link <-Really quick plug for my latest Whovian Netter article. It is an analysis of Clara's relationship with the Tardis. Check it out!
Now, onto business! For the longest time now I've had an idea for a Doctor Who webcomic that I feel I just have to have made. As you may have been able to gather, I need an artist to help bring my vision to life. So I offer to you prospective artists a few details on the project.
Without giving away too much of the plot(that comes after you take the job!), my idea revolves around the 50th anniversary special, and would be roughly ten pages in length. I'd like it to be done in the style of "Fade Away" by the fantastic Paul Hanley and Shawn Van Briesen, seen here: link , which I highly encourage you to check out just because it's a phenomenal piece.
I would provide a script for you to work off of as well as notes and direction on a page by page basis. Mr. Hanley and Mr. Briesen are both seasoned professionals, so I obviously don't expect quite the same level, unless you can confidently say you're on that level, but I am looking for something a little nicer than stick figures, y'know?
I'm also not going to be super picky about your finished product because, and here's the rub, I am not currently in a position where I could pay to have this completed. Now here me out! I understand many artists need to live off the work they do, so I wouldn't be offended if you simply can't afford to take up this project. I admit upfront that I'm looking for someone who would be willing to do this for the experience and publicity. In addition to that, however, I would absolutely give my artist equal credit when the finished comic is posted. If we end up working together I would be of the mindset that this is your project as much as it is mine, and I'd respect your creative input accordingly. I would also post it adamantly to any Doctor Who related group I could, both on deviantART and elsewhere, and give the artist free reign to do the same as long as they offer me the same courtesies when doing so.
So there you have it. It's not the most appealing job in the world, I know, but I'll say this: I really think I have a winner with this idea. If you want to be a part of bringing that to life, or know someone you think would be interested, please message me for details! I look forward to working with you, see you in the future