Did I mention that I love Guilded Age yet?
Because or thanks to them I have finally found enough willpower and time to actually draw stuff again, and start collaborating on a webcomic project.
Wooot! Drawing again, that can't be a bad thing!
More news about the webcomic hopefully soon.
If this can give a better idea of my tastes, here are some comics I admire and enjoy reading regularly:
- Sluggy Freelance, for its longevity, regularity and delirious story arcs. http://sluggy.com/
- The Order of the Stick, for its D&D setting, humor and solid art. http://www.giantitp.com/cgi-bin/GiantITP/ootscript
- Freefall, for its longevity and humor. http://freefall.purrsia.com/default.htm
- Flipside, for the clean B&W art. http://www.flipsidecomics.com/
- Elf Life (whenever it comes back), for the humor, art and characters. http://www.elflife.net/
- The Book of Biff, for its regularity and one-panel awesomeness. http://www.theb
So, as some Deviants and/or readers from the excellent webcomic Guilded Age may wander by and ask, let's make it official :
"Yes, I'm looking for a writer!"
But, there are a few 'but's.
- I don't have much free time.
- I want to start small.
- I can be frustrating slow.
- I'm partial to sexy chicks.
- I dislike straight lines.
- I'm French. (doh!)
Didn't click away yet? Yay! :-D
Basically I'm looking for someone to help me haul my butt and draw stuff on a regular basis -- probably in the form of a webcomic. I'm biased towards fantasy themes but I'm open to all ideas and keen to experiment!
Now, I'm not sure what a writer
Thank you. I'm not too worried about finding good stories, actually. There are lots of great ideas out there, and I can even come up with my own! For me the real issue would be turning a story into something worth showing, enjoyable to others… that means more work and motivation than I feel able to muster on my own.