The Sea3on audition the last time around involved using a future script page from a future chapter of the staff's choosing. The script had examples of wide shots, close ups, long shots, group shots, background shots- a training exercise to see how the artist would tackle the project. If Gorjira has a page from chapter 7... or maybe a scraped idea that he never used.
Another thing to take into account, I was instructed early on to follow the shows design, but eventually Paul realized I was a lost cause and told me, "Whatever, draw them however- just- WHATEVER!" Or something like that....
If an artist has an easier time doing their own style rather than forcing themselves to replicate the show's style, that's worth addressing.
That is definitely an option. But I got the cash. I'm a rather frugal fellow. I've been saving up to make my own little media-making empire. I'm also a writer and musician and have been saving for VSTs and various softwares for my digital art.
Saber, do you think it would be possible to divide the work up as I have mentioned? Making this a collaborative effort could speed up production and even quality.
Well, I don't have the final say, but that was something that was brought up behind the scenes.
One problem that was addressed was how manageable a team of 3 or 4 would be on the art side of things, would it make things go faster or would it create more problems say... if someone's behind and the others are left waiting... but it is obvious that it would remove some stress from the artists if the work load was shared equally... and it's not like the comic is updating at a lightning fast speed with just one artist.
And it's a common work strategy used all over the place. Honestly, I think it has the potential to help... if everyone can work together.