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Looking for artits
Kristen Gudsnuk at 9:31PM, July 21, 2009
posts: 1,340
joined: 10-4-2006
I found yer tits

(sorry, I couldn't help it)
last edited on July 14, 2011 1:23PM
flapjack1995 at 10:40PM, July 21, 2009
posts: 941
joined: 11-29-2006
Haha, I thought the same thing but was too chickenshit to say it.

A simple typo, yes, but correct spelling gives you credibility as a writer. Try re-creating the topic under a different name, as this one was lost the second you hit “Send”.

Additionally, more detail, less rant. I'm reading your post and all I know from it is that you like sexiness. Specify what your story is about, the art style you so crave, and possibly tell us your schedule, something to help people decide whether or not they have the time to take on your project. An email address would also help, or at least an indication of how you would like to be contacted. List your expectations, your plans for the comic (short term, long term, print), and a sample of your writing separate from the comic is always a good idea. Lets people know how versatile you can be, how you handle different subjects.

Follow my mini-tutorial, and you are at least 25% more likely to get an artist.
last edited on July 14, 2011 12:30PM

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