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Teenage comic prodigy By liz vass

Tuesday, February 23, 2010


BORN DRAWING Ariel was drawing from an early age. In 8th grade she made a comic for a school project called Live It Like Me I think comics are the way my brain works. When my sister and I were young , we would spend our time drawing together in the kitchen. -Ariel Schrag

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The inspiration Interestingly enough, her inspiration is old Disney characters. She absolutely loved the exaggerated emotions in the characters.

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THE HIGHSCHOOL CHRONICLES

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AWKWARD

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Awkward

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POTENTIAL

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LIKEWISE

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Likewise

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STUCK IN THE MIDDLE

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Ariel and kevin invade everything

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BIBLIOGRAPHY Works Cited Hogan, John. "School Days: Ariel Schrag Discusses Likewise." Graphic Novel Reporter Jan. 2008. Print.

Hond, Paul. "An Ariel View: The Confessions and Obsessions of Ariel Schrag." Columbia Magazine 17 Jan. 2007: 18-21. Print.

Schrag, Ariel. Awkward and Definition. New York: Touchstone, 2008. Print.

Schrag, Ariel. Likewise. New York: Touchstone, 2008. Print.

Schrag, Ariel. Potential The High School Comic Chronicles of Ariel Schrag. New York: Touchstone, 2008. Print

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Ariel Schrag: Teen Comic Prodigy