Manga Artists => Manga Artists Wanted => Topic started by: tsutaoka on January 06, 2022, 11:22:34 AM


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Title: manga for hope/smiles
Post by: tsutaoka on January 06, 2022, 11:22:34 AM
Hi all, I am new to this forum. Recently my partner lost her fur-baby :-( She loved her sooo much + this was the first death experience.

I am looking for someone who has interests in a small manga concept to brighten her day. If she loves it; it could lead to something big.

Please DM me if open to explore.

Thanks, Greg
Title: Re: manga for hope/smiles
Post by: scruffyronin on March 09, 2022, 08:24:08 PM
Best of luck.
Title: Re: manga for hope/smiles
Post by: Coryn on March 10, 2022, 01:39:33 PM
Hey there Tsutoaka, I'm sorry to hear about your partner's loss. I know it's a good cause, but you should let people know all the details so they can decide whether or not to jump on board. Let people know if it's paid/unpaid, the wage, length of manga, quality of manga, delivery schedule, etc.

Good luck finding someone!
Title: Re: manga for hope/smiles
Post by: Operative13 on March 10, 2022, 05:51:16 PM
Hello tsutaoka,

If you're looking for artists, I happen to have a solid team of artists on hand for my personal projects. In fact, we finished a writer's contest just last week. You can check out some of their works here (,20933.0.html).

Of course, professional work means compensation is necessary. It would help to know what kind of work is to be expected and what budget you're willing to work with. Making a manga is no small feat, and there's a lot of planning, design, and revisions that go into the process. I'd say even for a small one-shot manga, you're looking at between 1-3 months minimum. Possibly longer. I highly recommend you consider your options first before committing resources. I'm able to maintain a relatively large team because of consistent budgeting, but not many others can afford to do the same. As the saying goes: You get what you paid for. If this is something you're dead-set on achieving, then we can certainly talk further, but be sure you're willing to put in the time and effort to make it happen.