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Cross-Cultural Opportunities for Christian Creatives

Drawbridge Creations is looking to expand our team!  As we approach the one-year mark since launching our ministry with our first project, Waypoints, we have a lot to thank God for — our financial and prayer partners, the freelance artists we get to collaborate with, the amount of content we’ve...

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Waypoints Season Two is Here!

Waypoints is an online manga series, featuring short stories inspired by the Gospels — stories of lives changed by encounters with Jesus. During our first season, eight manga were serialized over the course of eight months, each story told from a unique point-of-view, each story illustrated by one...

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Waypoints Artist Intro — Tomi Yoshikawa

Waypoints season two starts on May 6! Introducing our latest collaborator, who will be illustrating one of our upcoming manga:  Tomi Yoshikawa is an international illustrator and designer based here in Japan, who has also published work under the pen name Tomi Kichi.   Tomi comes from...

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Drawbridge Goals for 2022

2022 is well under way, so it seems like high time to share a little bit about what we’re planning for the year. Most of it involves continuing and expanding what we’ve started with Waypoints, but of course is all related to fulfilling our vision to bridge the gap between Church and culture;...

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New Year’s Drawbridge Dispatch

Note: This is the latest Drawbridge Dispatch -- our periodic update for prayer partners. We don't always post these to the blog, so if you'd like to receive these updates by email, please click HERE to sign up! Now, on with the update... Hi everyone, Happy New Year! I just wanted to give you a...

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Drawbridge Creations Video Update – Fall 2021

Thank you for being a part of our ministry through your prayers and giving! Please take two minutes to watch this short video for an important update on Drawbridge Creations.As we said in the video, we are hoping to raise the rest of our project fund before the end of this year. If we can get this...

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Waypoints Artist Intros 5 — Masiu

This is the fifth entry in a series of blog posts introducing the cartoonists who are collaborating with us on our online manga series Waypoints. Here’s another collaborator… Masiu is Japanese. She grew up with watching the anime of Studio Ghibli and the TV series World Masterpiece Theatre. She...

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Waypoints Artist Intros 4 — Youmin Park

Youmin Park was born in Korea but lived in South Africa for a decade while graduating high school and getting her BA in Information Design at the University of Pretoria. She has completed several freelance illustration & design commissions, including independent graphic novels and comics, with...

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Waypoints Artist Intros 3 — Mukai Makito

Continuing our series of artist intros, here’s one more artist whose work will appear in our Waypoints manga series…Mukai Makito is Japanese. He studied animation at a technical school. His artistic inspiration comes from old Japanese anime (such as the works of Mamoru Oshii). He has had a vision...

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Waypoints Artist Intros 2 — Ryo Azumi

Ryo Azumi is a Japanese manga artist from Tokyo. After studying animation at a design school, she started working as a cartoonist. She has presented a lot of her comics through commercial magazines as well as through self-publishing. The ancient history of Scandinavia, mythologies and fantasies...

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