I'm Robert...A.K.A. Kagaenod...and I have worked on webcomics in the past and hope to start up my old habit. I can certainly do a short fantasy story, in fact I've been in the mood for such stories. In fact project 1 which is described further along this post seems perfect for a short story.
Among other things, I've worked on a comic called Supercosmic http://supercosmic212.blogspot.com/
as well as comics for artificialcomix.com such as Parkbench Dreamer http://www.artificialcomix.com/parkbenchdreamer/Slideshow.htm
and and My Headache http://www.artificialcomix.com/myheadache/Slideshow.htm
Here are a few of my ideas, though I have plenty and am willing to provide more options if you'd prefer. I understand that projects 2 and 3 aren't suited for a short story, but I figured they gave a good idea of what kind of stories I can tell.
1. First Earth is a land of ocean and islands, a land populated by winged human-like beings that survive in small tribes and towns. These creatures call themselves the Seconds. There are many stories explaining the name among the Secs, the most popular and well known among them claiming "The beasts came first, and we came second."
The Secs, while in their towns with decent numbers, are safe. However not everyone is satisfied with their place, those eager for advancement, as well as adventures, seek out new islands to populate. However untamed islands can be dangerous places for Secs, places where untold of monsters both of flesh and metal reside. The tales of [working title] First Earth deal mostly with those who adventure into the unknown and return to tell the tale, as well as depictions of life in the towns.
2. Eden is a young girl who, upon finishing her SATs, is shot due to excessive noise afterwards by her proctor. Having lived an average life and not doing enough good deeds to warrant entry into heaven or reincarnation, she is assigned as a guardian angel to some boy just a few years younger to herself. Chaos ensues as Eden deals not only with her bizarre afterlife, but also with the schoolyard troubles of a shy and skinny boy.
3. A young man in a world much like ours, inherits a glass egg from his grandfather, who always told outlandish stories about far off places and worlds hidden beneath our noses. The young man finds one day that the egg has cracked open...revealing a mist that is unseen by others and follows the young man around and even communicates by changing its form and forming simple sentences that only the young man can here. The "cloud" also exhibits the ability to change into living beings and thus be seen. This comic focuses on the day to day as the young man, a young college age student, teaches the "cloud" about everyday life in the modern day.
There, that should give the perspective artist an idea of my abilities. I of course am not above developing other people's ideas, so if you have an idea I can work on it. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you're interested.
I'm eagerly awaiting your responses,