Hi, I am a Christian writer who has absolutely no idea how to go about doing a graphic novel (I registered on ChristianComics.net under "albion", if you want a more detailed posting of my project). Basically, I need a little good advice from several corners. Also, I am looking more for a partner than a sub-contrator - that is, I need an artist to collaborate with on a close scale, and someone who would take more risk and proportionately more gain. So, any ideas? I can tell you more about the project, if interested. But it is fairly involved - its a literary, epic style fantasy/science fiction. I have a website with my sequel to Love's Labor's Lost (also, never published) and links to a short story publishing credit (minor), so I'd love to hear from anyone. Thank you and God bless.
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Thanks for your advice. Christina, I will send you some more information shortly (family stuff going on right now). Basically, the biggest time commitment would be reading the storyline - can't one go into a graphic novel proposal with just a representative piece or two of what it would "feel like"?
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