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"Riding Shotgun"- Sneak Preview! 2010-02-28 10:22:05 Reply

Here's the script for page 14 of my comic book script titled "Riding Shotgun". I'm currently trying to find an artist to work on this project with me. If anyone's interested, PM me or E-Mail me at pfenixfyre8@aol.com.

The Script is finished, by the way. This is from the second draft. The Script is 16 pages, and it's for a 32 page one-shot.

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Response to "Riding Shotgun"- Sneak Preview! 2010-02-28 10:33:20 Reply

And here's the script for page 15.

All of this is Copyrighted to me, Phoenix Godwin of course.

Also, I can't post anymore, for fear of giving the whole thing away. Tell me what you think of this bit though.

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Response to "Riding Shotgun"- Sneak Preview! 2010-02-28 11:26:07 Reply

It seems interesting. Unfortunately I can't help you as I'm no artist. My only suggestion though is to put a bit more description into the script, so that whatever artist you find is more on your mind set, rather than running off and doing his own thing, which could look and feel completely different than what you intended.

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Response to "Riding Shotgun"- Sneak Preview! 2010-02-28 12:06:22 Reply

At 2/28/10 11:26 AM, sinfulwolf wrote: It seems interesting. Unfortunately I can't help you as I'm no artist. My only suggestion though is to put a bit more description into the script, so that whatever artist you find is more on your mind set, rather than running off and doing his own thing, which could look and feel completely different than what you intended.

Yeah, I understand what you mean. At the same time, I don't want to put any artist off by limiting their creative freedom.

My main purpose is to write stories, and yes, I have a vision for it, but who am I, the writer, to say that my visual vision for it is better than the visual artist's might be?

Still, there are some things that I will have to discuss and clarify with whichever artist I get involved.

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Response to "Riding Shotgun"- Sneak Preview! 2010-02-28 12:12:40 Reply

At 2/28/10 12:06 PM, PhoenixGodwin wrote:
At 2/28/10 11:26 AM, sinfulwolf wrote: It seems interesting. Unfortunately I can't help you as I'm no artist. My only suggestion though is to put a bit more description into the script, so that whatever artist you find is more on your mind set, rather than running off and doing his own thing, which could look and feel completely different than what you intended.
Yeah, I understand what you mean. At the same time, I don't want to put any artist off by limiting their creative freedom.

My main purpose is to write stories, and yes, I have a vision for it, but who am I, the writer, to say that my visual vision for it is better than the visual artist's might be?

Still, there are some things that I will have to discuss and clarify with whichever artist I get involved.

I'm sure there has to be SOMEONE around here that would follow the script word for word, but then again you are right about the conflict of vision. There's an art forum you could visit (if you haven't already), you'd be more likely to find someone there as fewer people check the writing forum for things other than... writing. It does look interesting, but like the other response, I'm no artist either :(

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Response to "Riding Shotgun"- Sneak Preview! 2010-02-28 12:32:17 Reply

At 2/28/10 12:12 PM, WizMystery wrote:
At 2/28/10 12:06 PM, PhoenixGodwin wrote:
At 2/28/10 11:26 AM, sinfulwolf wrote: It seems interesting. Unfortunately I can't help you as I'm no artist. My only suggestion though is to put a bit more description into the script, so that whatever artist you find is more on your mind set, rather than running off and doing his own thing, which could look and feel completely different than what you intended.
Yeah, I understand what you mean. At the same time, I don't want to put any artist off by limiting their creative freedom.

My main purpose is to write stories, and yes, I have a vision for it, but who am I, the writer, to say that my visual vision for it is better than the visual artist's might be?

Still, there are some things that I will have to discuss and clarify with whichever artist I get involved.
I'm sure there has to be SOMEONE around here that would follow the script word for word, but then again you are right about the conflict of vision. There's an art forum you could visit (if you haven't already), you'd be more likely to find someone there as fewer people check the writing forum for things other than... writing. It does look interesting, but like the other response, I'm no artist either :(

I recently posted a thing on the art forum but it was locked .I'm not sure that there was a viable reason for it getting locked, but it's pretty uncool. I need an artist, and I'm sure there are some artists out there who would like a project.

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Response to "Riding Shotgun"- Sneak Preview! 2010-02-28 12:43:10 Reply

At 2/28/10 12:32 PM, PhoenixGodwin wrote:
At 2/28/10 12:12 PM, WizMystery wrote:
At 2/28/10 12:06 PM, PhoenixGodwin wrote:
At 2/28/10 11:26 AM, sinfulwolf wrote: It seems interesting. Unfortunately I can't help you as I'm no artist. My only suggestion though is to put a bit more description into the script, so that whatever artist you find is more on your mind set, rather than running off and doing his own thing, which could look and feel completely different than what you intended.
Yeah, I understand what you mean. At the same time, I don't want to put any artist off by limiting their creative freedom.

My main purpose is to write stories, and yes, I have a vision for it, but who am I, the writer, to say that my visual vision for it is better than the visual artist's might be?

Still, there are some things that I will have to discuss and clarify with whichever artist I get involved.
I'm sure there has to be SOMEONE around here that would follow the script word for word, but then again you are right about the conflict of vision. There's an art forum you could visit (if you haven't already), you'd be more likely to find someone there as fewer people check the writing forum for things other than... writing. It does look interesting, but like the other response, I'm no artist either :(
I recently posted a thing on the art forum but it was locked .I'm not sure that there was a viable reason for it getting locked, but it's pretty uncool. I need an artist, and I'm sure there are some artists out there who would like a project.

It was locked you say?

o_o

It was probably an accident unless you violated some other rule in the post, threads tend to be locked randomly every once in a while. This post will stay up, and I'm hoping I'm not getting you in trouble, but I'd say try again. It might have been locked due to the extreme use of the word "fuck" but... this site is pretty much free with language.

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Response to "Riding Shotgun"- Sneak Preview! 2010-02-28 12:46:34 Reply

Oh wait, now that I think about it...

There is a rule for collabs if that's what you were advertising it as. You have to have a batting average (average of ratings) over a certain number, I think 3.5, to lead a collab. I don't know how that would affect WRITING seeing as there is no writing portal (yet?) here on newgrounds, but that is indeed a problem. You seem worthy to work with...