I just posted a new article about an issue that is getting really bad these days...
As you guys know, I'm building up my indie publishing company and am always looking for talent because I have so many titles in my developed universe.
As I was passing through the usual posts, checking out projects for some random freelance work, I noticed some artists were getting into the cyber-bullying thing and bashing on the guy in one of the posts. I responded and then applied for the gig they were griping about and got it.
Here's the original article post and the thread on the forum that allows these guys to keep complaining about not getting their overpriced page rates with zero published credits to prove worth of their rate settings...breaking-comics.deviantart.com…
Throw your comments into the ring and let's see how people feel about this, as you will see in my ' breaking ground ' article, I explain how the indie market is different than submitting and working mainstream and is preset to fail indie creators.
I want to change that and need the help of like-minded creators that are open to swapping trade services on building each other's respective projects to publication, as well as artists looking to build their credits and exposure in the market and want to get a real impact on the industry with something new and different.