Current Residence: the outskirts of Greensboro Favourite genre of music: rock, punk Favourite style of art: comic coloring/painting Operating System: win mx Shell of choice: shells and cheese Skin of choice: Evangeline Lilly's Personal Quote: If you cock a roosters doodle will it doo?
So...Here I am again. I can't shake the comic book bug. Since I first arrived here on DA, my goal was to be a "professional" in the comic book industry.
My main problem was not being able to handle the pressures of the day to day grind of working my way up in the field and actually raising my family and holding down a full time job. Something had to give, and I was going to make sure it wasn't going to be my family. So I basically shunned the art world for a while. It was a hard decision to make, and I lost a lot of friends and connections because of it. A lot of disappointment.
So...Here I am again. Fresh start. Trying to gain
I felt like I grew up with this comic...
My copies sit along side Spawn and all of the other first Image books, as what got me into the whole comic art phenomenon...Now, Who wants to draw a pin-up for me?....Please?...pretty please with peanut butter and jelly?
copied from `Wen-M (https://www.deviantart.com/wen-m)
Every day, there are more and more Craigs List posts seeking "artists" for everything from auto graphics to comic books to corporate logo designs. More people are finding themselves in need of some form of illustrative service.
But what they're NOT doing, unfortunately, is realizing how rare someone with these particular talents can be.
To those who are "seeking artists", let me ask you; How many people do you know, personally, with the talent and skill to perform the services you need? A dozen? Five? One? none?
More than likely, you don't know any. Otherwise, you wouldn't be posting on craigslist to find the