Tons of comics writers and artists make their homes in Durham, Chapel Hill, Raleigh, Hillsborough, Cary and nearby, but too many of us think we're alone. Well, not anymore! Join the Triangle Comics Creator Network and get to know fellow creators of all backgrounds, working in all genres, at all skill levels. Friends and family welcome too!
All official TCCN-organized events are free and open to the public, and, unless otherwise stated, open to all ages. (We may sometimes have outings to paid and/or 18+ or 21+ events organized by other groups.)
The first of TCCN's regular virtual critique sessions for cartoonists and comics-adjacent folks! Space is limited, and participating artists will be able share up to four pages or two spreads of a finished or in-progress work, or the equivalent thereof if you work in a different format.
See more info and registration info at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-critique-for-comic-artists-tickets-115913262689. NOTE: RSVP-ing here at Meetup doesn't get you into the event, so make sure you register at that Eventbrite linke!
MANY MANY thanks to Cynthia Deis of Triangle ArtWorks for setting up and hosting our first session. Email me at [masked] with questions.
Come to the Comics Creator Hangout at Atomic Empire to meet fellow creators, show off and trade your work if you have it (no sales please), and make our local comics scene even better. All ages, skill levels and genres welcome, and please tell all your comics-makin’ friends and family to come along. All ages, skill levels and genres are welcome, and friends and family too!
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**If you've never been to Atomic Empire before, finding it can be a bit tricky. Other, easier-to-see businesses in Westgate Shopping Center include Li Ming, Burger King, El Rodeo, and First National Bank.