How to find the right writer?
I did not know exactly where to post this topic, so I decided to put in the writers area. Forgive me if I am wrong.
The question is: how to find the right writer?
I explain: I am Brazilian and I would like start to produce (not now but soon) a project for kickstater - as I am an amateur and I never did anything like that, I wanted something small, around 40 pages - to see if it would work. So I would need a North American writer - who has an interest in such projects, but there are the issues of budgets graphics, giveaways and subsequent payments so that the writer would be responsible.
What would be the best way to format an ad and how to judge any possible contacts?
Any feedback / suggestion would be very welcome and I thank you in advance!
Thank you for the reply!
I can read the usual English, without problems. But I use the help of Google Translate to write.
But that my lack of experience in larger projects that worries me in the time to find a collaborator.
So any hint is welcome.
Originally Posted by amadarwin
First thing first would be to put a link to your art?
It's still this?
Then what about a big project is worrying you? the time it will take you to finish a page, or all pages?
But you are right - if you want to to something on KickStarter, then you have to team up with someone from the USA, as its US-only for now... Coming to UK soon I've heard...?
There are also my Flickr - http://www.flickr.com/photos/7348166@N08/
I would like to do 40 pages in 80 days. I really like the proposal of Kickstarter - send to a publisher may be a second step or case the project fail... I do not know, there's nothing defined yet.
But for now I'm searching on how I should proceed to find the best and most serious contributor possible. How to identify him/her. Collecting bad experiences etc.
Originally Posted by Chris2.0
The bulletin board on this site would do well. There's also digitalwebbing.com which has a similar place to post "looking for partner" type threads.
But, this worked to pique my interest. Sent you a PM just now haha.
Hello, Tommy! E-mail answered!
I'm also on Digital Webbing. I'm digging forums!
Thank you for your contact!
your stuff looks great man! I don't think you'll have a lot of trouble getting a collaborator if you fish for one in the bullitin boards
Thank you for your kindness, P.R. Scholtz.
I was thinking after I read a lot forum around, I came to the conclusion that this type of decision is based on instinct. Perhaps getting (read hiring?) an editor improve the result.
As I want to do more comics to improve myself, I have time to decide which way to take.
Originally Posted by The P.R. Man