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FAITH AND CREATIVITY (104)

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Should Christians Comic book creators have a target audience or should the audience always need to be for the all-ages? Should Believers ad…

Started by Kendall UwaibiLatest Reply

Leaving the Commercial Art realm...

So I've been taking a contemporary art class to cover some liber studies credits, since that was the best course offered for the quarter. I…

Started by UnchartedSpiritLatest Reply

One artist that you admire, to share the gospel with.

At my job, I am the only Christian on my shift and we were discussing that if we met the one person what would we do. I said Jerry Rice and…

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Found an interesting article

I was doing research for my comic when I stumbled upon this: https://erlc.com/resource-library/articles/10-biblical-truths-about-animals

Started by K.G. Adams

1 Oct 26
Reply by Kevin D. Lintz

Artists and the Church

An interesting article you may want to check out- "How to Discourage Artists in the Church" http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/tgc/2013/0

Started by Steve Crespo

13 Aug 1
Reply by Tom Montgomery

Answers to Prayer

I haven't been on here for a while. I posted about a year ago and was very excited to find Christian Creators who did comics. I talked with…

Started by Christopher Lee Jones

13 Aug 1
Reply by Tom Montgomery

How many superman clones do we need with a cross emblazoned on their chest?

Full disclosure: I have done it too. Is this caused by a lack of creativity? Perhaps its just a natural path that Christian comic artists…

Started by Robert Kirkpatrick

27 Jul 20
Reply by Tom Montgomery

Consistent life themes throughout stories

First and foremost, I'd like to politely request that you NOT comment unless you believe in the consistent life ethic, as this post very mu…

Started by K.G. Adams

0 May 4

Consistent life themes throughout stories

First and foremost, I'd like to politely request that you NOT comment unless you believe in the consistent life ethic, as this post very mu…

Started by K.G. Adams

0 May 4

Mature Content

Should Christians Comic book creators have a target audience or should the audience always need to be for the all-ages? Should Believers ad…

Started by Kendall Uwaibi

47 Mar 24
Reply by Ron Zeilinger

Gospel in a Fantasy Comic

    Webcomic Daughter of the Lilies lays out Grace powerfully in the context of an inspiring story.Go see it!! http://www.daughterofthelili

Started by Brien Sparling

1 Feb 23
Reply by coleman D. rhudy

Stuck in a creative rut

I've come to an almost completely standstill on my current project. I've almost run dry on any good ideas except for a few small tidbits th…

Started by K.G. Adams

5 Dec 16, 2016
Reply by Aaron Uglum

Need Help to Design Evangelistic Comics

Hello, my name is Eugen from Germany. I work as a pilot but also as an evangelist. In the recent years, I have been developing teaching mat…

Started by Eugen Krahn

2 Dec 13, 2016
Reply by Eugen Krahn

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