Creating your comic portfolio
Ironically, a comic portfolio is the easiest to create. You export all your pages, and that's your portfolio. OK—we can move on to the next heading. Don't worry—I'm joking (more or less).
There are two kinds of comic artist, as follows:
- A freelance comic artist, whereby they're paid when they submit an entire volume. These artists don't have contracts binding them to a single company.
- A contract comic artist, whereby they go to a company and are hired by them.
Those two types have different approaches and modus operandi. In the first case, you submit your work to a publishing house. The publishing house will have their own submission rules, so be sure to check them. For the contract type, you would send a bunch of pages (around 10-20) and wait to be contacted. Now, remember that if you...