Now I need someone to replace them, and hopefully as soon as possible.
if there's anyone new who want's to try out for the position, or if you tried out previously and no longer would want to work on the project, then let me know in the description.
Im going to repost the old journal entry from before for anyone who did not have the chance to see it and try out for it the first time
"as many know, i have been working on a Sexual Offenderman comic for official publication for awhile now.
Or at least I would have, had it not been for the guy i hired to help me work on the comic not managing to do much of anything for about 6 goddamn months straight!
Well time has fucking run out for him to do his damn job. Ive finished the project that had kept me from being able to work on the comic myself, but of course, rather than doing the inking and coloring for the final work like i had planned, instead i have to try and start from fucking scratch and hire someone to help me to the layouts for the comic like what should have been done months ago.
As you could tell, I'm at the end of my rope with this guy. So I'm going to try and hire literally anyone else, which means getting the word out to you guys!
if any of you are skilled enough artists in skills like perspective/ setting scenes in panels/ and making layouts for comic book pages to be able to set together a decent framework for a comic intended for legit for sale publication, that i could go and fill in the color and detail for, then let me know and I'll see if you're good for the job.
Also allow me to emphasize,
YOU WILL BE GETTING PAID FOR YOUR WORK UPON IT'S COMPLETION
when the comic is in publication, you will probably get in the ballpark of a fourth or so of the available profits from the comics sale's not being taken by publishers and fees and the like. not to mention for the more starting out artists, you'll have the portfolio builder of having an actual comic book in publication. so yeah things to consider.
If you want to try out for the position, then let me know as soon as possible, and we can see if you're right for the job. "