Brandon’s “The After Death” drawings brings a fun and unique perspective to the Texas Cartoonists Chapter. He didn’t start seriously drawing comics until 2019 when he decided to write and draw a different comic-zine a month for the entire year. That was the ignition switch that lit his fire to draw comics again. Check out Brandon’s page!
Read about Jerry Weiss, PhD and his fascinating career. He brings a wide variety of art and educational skills to our group. A licensed Clinical Psycholgist and cartoonist, Jerry brings new insights and humor into our daily lives. He’s available for special projects too!
Be sure to check out Jerry’s page here.
Hey all, the show is all hung and I’m told it looks awesome! Thanks to you for making it happen!
NCS Texas Chapter Chair
TEXAS CARTOONISTS ARTISTS’ RECEPTION on JAN 16 at the KELLER TOWN HALL
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 16, 2020 – 7 to 9 pm –Please Invite Family, friends, colleagues (they plan for a minimum of 75 guests)
What City of Keller will provide:The Public Arts Program provides sandwiches, cookies, bottled water, and all necessary paper and plastic ware including cups and opener for wine.
What Texas Cartoonists will provide: Group will provide finger food, wine or beer.
See you there!
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One of the great advantages of being a member of the Texas Cartoonists is attending the annual get-together with members from around the state. Well, it’s that time again. If you’re interested in joining the group please contact Hector Cantu, our chapter chair. If you’re already a member, be sure to plan on attending the event on August 3rd.
Friends, you have about two more weeks to see Donnie Pitchford’s “Wonderful World of Comics” exhibit at Panola College in Carthage, Texas! If you can’t make it, tell your friends! Maybe Donnie will give you the deluxe tour while you’re there.
Check out the Texas Cartoonists’ NEWS!! page, and read about Richard Dominguez’s TV DEAL for El Gato Negro: Nocturnal Warrior.
How cool is that!
Andy is a real talent, and we’re glad to have him aboard.
Be Sure to check out Andy’s work on this site. Contact him if you’re looking for art in his style.
Eliamaria Madrid Crawford’s work is a delight to explore. Be sure to check out her page. You’ll enjoy her unique perspective and talents. Enjoy!
Be sure to visit Rob Chambers’ webcomic “MeatShield” on our site. You may have similar interests, and want to know how to subscribe to his webcomics, please contact him, and enjoy your visit!
Be sure to check out Rob’s books that he has for purchase, and add them to your collection.
Young people are important to the Texas Cartoonists Chapter—you’ll be the next generation carry on our proud traditions, and help us stay contemporary at the same time. You’ll bring new ideas and new talent to our group, and be an inspiration to all of us.
We’ll be proud to welcome you to our group. And no matter what part of the state you live in, you’ll find someone you can connect with. We have annual meetings once or twice a year, and encourage local meetings as often as possible. We know you’ll love meeting and associating with some of the top professionals in the business.
Student membership fee is $10 per year, and is open to high school and college students who are aspiring cartoonists. Fill out the membership form to apply. https://texascartoonists.com/join-locally
We hope to see you soon! And mention this post to your student cartoonist friends.
Clay Sisk Illustration