Teaching Guide in Need of Artists
Submitted by John Baird on January 21, 2008 - 08:33
The Create a Comic Project is in search of artists willing to contribute to a non-profit guide that will help others teach children about creating comics. The guide is being done in comic book form to make it accessible to all ages.
The guide needs artists willing to donate comic pages that can be used as teaching materials or draw instructional pages from scripts. A cover artist is also needed. The deadline for submitting art is mid-to-late February.
1. Donated art can be any style, from stick figures to highly detailed. The requirements for donated art are minimal, so this is an excellent opportunity to become published.
2. Instructional pages and the cover will need to be drawn to a minimum standard.
3. Those who draw instructional pages and the cover will be listed as co-creators.
4. Everyone who contributes will be given space for short biographical summaries that can be used to advertise comics or other projects.
Money raised from the sale of the comic will go toward supporting future teaching guides, if any, as well as the Human Services Center and Braddock Carnegie Library in Pennsylvania, the current sponsors of the CCP.
Further details will be sent via email. Interested participants can contact the CCP at: createacomic at NOSPAM gmail dot com. If donating art, please only send an email expressing interest first, then donate after reviewing the technical requirements. If interested in drawing instructional pages, please send a sample of art or a link to your home page.