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Penciller & Inker Needed for Published Comic! (PAID$$)
The following positions are open for applications. Please submit links to work, or portfolio to email@example.com. We will accept submissions up until a week of closure of which we will then notify via our forums.
Letterer (this is a tenative opening)
- Only those that are able to match the style of art required and provide sequential samples will be replied to. (Sequential work is MOST important for us.)
- Accepted applicants are required to sign applicable contracts and NDA.
- This is an ongoing responsibility so adjust time schedules accordingly.
PROJECT DETAILS: "OTHERWORLDS" (TBD)
Long time developed project has finally seen the green light by a publisher and is slated for a tenative date of early 2007. Book is slated for mini-series and/or monthly comic full color. Payment is standard industry professional per page rates. This is NOT a backend deal! (How rare is that.)
Round One: Once initial applicants are accepted you will be required to do ONE test page based off a written script provided by us.
Final: We will decide the final artist and notify that person directly via email.
BASIC STORY OVERVIEW:
It is the year 3020 and the world is enamored with the emergence of a fully interactive cyberspace, the NNet. Our story centers around paralyzed 16 year old Henry Lee, who due to a tragic accident resulting in the deaths of his parents, inherits the largest technology R&D company in the world. Henry, however, becomes reclusive and spends most of his time within the NNet playing an online MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role playing game) called MythQuest. What Henry discovers one day while playing will set events in motion beyond his control!
(For a very crude comparison think Matrix + .hack//SIGN + Tsubasa Chronicles + WoW + Sci-Fi with unlimited creative, artistic possibilities and flexibility.)
Here is some freebies of some conceptual artwork for the project. Again, pencillers must match as closely as possible the style of this lineart. The linework is fairly open with some western/asian fusion influences. Thanks!