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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Robert L. McFaddin posted a status
"Where can I go online to learn how to use photoshop? I've never used it, but would love to learn how to use it. Prefer a classroom with a te"
6 hours ago
İbrahim Deveci joined CCAS Web Admin's group

Visual Artists

We create the visuals, whether they be pencils, inks or digital derivations.
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İbrahim Deveci joined G. Strout's group


For all of those web-comic creators in our midst. Sign up now!See More
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İbrahim Deveci joined Christina Cheek's group

Amateur Comic Artists

For the new comic artists, rusty comc artists and new upcoming hopefuls: place to discuss, offer helpful critique and advice to one another.
9 hours ago
İbrahim Deveci joined CCAS Web Admin's group


Whether small press or handling the big print runs, we handle the Publishing tasks!
9 hours ago
İbrahim Deveci posted a status
"Yes Brien our Magazine and Companie name is "Embrace". We want to hug children of Turkey with God's love and knowledge."
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İbrahim Deveci posted a status
"Thank you so much RG2Centes..."
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Jason T Schmitt posted a photo
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Matt Crotts posted a photo


At the point where I am able to start designing the third main character to my story: Trias, the young and hopelessly patriotic naval ensign, who is forced against his will into the cut-throat world of bandits and outlaws on the African frontier.
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Kurt Lewis posted photos
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Brett posted a status
"I am searching for an artist on my book project that is under contract with Baker Publishing. How do I use CCAS to find an artist."
RG2Cents posted a status
"Ping Pong is bopping two heroes with one hand at "When Foxes Fly"!"


Christian Comic Review 11 Replies

Hello friends,Sometime ago I suggested creating a Christian Comic E-zine. I noticed that oftentimes, CCAS has many awesome projects and strips show up on the main screen before…Continue

Started by Sven Jacobs in GENERAL/MISC. Last reply by Jolene Houser on Tuesday.

drawing software? 27 Replies

"Does any body have any suggestions on a comic drawing software? what do you use?"Continue

Started by Leigha M. Sherman in ART MENTORING & LEARNING. Last reply by D.L. Maffett on Tuesday.


I recently purchased "The Lamb and the Fuhrer". Great book. The artists used an interesting technique for scenery. It looked like they used actual photographs of buildings (interiors and exteriors) and then drew or inked and colored over them. I…Continue

Started by Robert L. McFaddin in INTRODUCTIONS on Friday.

Post Funny Stuff! 13 Replies

I thought I'd start a humor thread! Post your funny drawings, captioned images (or captionable images) and short, funny comics! Post original stuff, cite your source if you post someone else's stuff and keep it clean! Don't make fun of any Christian…Continue

Started by Jotham David Parker in CHALLENGE ARENA. Last reply by Susan Mattinson Jan 20.


Hi Everyone!I'm new to the site, so I thought I'd share a brief introduction :)My name is Susan Mattinson and I'm an ordained Presbyterian Minister in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.  I'm the full-time (albeit somewhat unconventional) minister of a…Continue

Tags: artist, minister, children, free, activities

Started by Susan Mattinson in INTRODUCTIONS Jan 20.

Je suis Jesus 1 Reply

I am acquainted with many cartoonists, fans or pundits who have been reacting to the deaths of the twelve French satire cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo. The purpose and humor of the magazine was foul, stupid, and gratuitously perverse, so I certainly…Continue

Started by Brien Sparling in FAITH AND CREATIVITY. Last reply by Susan Mattinson Jan 20.

Blog Posts

IF Comics and Barnsy Ink

Posted by Kurt Lewis on January 26, 2015 at 2:51pm 1 Comment

Hey Everybody:

I have been gone for a while, sorry about that. I have been busy with work and being a father and a husband. I have also have had many ups and downs in regards to getting published.

A few years ago, I partnered up…


Vote for Oliver Pitt!

Posted by Jonathan Matos on January 25, 2015 at 6:45pm 0 Comments

Greetings guys! It's Jon, from, posting to ask for help with a contest I've submitted to over at I've started a webcomic over there called "Oliver Pitt and the Sentient Salad Bar", which…


Far out love story

Posted by Landon J Weckerly on January 15, 2015 at 7:04pm 3 Comments

Dan Lee and Brien Sparling, this is for you.

This was the interim art project I was mentioning.  The title was just a working title, but I really couldn't think of a better one.  I just did the 4 pages of the original idea, didn't…


Prayer needed and Now Open for Commission!

Posted by Aaron(asaurus) Illustrations on January 13, 2015 at 3:00pm 3 Comments

Hello everyone! Just wanted to try at this and give you all a life update and try to not  be isolated in difficult times.

     I joined Christian Comic Arts Society last semester because my girlfriend Mia was a member and she…


Allegories of the Way Volume 3-This is a little preview to the first story in the Volume 3(a continuation from the last story in volume 2).The intro was an idea from a separate story I had planned. I…

Posted by Melchizedek Todd on January 7, 2015 at 2:38pm 0 Comments

Allegories of the Way Volume 3-This is a little preview to the first story in the Volume 3(a continuation from the last story in volume 2).

The intro was an idea from a separate story I had planned. I always wondered since…


Ex Machina: Liberating Myself from the Ghosts of Comics Past

Posted by Jonathan Matos on January 6, 2015 at 11:16am 2 Comments

As I prepare to draw Episode 4 of my webcomic, (called Oliver Pitt, for the uninitiated,) my brain is still on Christmas vacation. Specifically, I’m remembering with fondness how much I…


New God Scene show

Posted by Melchizedek Todd on January 5, 2015 at 9:03am 0 Comments

My wife and I been busy for some time so the recording of shows have been less. But here is the latest show about The Blessing of God and more.…


Church history in comic. Volume One: Jesus —— Part One:What is Church?

Posted by Paloma on December 25, 2014 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

Hi, guys.

I have started a comic series on church…


Here's a preview page from AN ACT OF FAITH #10...

Posted by Al Nickerson on December 18, 2014 at 12:53pm 0 Comments

AN ACT OF FAITH #10 kicks off a new story titled "Shinobi." This storyline focuses on the Scarred Fist Ninja Clan.

I suppose the idea of dying is scary to some folks. The themes of "Shinobi" focus on death, idolatry, and seeking eternal…


Make It a Captain Sun Christmas

Posted by Bryce Morgan on December 11, 2014 at 12:12pm 0 Comments

Still looking for a kids' gift that combines fun and faith?  …


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.)


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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