JULY 17, 2014 ORGANIZATIONAL UPDATE: Unfortunately, I have not found any artists to work with that have stayed on through the completion of a project. No artists are currently signed on. Though I’m always on the search for new aspiring up-and-coming artists to work with, I am taking a hiatus. I recently relocated to the Boston Area for the summer with the intention of finding a day job to make my stay permanent. I am focusing on that and once I am a little more settled, I will return to trying to make Cartwheel Group 3 Comics successful full force. Any interested artists can still contact me via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cartwheel Group 3 Comics Creator/Editor
Fame & Fortune is the project that is currently in production at CG3. Since it is in process, we thought we’d share some sketches of character designs Orion Vang has been working for one of the cast members of Fame & Fortune. His name is Juan Perez.
Happy International Women’s Day from Cartwheel Group 3 Comics! Reckless Abandon is the first and only CG3 character to be teased so far. We hope to instill her future characterization with the intelligence, strength, compassion, and complexity of women all over the world.
Cartwheel Group 3 Comics (CG3) proudly presents their brand spankin’ new logo created by Jaime Aranda, principal of El Paso, TX-based graphic design, web design, and printing boutique, Positive Design Company, LLC. See more of his firm’s work here.
In the coming weeks, CG3 will be rolling out versions of the logo across all of its platforms including here at the main site as well as at the official Facebook Page, Twitter Account, and tumblr. blog. Where applicable, updated looks will accompany each of the platforms.
We recently got more ‘likes’ on our Facebook Page thanks to a couple of CG3 friends sharing it with their contacts. Since we’re excited about that, we thought we’d take the time to remind you that Cartwheel Group 3 Comics is on Facebook, Twitter & tumblr.
Remember this tease? Here’s a little more on this concept. It’s called Polka Dots & Plaid, which refers to the two main characters. It draws on What Not To Wear, the idea of being reprogrammed, black holes, and alternate lives.
My personal mantra with everything that I do that is creative. I even apply it to things that are not specifically poetry as all art and forms of expression are poetic. I’m taking this time to take this and breathe this mantra into Cartwheel Group 3 Comics. Super hero comic creation is about self-expression, too. Really, to me, it’s all about freedom of expression.
I originally posted this at our official tumblr blog. See the original post here.
Check out this great site for indie web comic creators called Webcomic Underdogs. It includes resources, a forum, and more. We here at Cartwheel Group 3 Comics plan to utilize it moving forward with our projects.