|Rorschach Entertainment Submissions|
What to include in your Submissions Packet:
Send all submissions to:
Or you can email to:
What happens after we've received your Submissions Packet:
All other submissions will be kept on file as well, which means that at that point either we don't have a current opening for you but like your stuff or you have some practicing to do. As long as you send a SASE we will always reply back to you in a reasonable amount of time.
Just because we don't hire you does not mean you don't have a future in the comic book industry, there are many truly gifted artist out there that struggle to find work in this business. It takes years of practice and patients in order to develop the skills truly necessary to work in this field. No matter what, never give up hope. As long as you enjoy drawing and/or writing keep at it.
Creator Owned Projects:
The ideal submission should include a cover letter, a brief overview of the story, 5 pages of script and 5 full size copies of pencils/art of continuous pages. We prefer to work with a pre-assembled teams, with limited manpower it would be hard for us to find the time to put together artists and writers on a regular basis.
We are interested in mini-series, at a maximum of 4 issues, and one-shots. We are not interested in an ongoing series or a maxi-series. Though if your mini-series can continue on in additional mini's in the future we would be perfectly happy with that.
We are looking for clarity in your storytelling abilities and your overall design of panels/pages. Don't show us only action panels; throw in some slower paced samples as well. Make sure that your samples include women, men, facial expressions, mood, buildings/backgrounds, depth, and different points of view. You should be able to take a script, adapting it to pictures to the point that words are almost not needed.
We are very open to diverse styles; we will not limit ourselves to one style or another.
Show us your ability to produce clean and printable work, which includes both clarity and depth. Keep in mind that we view inking as an art form, where you work with and mesh with a penciller in order to bring out a better product. If you can't make the pencils better then you need to keep practicing.
Please send up to 6 samples of your work on cd, color copies or printed.