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This is a Peanuts tribute doodle I did to celebrate my appearance as a Cartoonist-in-Residence at the Charles Schulz Museum this past weekend! And the poster that was in front of the museum! I was so honored to be amongst the company of other artists I really admire! like Raina Telgemeier (Smile), Kazu Kibuishi (Amulet), and Hilary Price (Rhymes with Orange). Thanks to Jessica Ruskin for this opportunity!

It’s a wonderful museum to visit if you ever get near Santa Rosa. They have Schulz’s studio recreated exactly like it was at his house with the original furniture, books, and drawing supplies.
I like the doodle! Thanks for teaching at the Schultz museum. I really enjoyed your visit there.
7/21/12 reply
Oh, were you one of the students in my class?
7/22/12 reply
Hi Emma! For school every year I have to do a summer project. This summer it has to be anything about archaeology. I was thinking about making a comic book based on special discoveries that archaeologists made. Do you have any advice on how to make it funny????
7/19/12 reply
Hi, of course I can help you! This is a tricky question, though, so would you mind emailling me so I can give you more detailled suggestions? It's hard for me to give advice unless I can see specific examples! Click on the "Contact" button at the bottom of this page to contact me. I'd be happy to help!
7/22/12 reply
I absolutely love Charlie brown! Have you ever played the app called Snoopys fair
7/19/12 reply
No, I haven't! Is it fun?
7/22/12 reply
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