good to keep in mind.”

Panel Four: Ellie makes their way onto the sidewalks and is now walking towards the reader. They say, “Stay curious. Find ways to keep art exciting even if you hate the assignment. You’re the only person walking out of here with the work you’ve made. The Lakeview 14th floor gender neutral bathrooms are good to cry in. Use everything you can get Access too. Find people that make you excited to make things and hold onto them. Show up for each other. Bring your own lunch. Trust me.”

Panel Five: A close up shot of Ellie casually saluting the reader. They say, “Most importantly though, you are not a machine! Taking care of yourself is non-negotiable!” They continue, “Alright I’ll get off my soapbox now. Have fun, play safe, and I’ll catch you later.”

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