For years I tried to find an artist who made me feel he/she belong on my book. After all, my writing is good, but people read comics for the story and art. I gave up , after having artist wanting to draw big boos, or not work with me on the designs.
It got frustrating. so I had a friend who suggested I turn my comic into a novel. I focused on writing novels for the past decade. Yes. In a decade I wrote four novels, still unpublished. Still in need of editing. During my creative writing journey with Full Sail, my comic book nerdiness came back.
So, I took to Fiverr and found an artist to adapt the first scene of a short film into a comic page. Although the characters were messed up, this was the first piece of a final product I had since finishing my last novel last November.
Although I appreciated that artist, I went looking for another one. With a low, strict budget in mind. I browsed and browsed, until BANG!
Richard page resonated with me. I wanted to secure his talents, so I even added an extra $20 for a $90 per month deal. II didn't hear from him for two days, but he responded with such energy, that I knew this was the right pick.
Richard will be providing the penciling, inks, and colors of Favor of Athena. He is currently working on their designs and the first two pages of issue one.
Check out some of his work. He can be reached at https://www.fiverr.com/share/1KR8LK