MENTOR SIGN-UP APPLICATION FORM: 1-How much work you would expect to be doing: (Realistically, how much of your time can you offer them?) Its sort of up in the air since I'm job hunting but I'll try to add a couple hours a week, I can work with them to put together a schedule or we can wing it based on whose not too busy 2-How much work you would expect from your Trainee(s): (Will you be forcing them to work x amount of hours a day, or will you allow them to dictate the workflow?) Depending on their level and what they want to improve at will have different levels of commitment, a couple hours a week should be alright 3-What you would like to see from your Trainee(s) when they apply: (to help you decide who to take on. Think about: their skill level? how long have they been on Void? Do they have a character? Have they battled before?) Preferably someone who has battled so I can get a sense of what they would need to be working on, any skill level 4- Your preferred method of communication with your Trainee(s): (Are PMS or discord the best way to contact you? If they're going to need a microphone or webcam to work with you, let them know!) Discord, if we doin colouring a google hangout would be good, webcam not necessary 5- Do you have an area you consider your speciality?: colouring, maybe story pacing
Someone mentioned starting a pinstripe jam then like ten of us drew something but no one actually started the jam so I'll do it. This is different from the suit jam because its specifically pinstripe don't fight me. Heres some boys.
other 8bit style comics exist in void and i think its really clever! you just wanna make sure its also clear and easy to read and understand what the story is. The style youve got on that first page is awesome but I'm waiting on further pages to give a proper assessment because right now i dont really know what its ABOUT. im gonna link you my all time favorite pixel comic on this site, just in case its of any use http://entervoid.com/view.php?id=5452&side=2&iid=1
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