Christian Comic Arts Society

A Network of Christian Fellowship for Comics Fans, Pros, and Amateurs

The CCAS has provided opportunities for fellowship and mentoring among Christian comic book professionals and enthusiasts for over 20 years.

If you are new to the CCAS, how about introducing yourself over on the Forum? Come on in and join in!

Post your Introduction, you latest Blog story, Photos of your artwork (remember not to post anything objectionable.) Start or join a Group or post a question in Forums.


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Brien Sparling liked Edgar Campusano's photo
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Aaron Uglum posted a blog post
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Joseph Allen Ives posted a photo
Friday
Christopher J Manta replied to Christopher J Manta's discussion How do I get going?
"Thanks, Sounds like some good ideas!"
Friday
Gerald Teal liked bannedartist's photo
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Gerald Teal commented on bannedartist's photo
Thursday
Steve Crespo replied to Steve Crespo's discussion FromNothing.Life
"Hey, Luis...    Thanks, man. I'll post ned strips whenever I'm able to create them!    No... haven't taken any mission trips as of late, but my wife and I did pack up the family and moved from NY to Salt Lake,…"
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Edgar Campusano commented on Dan Keagy's photo
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"Hi my name is Edgar, I came across your art work and it’s inspiring!!! I wanted to know what are your rate fee on pin ups and sequential story board art project. I hope to hear from you soon Peace and Aspyre  "
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Edgar Campusano liked Dan Keagy's photo
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Edgar Campusano liked Dan Keagy's photo
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Edgar Campusano liked Dan Keagy's photo
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Edgar Campusano liked Dan Keagy's photo
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Forum

How do I get going?

Started by Christopher J Manta in STORYTELLING/ WRITING. Last reply by Christopher J Manta on Friday. 2 Replies

I have ideas for a superhero comic. I have outlined some general character descriptions, plot lines, etc. What is my next step? I do not know how to get ideas into a written comic format.Continue

FromNothing.Life

Started by Steve Crespo in INTRODUCTIONS. Last reply by Steve Crespo on Thursday. 4 Replies

Hey, all!Man... It's been a long time since I've posted anything here. I had a webcomic going for a while but when I decided to end it I kind of shifted my attentions to other things entirely. Comics in general kind of lost their hold on me for a…Continue

So I Need A New Computer for Art and Online College...

Started by Lizzie G in GENERAL/MISC. Last reply by Joseph Allen Ives Nov 29. 8 Replies

My current Windows 10 laptop... I really think it's on its last legs. My aunt bought it for my dad, refurbished, but since he had no use for it he gave it to me. And it. Is. So. Flipping. Sloooooow!!! And very choppy, too, when it comes to video and…Continue

Character Designs

Started by K.G. Adams in GENERAL/MISC. Last reply by K.G. Adams Nov 24. 3 Replies

Does anyone have any advice for coming up with unique character designs? Right now when I envision most of the characters I haven’t drawn yet looking like Ace Attorney characters, Danganronpa charaters, and celebrities whose career height was…Continue

Ideas About how Irregulars are Viewed in New Eden

Started by K.G. Adams in STORYTELLING/ WRITING Oct 29. 0 Replies

Does anyone have any thoughts about how society views Irregulars? I know their powers have to be kept secret from the general public. I don’t know if the government is aware of them and /or on their side. One of New Eden’s core cultural ideas is “Ma…Continue

Advice for a webcomic newbie

Started by Aaron Uglum in BUSINESS & LOGISTICS. Last reply by Aaron Uglum Oct 19. 6 Replies

This is in response to Janae Grace Huber's request for advice for a webcomic newbie... and it's way too long for a status comment, so...There's basically three "costs" in starting a website of any kind:Loss of control of your content.Your time and…Continue

Blog Posts

After the first battle

Posted by Natalie Rodarte on December 2, 2018 at 1:42am 2 Comments

Finally!!! After a few years of stress, adhd, anxiety and depression, work slumps, dealing with evil in-laws, being my own worst critic, destroying and rewriting, lots of crumpled papers, crying spells, angry bouts, writer’s blocks, artist…

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Its that time of year again

Posted by Landon J Weckerly on November 27, 2018 at 3:35pm 0 Comments

Hard to believe 2018 is almost over.  Since Christmas has officially started (before the end of November), its time to pick up a personal tradition of mine: drawing the "Rocking Reindeer" comp.  It started as an idea a long time ago as an album…

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Welcome to the Christian Comic Arts Society (CCAS) Online Network!

Did you know that CCAS has monthly meetings in the Los Angeles area? Contact Eric Jansen for more info!

 

Also, members of CCAS have produced the APAzine ALPHA-OMEGA for over 25 years!  We have about five openings right now!  Contact Eric Jansen for more info!  (This is a 30-member active-participation-only photocopied magazine for Christian writers and artists who submit a "trib" every other month for fun, fellowship, and critiques by other members.  Between postage and your photocopying costs, you might pay anywhere from $5 to $25 per issue.)

CCAS OFFICIAL CODE OF CONDUCT

Welcome to the CCAS Social Network!

Please note that the Moderators use the following guidelines when reviewing submissions to the site, and do their best to use discretion and insight when applying these guidelines to specific situations. These guidelines are not meant as a legalistic set of rules, and each site member is to be held accountable solely on the basis of their own postings.

CCAS is committed to unity within the church body. Discussions of theology and denominational differences may be allowed, but forum members are discouraged from proselytizing for their particular denominational doctrines within the forum. Please use private correspondence for that type of discussion.

CCAS is committed to respect. Forum members are encouraged to address the issues under discussion and not to resort to any denigrating characterizations of the person, regardless of how mild you deem your comments to be.

CCAS is committed to building up others. Members are encouraged not to make negative inferences (i.e., presumptions about other members’ remarks), especially when such inferences have no clear objective basis.

Please note that this site is for the members and associates of the Christian Comic Arts Society, and thus basic Christian principles are expected in our interaction here. This includes consideration for the feelings and conscience of other members. Likewise, obscene/profane language, pornographic content, and libel are strictly prohibited.

Most importantly, please remember the words of Christ: "By this the world shall know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." (John 13:35)

If there are any concerns or suggestions regarding these guidelines, please bring them up to a Moderator. Thank you, and God bless!

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