I think it would help if you'd give some examples/description of the coloring style you're looking for...
I'm currently penciling a project called Edenfall and am looking to find a collaborator to color the project.
No upfront pay. But there would be a split of any profits.
Project will be a mini-series/graphic novel.
Writer has Hollywood agent, and we are pursuing options outside of simply publishing the book. But it will also be shopped to Image.
Here is a sampling of what you'd be coloring:
And the napkin sketches to show you where the project is headed:
If you are interested in coloring this project for a percentage of profits, please send me a private message here on the forum.
I wouldn't say that I've pinned it down to a particular style. But since the colors would be directly over pencils, I was thinking along the lines of how Dale Keown's stuff was colored on The Darkness would be ideal.
I also wouldn't mind more painterly styles like Ribic to give it more of a retro/pulp look.
If I was doing the colors myself, It would most likely be hand painted.
But, like I said, I am open minded when it comes down to it.
"Penciljack isn't a gallery site, it's a critique forum. Please try to remember that in your next thread."
I'll critique this if you want. I see no one else has.
Man, you make me wish I was a colorist, this is awesome work. Whoever does land this gig will have some great material to work with. Have you tried DA?
This looks like an awesome comic, and I love the pages you posted! I would be very interested in sending you samples of my color work if there were anything but the promise of profits for payment.