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Author Topic: Looking for making manga partnership!  (Read 754 times)

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Offline Rizasu

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Looking for making manga partnership!
« on: April 02, 2021, 01:16:24 AM »
Hi

I'm looking for partnership in making my manga. Looking for manga artist who can draw what I told. Also manga artist who using medibang it is easy though to make there. We are joining to manga jump competition!
Since it was partnership I don't  pay you but if we won in the contest or for the future publishing lets half the profit.

That's all
Btw am going to japan these year!

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Re: Looking for making manga partnership!
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2021, 10:38:27 AM »
Hey there Rizasu! If you're looking to attract a partner, you should introduce yourself in the Welcome Center, and post some of your work in the writers section! Partnerships are built on trust and a mutual connection, so get out there and show people what you're all about!

Will review stories upon request. My latest arc: http://goo.gl/KYgsfF

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Re: Looking for making manga partnership!
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2021, 09:23:26 AM »
To be honest I don't think anyone here really uses medibang.  I personally wouldn't want to join the competition as it's mainly there for Jump to find new manga artists.


If you wanted to work on a webcomic I might be interested but I highly recommend to try and draw out storyboards for the first 3 chapters of your story.  A storyboard does not need to be high quality, stick figures/blocky characters work just fine.

The reason I say 3 chapters is because you only have 1-3 chapters to hook a reader to the story.  If you can hook me in 3 chapters with storyboards I might draw it.