Non-Artist Perceptions of Comic Artist Identity

EDIT 7/14/2020: Numbers revised from initial post after error found in some calculations. As a quick follow up to my 2020 Comic Artist Survey, which investigated the comic artist identity and relationship with nonprofit organizations (NPOs), I surveyed a small group (49) of non-artists asking them to estimate how the artists responded. The respondents come in part from my personal social media network and in part from some outreach efforts taken on my behalf by SOLRAD editor Daniel Elkin. This is actually a fairly difficult task; putting it in a pop culture context, think about the difficulty contestants on survey based game shows like Family Feud or Card Sharks have in estimating answers

2020 Artist Survey: Results

Below are the results of a survey of comic artists about their identity as artists and their relationships with nonprofit organizations (NPOs from here forward). The survey ran from April 20th, 2020 until June 30, 2020. The purpose of this survey was to begin a discussion about the needs of comic artists and to frame those needs in the perspective of what actions NPOs can take to address those needs on behalf of the artists. This survey is very much meant to be a conversation starter in the comic arts community. I would very much like to hear your opinions about the results, including but not limited to what aspects of the comic artist identity do the results confirm for you, what opinions

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