Still on Facebook, Twitter & tumblr.

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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.

+’Like’ us on Facebook!
+Follow us on Twitter @cartwheelgroup3!
+Follow us on tumblr!

As we had stated before, things are still in progress, but we urge you to stay tuned.   There really is more to come!  Things should definitely kick off in 2014.

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STILL LOOKING FOR ARTISTS…

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STILL LOOKING FOR ARTISTS to work on original characters, concepts, and stories. This is an UNPAID opportunity, but you and your work would be SHOWCASED and PROMOTED.

Selected artists would be asked to work on one stand-alone ORIGINAL story (20-22 pages). This way it would not be a long-term commitment for the artist.

The process would begin with character/concept design based on descriptions, doodles, and/or references. Then, the script would be written by the writer, the artist would draw out the story, and once completed, it would be posted at the main site.

If the artist wanted to work on something again after that, this subject could always be revisited in the future.

This would also require weekly calls to get the characters going and finalized. Once things got rolling, only monthly calls would be required until the project was completed.

If you or anyone you know may be interested, please email Cartwheel Group 3 Comics at cartwheelgroup3@gmail.com for more information.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Freddie Rodriguez
Cartwheel Group 3 Comics Creator/Editor

So, the idea is…

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…that once an artist or artists is/are selected, they will be featured on one-shot (stand-alone) stories on a monthly basis at the main site. These will be 20-22 page stories posted 1 page-a-day from M-F each month. The story will start at the beginning of the month and end at the end of it.

This way, it’s not a long-term commitment for the artist; various artists can be showcased; and different characters, concepts, and storylines can be explored.

The same artists can always return to work on other stories if they are interested and characters, concepts, and storylines can be revisited down the line if there is artist and/or audience demand to do so.