Do you want to join our team? We have 40+ pages drawn and ready for coloring TODAY and we’re looking to collaborate with YOU! This is a paid position! Here’s a little bit about us and our project:
Megan “Bacon” Prazenica is a storyboard artist living in Los Angeles. She has worked as an animator on South Park, a storyboard artist on BoJack Horseman, and is currently a storyboard artist on the upcoming Netflix show QForce. Megan has been writing and illustrating independent comics since 2013, including her regular Autostraddle feature Leave Me in LaLaLand. @MeganPraz
Meghan “Rho” Kemp-Gee is a writer from Vancouver, BC. She’s an award-winning poet, screenwriter, and scriptdoctor who also teaches college composition, visual rhetoric, and comics criticism and Chapman University. Her comics have appeared in numerous anthologies including The 27 Club,BLOCKED!, All the King’s Men, and The Strip. @MadMollGreen
Megan & Meghan met playing ultimate in Los Angeles about ten years ago and quickly bonded over their love of ultimate, movies, womxn’s sports, and comics! We co-created CONTESTED STRIP in 2014. Published in Skyd Magazine, Contested Strip quickly became (lol) “ultimate famous” by offering a satirical, silly, and sometimes profound window into the tightly-knit, wildly passionate, and fantastically fun ultimate frisbee community. During that time we also teamed up to write the sci-fi sit-com S.H.E.: Space Heroines of El-Andoo.
Two years, ago, we began writing our original graphic novel, ONE MORE YEAR, combining our passion for weird sports with our passion for comics. We’ve painstakingly worked side-by-side to write and thumbnail every page in this book as an intense, collaborative storytelling process. We’ve written and drawn a full-length “ULTIMATE” graphic novel… but not only for the fans of our webcomic. This one’s for the “normies” who don’t play ultimate: we’ve created a hilarious, heartbreaking underdog story and a zany cast of characters everyone will love. This one’s about fun, sandy shenanigans, teamwork, and friendship.
AND THAT’S WHERE YOU COME IN!!!
-We’re looking for a colorist! This is a PAID position!
-Hiring a colorist will help us speed up our production time and deliver ONE MORE YEAR to our fans faster. More importantly, however, we’re looking for one or more team members who can bring something SPECIAL to this project!
-We can offer a few different types of collaboration to suit you and your schedule. If you want to draw a scene or two, we’re offering a “guest star gig”! If you’re looking for a long-term coloring job (100+ pages), we can offer the right colorist co-creator credit! Please fill out this interest form and tell us a little bit about you!