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Production on Bonnie Lass: The Committed
is moving along!
Are you an artist? Want to be part of the action?
Bonnie's looking for some pinup artwork to further embellish her adventures.
We're always eager to see new fanart, but now we're looking to showcase some of that inspired talent in the upcoming volume!
Any artwork we receive will be shared on the Facebook
page and in a special gallery on the blog site, but some of the favorites may be exalted to the printed pages of Bonnie Lass: The Committed
WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:
Pin-ups of characters from the Bonnie Lass universe. If you've seen 'em in the comics or on the production blog, they're fair game! Any medium toopencils, pens, paints, pixels, paper-mâché
! Even collaborations are welcome! For inspiration beyond the comics, see here
No original characters or other characters you don't own the rights to. Let's just stay out of the legal gray area. (If you do illustrate a crossover with YOUR OWN characters, it can definitely be put in the online galleries, but we may have to pass on printing them, just to be safe.)
Artwork should be sized to fit on a standard comic page (or able to be cropped) to be considered for print. Also, keep in mind the nature of the comic. PG-13 material at most, reasonably safe for middle schoolers. Things can be cheeky and violent without being gratuitous.
WHAT YOU'LL GET:
The satisfaction of a job well-done and your work being showcased for any number of comic fans to see!
Full credit and a link back to your own portfolio/gallery/webcomic/Twitter/etc.
Printing arrangements permitting, a free, signed copy of the issue featuring your artwork, with a special note of thanks from Michael Mayne.
No hard deadline as of now, as publication has yet to be made official, but to be considered for inclusion in the first issue, you'll want to get something in as soon as possible!
Also note that the only compensation on the table is stated above. No further compensation, financial or otherwise, can be expected. By submitting artwork under these pretenses you are agreeing to permit Michael Mayne to use said art to reasonably cross-promote you, the artist, as well as the Bonnie Lass property. You will not lose any rights to the art yourself, so don't worry about that!
HOW TO SUBMIT:
Send a low-res (72-96 dpi) JPEG or PNG to email@example.com
with the subject 'BONNIE FAN ART'
Include your name, profession (creator, inker, colorist, hobbyist, etc.) and a link you'd like me to refer back to when sharing your artwork.
Also, if you post it online (please feel free to do so!), go ahead and send me the direct link to it so I can link to that as well.
If your piece would make a nice addition to the printed issues, you will receive a follow-up email requesting a hi-res file. Please don't send a 60MB file as your initial submission!
Hope to see some really fun stuff! Thanks ahead to those of you who take the time to work something up, or even pass the word along!