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Status Update: May 2017

SCHOLARSHIP WINNER 2017

CLAW CARTOONIST OF THE FUTURE $350 SCHOLARSHIP WINNER FOR 2017 is JAMES BLANCHARD!

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR VICTORY!

MEANWHILE…

ART SHOWS: CLAW artist guild prepares for the next community art show at Destiny City Comics – June 1 st -30 th 2017, this time with a very timely WONDER WOMAN theme!  A portion of the proceeds of Wonder Woman art sales will go to the Tacoma Pierce County YWCA.

MAY OPEN CLAW SWIM DRAWING EVENT: To Be Determined by game captain RR Anderson

OLD BUSINESS…

WAYZGOOSE: We present Anique Zimmer’s 3×3 foot TACOMA HOTEL FIRE  print fresh from the street steam roller!

photo credit Peter Jung

 

CLAW MEMBER SHOW AND TELL

1. One of CLAW’s founders, Mark Monlux, just concluded a successful Kickstarter campaign for his Obscure Movie Monster Playing Cards. This peculiar poker deck received 400% funding. While the campaign is over it is still possible to order a deck before the order is placed with the printer. You can preorder at his online store.  https://squareup.com/store/monlux-illustration

2. “Commander” RR Anderson reminds readers that 1st and 3rd Thursdays are $7 adult tinker nites at Tinkertopia! see Tinkertopia.com for details.

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CALL FOR ART: WOMEN OF STAR WARS COMMUNITY ART SHOW

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Brought to you by CLAW & Destiny City Comics

WHAT: Any family friendly fan art celebrating the many wonderful women of Star Wars. (NO over sexualized images or slave Leias, please)

WHERE: DESTINY CITY COMICS, December 6th-31st.

TO APPLY: Create a cool art work, any medium, 24” x 24” or smaller, ready to hang on the wall with a wire hanger. Sawtooth hangers will not be accepted.
December 2-4th: Bring your artwork along with filled out entry form and $5 entry fee to Tinkertopia, 1914 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402 (entry fee waved on first entry for any CLAW member)
Any work sold will be split 70% to artist / 30% to Destiny City Comics.

OPENING: DECEMBER 10, 2016 5-7pm. Being a non-perishable food donation to be entered to win one of many awesome prizes!

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24 Hour Comic Day – 2016

Every year, on the first Saturday of October, an open challenge is issued cartoonists across the world to conceive, write, sketch and ink a 24 page comic in twenty-four hours. The Cartoonists League of Absurd Washingtonians aka: The CLAW and Tacoma Games are taking the challenge. This will be the 6th year that the CLAW has lead Tacoma’s cartoonist in the challenge, it will be the 2nd year that Tacoma Games will host the venue. Regardless of your skill level, the 24-Hour Comic Day challenge it a test of your creativity, wit, guile, and endurance. The CLAW challenges you to join this epic undertaking.

The Venue:
Tacoma Games
2509 6th Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98406

 The Date:
Saturday, October 1st — Sunday, October 2nd

 The Time
The challenge starts at 10:00 a.m. Saturday and ends at 10:00 a.m. Sunday.

While the event is free, no supplies aside from a table and chair will be offered. You will need to bring your own supplies to survive at the drawing table for 24 hours. Staff will be on hand, a restroom is available, and you’re allowed to bring food and drink.

Due to a finite amount of table space available, and for logistics, participants are asked to register in advance.

24 Hour Comic is an international event were cartoonists are challenged to conceive, pencil and ink a 24 page comic in 24 hours. The CLAW is using this event as a fundraiser for its Student Scholarship Fund. Donate $20 and be drawn into a panel by a Talon of CLAW. Donate $30 and choose your artist. Bribes are encouraged.

To participate in this event at this location you MUST be a confirmed participant. Capacity is 16. Once you are confirmed your name will be added to this notice.
1. Mark Monlux
2. James Stowe
3. RR Anderson
4. Brandon Pierce
5. Thorax O’Tool
6. Anique Zimmer
7. Corey Macourek

FACE BOOK EVENT PAGE HERE

Doors will be locked during late hours.

 

 

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