Hello, my name is Chris. I am a writer, filmmaker and composer who has been looking to get into comic book writing/scripts. There is probably a better or more appropriate spot to post something like this elsewhere, but for now clearly it has caught your eye... so perhaps that will suffice.
~~~> but is 'your' eye the one I am looking for? <~~~
Are you an immensely talented and dedicated artist/illustrator?
Do you have a deep seeded love of Comic Books? and Comic-storytelling?
Do you draw incessantly, and seek out new direction and ideas to draw and stories to tell?
Well if you answered yes to these three questions you just may be who I am looking for! I would very much like to meet someone whom, if we choose to collaborate together, can actually get the pages DONE!
I have a few story ideas that I have already started working on, but am waiting to flesh out once i have found the right collaborator(s) [yes, i would love to tell you more, but not here]. I am also however coming up with new ideas all the time, and would be interested starting something totally new from scratch as well.. or even taking over writing/scripting/dialogue on a project that has already started, and maybe needs a fresh voice/perspective!
Subject matter wise, I am mostly interested in Adult - Drama, mystery, and/or fantasy (ala 'Vertigo'). I am also however down with various types of comedy, (mostly observational and satyrical), Super Hero stuff, Horror, Sci-Fi, and Erotica.
Right now, I am mostly looking for experience, but would ultimately like to start writing for print. So if you feel your work is of that quality, or is quickly approaching that level, and you think you have the drive/willpower to get projects finished, please don't hesitate to contact me.
I have a few different projects in mind requiring different styles
(for instance... one, called "Masters of Novelty" [philosophical comedy] I am looking for a sort of R. Crumb style artist... another however, called "I in the Triangle" [lightly erotic drama/mystery/comedy] I am looking for more of a J.H. Williams III type style)
I look foreword to hearing from you and discussing further!