Junior displays passion for art through clothes, comics

Jude El Buri

Junior Kayla Doolady dresses up in matching style everyday.
Junior Kayla Doolady expresses herself through art, not only with art class but she also makes clothing, some that she wears. Doolady makes her own comic books with original characters and storylines, the plot coming to life on the page with her own artistic style enveloping her work.
 Q: What classes are you enrolled in?
A: I’m taking Studio Art.
Q: How do you express yourself?
A: Art definitely. I love art
Q: Besides art, what hobbies do you have?
A: I love making clothes. I love altering clothes I like doing a lot of creative stuff. I also love to read. Sometimes I play World of Warcraft. I like writing nice compliments and putting them on Post-it notes and putting them in library books in the library here. It’s so much fun. I checked one out one time, and I found one, so I thought it would be fun to do it.
Q: What’s your favorite book?
A: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It’s so funny. And then I always love Lord of the Rings; that’s probably my favorite.
Q: What do you want to be once you are out of high school?
A: I want to own my own vintage and handmade shop. I think it would be so much fun. Sometimes dresses are really cute, but they’re way too long or they have weird sleeves, and if they were altered, they’d be so much more wearable.
Q: Where do you want to live when your older?
A: Somewhere cold, like in the woods. I just like cold weather, and I feel like if I lived in the woods or in a huge garden, it would be like a fairytale.
Q: If you had to describe yourself in one sentence what would it be?
A: I’m a pretty nostalgic person. I love making comic books.
Q: Have you ever made a full comic book?
A: Yeah, I’ve actually made one for my final project for A.P. World last year. I actually had a character named Captain March, and she’s really cool. She’s like the person I wish I could be if I were a superhero.
Q: How many have you made?
A: I’ve made a lot. Of course, I would start some and not finish them. I’ve probably finished between five and 10. I just think it’s really fun.
By Jude El Buri