I am the writer for Loaded Dice
, a comic that follows a group of D&D players and the adventures of their characters. We have been on again, off again for the past couple of years - an are ready to come back from an off again time (I was out of a job so we went on hiatus). In our heydey, we were above a thousand readers (we've been to that high water mark a couple of tims, in fact).
Loaded Dice has changed artists a couple of times, and is about to do so again - my current artist is about to take on a full time school schedule on top of her work, and just won't have the time. I am going back to the artist I once had who is probably the most talented I have ever had (sample of her strips here
Lyra (the artist) loved the comic, but was unable to do lines, backgrounds, colors, and shading and keep up the schedule. I tried coloring, but I'm not an art guy; I can do flat colors, but I am slow, and my shading is poor... I made her awesome art look less awesome.
I've tried other compbinations with other aritsts, but have come to the conculsion that we need to divide up the labor more. The plan is for me to do the scripts, the lettering, and maintain the website. Lyra will do the lines and the backgrounds. Our colorist (you?) will do colors and shading.
We're going to go to a once per week schedule, and plan to build up a small cushion before the comic goes live again. This is not a paid position. Howveer, the plan is to eventually make a little pocket money off of the comic once we grow readership enough - all parties will equally split any profits.
Of course, we all know that we need to get a serious readership before there is ever in money in it, so the best candidate would be on who enjoys the subject matter and the art involved.
If this is you, please let me kwow. Feel free to contact me directly at [url=mailto:email@example.com]firstname.lastname@example.org[/url]
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