I can’t be the only one who thought of this, right?
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS!
"Where is Home?" is a comic and illustration anthology I launched early this summer on Kickstarter. We successfully smashed through our goal of $4k, which is huge for a relatively unknown collection of artists who attempted something like this for the first time!
Well, we enjoyed the experience so much the first time that we’re going to attempt it again! Volume 2 of “Where is Home?” will launch next summer, should we garner enough interest and enthusiasm for the project a second time around.
And we want a much larger volume this time around! We hit 60 pages for our first volume, but I want to hit 100. Maybe 120!! Who knows!
We are looking for talented artists who are comfortable contributing either a short comic or spread illustrations.
The best part is that I want the artists to work at their own pace for this thing. If I start everyone working on their contribution in the fall, there should be no issue why we can’t launch with fully completed artwork in the following summer.
APPLY TODAY FOR VOLUME 2 OF “WHERE IS HOME?”
Please spread the word! Applications are being accepted til September 10th, 2014. :)
TWO DAYS left to apply! We’ve had a great response thus far and I’m really excited to be working with so many talented people!
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