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We are looking to hire an artist to complete ten pages for a submission. We already have character sketches plus layouts. Pay is negotiable.
We are looking for an artist with a realistic style. Previous experience drawing American Indians is a plus.
Don't even bother if your deadline challenged.
Please send to email@example.com
Please give my work consideration for your comic. I am currently working on comic art projects for B. Clay Moore (Image comics) and a Graphic Novel. I have done storyboards and film/video pre-production art as well.
my portfolio may be found at http://flameape.com -
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I just sent a mail with some pics. Donīt know if itīs the most reallistic style you need, but I would love to hear more about your project. You can also check my portfolio right here within my forum profile!
I sent u an e-mail earlier with some links attached. I also have some questions;
What's the dimension for the actual artwork for the layout you have?
and what kind of characters are you guys depicting in your project
(Sci-Fi, Horror/macabre, Western, Anime, manga, etc.)?
How soon each deadline would take?
hello I also am curious about the desired dimensions of the work in question. I myself do all of my work on plain 8.5 x 11 inch copy paper, but I know that comic books are like 7x10.5". I guess I need to cut all the paper manually.
http://community.webshots.com/user/narcisa145 http://www.conceptart.org/forums//forums/images/ca_statusicon/forum_new.gif also if anyone knows how to make this X into a picture...
Last edited by narcisa; August 29th, 2005 at 04:02 AM.