It's simple.. I am looking for someone who I can give a script to and they can generate a comic book from it. It's all going to depend on what you can do, I wanna work with one person, not a team. This is a long, very long opportunity for employment. I write screenplays. once i have them done they either have to be made into movies or into comic books for myself. I prefer to write and send to the comic book artist who then suggests the angles, etc, etc... and then draws it, inks it an colors it. I will settle down for less than this, if the drawing/art is good, i don't HAVE to have oloring, eventhough it would be a plus. also, i would prefer not to HAVE to do storyboarding myself, i would prefer not to have to describe the visuals of the scene before it's drawn, btu if i have to, then fine. Requirement? WATCH A LOT OF MOVIES, and know the angles that are interesting. Thanks, happy bidding. PS: Number of pages? that will depend on the story. for starters i will start with little/short stories, then we will go a bit longer as time goes on, but be sure, this opportunity, with the right drawing artist, it will be for years. Thanks!
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