The battle: Integrating the Word into comics

Fine arts, design, theatre and the performing arts.

Levels of acceptance of the Word intergrated into the comics and animations world

Poll ended at Sun Jun 26, 2005 6:02 am

All the way is the best! Don't listen to the comments of men but listen to God!
3
50%
All the way is the best! Don't listen to the comments of men but listen to God!
3
50%
The Word still must be preserved word by word, phrase by phrase. But reduce the disturbing visions, despite it's described in the bible
0
No votes
The Word still must be preserved word by word, phrase by phrase. But reduce the disturbing visions, despite it's described in the bible
0
No votes
The Word still must be preserved by in a summarized form. Reduce the disturbing visuals part.
0
No votes
The Word still must be preserved by in a summarized form. Reduce the disturbing visuals part.
0
No votes
ersThe Word be summarized form. Follow to closely may scare away the readers and view. And no disturbing visuals strongly!!!
0
No votes
ersThe Word be summarized form. Follow to closely may scare away the readers and view. And no disturbing visuals strongly!!!
0
No votes
I don't support it. I don't drawing a biblical story in comics or animation will move the teens of this age. Unless it's compromised to their preferances.
0
No votes
I don't support it. I don't drawing a biblical story in comics or animation will move the teens of this age. Unless it's compromised to their preferances.
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 6

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Unread postby Shine for Christ » Wed Feb 08, 2006 2:10 am

Here's a link of a group I joined from myspace where other Christian comic artists, animators and graphic illustrators gather together for fellowship.

http://groups.myspace.com/artlessonsfromgod

Feel free to drop in and have a look.
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Unread postby furrycelt » Wed Feb 08, 2006 12:45 pm

Van Chen, your work is amazing. You are very talented, and I wish you success with your work. Your story is encouraging. I pray that you get the funding that you need.

-ian
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Unread postby Shine for Christ » Sat Feb 11, 2006 11:35 am

Hey thanx for the prayers brother. That's nice of ya. Thanx for your encouragement too.
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Awesome update

Unread postby Shine for Christ » Tue Mar 07, 2006 1:25 am

My sponsor was so excited to launch my books out. He said it must be
strike while the iron's hot. If someone else did it, I maybe accused
as a copycat.

So, he's pushing me to launch espisode one of my comic by this year
Christmas. He's willingly to pay me Fulltime into doing this book
series in order to have me to concentrate totally on this book.

The first edition should be in English. They might have Chinese and Japnese editions.

He's preparing the proposal. If confirmed, for the rest of my years, I
will enter fulltime in fulfilling my calling. That will be a great
testimony! Glory to God!

You can keep dropping by at this link to see any updates I posted on this group about my comics.

http://groups.myspace.com/artlessonsfromgod
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Unread postby musicmonkey » Thu Mar 09, 2006 6:16 pm

Hey Van, check this out - The Artist and the Bible

It is an exhibition of 55 original works on paper of 20th century Biblical themes. Representing a cross section of cultures and styles, the exhibit features works by such well-known artists as Marc Chagall, Georges Rouault, Karl Caspar, Kaethe Kollwitz and Sado Watanabe.


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