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Lucy Gray at 6:14PM, June 10, 2008
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Co-writer found. Thanks if you showed any interest. :]
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flapjack1995 at 6:21PM, June 10, 2008
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Can I be the mediocre artist who sketches out panels?
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liz at 6:30PM, June 10, 2008
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Can we see samples of your artwork, Lucy, to better see what we'll be working with?

Updates every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday! =D
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Lucy Gray at 6:38PM, June 10, 2008
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Can I be the mediocre artist who sketches out panels?

I have two concerns.
First and foremost is your age. I'm sure there are legalities surrounding the issue, and I don't want to find out about them the hard way. Also, given that I'm 5 years your senior, I fear there may be some miscommunications in some of the more mature areas.
Secondly is your workload. How many of the comics on your profile are active? I'm looking for this to be a long-term project, with at least one update per week. I don't want to commit to this and have you back out due to being overworked. I'm not discrediting your work ethic, I just know that I tend to give up on things when I get busy.

I'll think about it. Thanks for your interest, though.
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Lucy Gray at 6:44PM, June 10, 2008
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Can we see samples of your artwork, Lucy, to better see what we'll be working with?

I put a few URLs in the original post. I would have put in the actual images, but the “image” button was sending my post instead of inserting the img code. > w>
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flapjack1995 at 6:47PM, June 10, 2008
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I've been working with older people since I started, so I'm fine with the age difference. There's nothing illegal or immoral about working with a younger internet user. As for the comics, only one of them is actually on a schedule, because one is hiatused, one is a do-whenever, and one is only on my account for a day or two because it's a community project. The one on a schedule updates only once a week, so two comics a week is no problem. I have a lot of free time.

EDIT: After looking at the art, I'm not so sure I'd be any good at this. I'm not as good with that style as I am with the PA style.
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Lucy Gray at 6:54PM, June 10, 2008
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It's not that you're younger, but that you're not of legal age yet. That's the main legality I was talking about.

You wouldn't have to adopt to my style. As panel sketcher you would just sketch out the scenes in your own style and I'd base the final product off what you did. The only time there would have to be style adaptation is if you wanted to have a part in creating the actual finished product. I guess this is a general statement to anyone who thinks they'd not do well paired with my style, too.
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flapjack1995 at 7:18PM, June 10, 2008
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Oh, I see! But I'm sure I can legally sketch a few panels.
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Lucy Gray at 7:29PM, June 10, 2008
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Oh, I see! But I'm sure I can legally sketch a few panels.

Mmkay.
I'll give it another week to see if anyone else is interested and then we'll talk business.
Besides, I won't have access to a scanner for another week due to my friend vacationing in Vegas.
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