To make a long story short: I'm starting a webcomic project at my website ZeldaUniverse.net, and I'm curious if you'd at all be interested in drawing for us? I'm looking at a time window of creating at least 1 page per week (that's if everything is timed correctly, but knowing life, there may be hindrances along the way to delay each page).
The work would be pro bono, but considering we're the #1 Zelda fan site on the web, it would make great advertising of your own artwork. Of course everybody involved will be credited.
I've created a thread about this very thing in the forum, as well as in the ZU forum. Feel free to contact me any way you see fit. I hope to work with you in the future.
Just for an artist's point of view/opinion, how much time would be suitable to fit into your schedule to make one page? Yes I'm asking if you're still interested in this project (if you were given more time), and I'm also asking so I can see how much time other artists may need (I thought 1 week would be enough, but clearly I was wrong).
Every artist is going to vary greatly in how fast they can get a piece out depending on their work/school schedule, how fast they draw, and whether or not they have paid work that will have to come first.
I'm slower than most, I think. Hypothetically, for a non-paying project where I'd be expected to produce full-sized, colored pages for a webcomic, I might be able to get out one a month. Maybe. Which would probably be too slow for me to be of any use. ^_^;