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I pretty much have been working on freelance contract with a full advance on what ever page rate we decide on. Jeff is a good friend of mine and helps keep everything fair and in order.
Let me know what your budget is and how many pages you are looking at. Hope to talk soon Art. For Art Adams artwork? That is a bargain of the highest order. But possibly not for the Fake Art Adams. Oh this was getting fun. But could it be any more fun? I replied Wonderful to hear!
I've been a big fan of your work ever since Longshot and this is a dream, come true. We're looking at a cover and twenty-two pages of internal artwork. The first issue is called "Lying In The Gutters" and it involves the story of a gossip columnist in London, tracking down criminals across the world using the Internet.
Would you need a deposit up front?
As I said I'm a big fan! Mark Andrich Surely this was too obvious? After all, Hoopes had already been exposed once by LITG, and it's not as if the column is unknown in the comics industry.
Surely someone would twig? As well I work with contract form. Also Jeff has us working through PayPal as he hndles all finances so I can concentrate on the creative side and not worry about the red tape, or in this matter the green tape. Talk soon and hope we can work together. At this point I was sorely tempted to pay for one page of pencils for the "Lying In the Gutters" comic immediately, just to see what he would do.
And then realised that in all possibility, an artist would draw the piece and not be paid. I couldn't do it. But was a sneaking sense of what was going on starting to penetrate the Fake Art Adams' skull? By the way how did you get my E-mail??
Just being cautious that this is not on of em. From "Jeff Henzel" on Anthony Birch's cinemagic87 yahoo. He did respond but has not heard back. I look out for all his artistic endeavors as well.
If you could please send me a confirmation E-mail. He seemed not to twig the "Rich Johnston" aspect of the fact that the site still holds the old "Rich's Ramblings" rumour columns, but e-mailed my old partner Mike Meyer, saying Hello My name is Jeff Henzel and I represent a few different artists in the comic industry big and small, my client Art Adams recently received an e-mail soliciting him to do cover work and Even a 22 page book penciled and inked.
These guys representing your company Twist and Shout asked about time frame and rates, Art replied, they seemed very enthusiastic and sincere with the offer, but after Art sent several messages, as well I have sent messages as follow up we have not heard back.
Art receives countless messages regarding work, some bogus some real, I try and help look out from the flakes to the real deal. Below is the message and reply. Maybe you can make sense of this, or someone in your company can.
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