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Now Hiring: Digital Colorist for Graphic Novel

Panel from Murdock's Girls: Part 1 Some exciting news...I've been working on a graphic novel! I wrote the script and drew the first 25% of the pages.  Now those pages need color so I can pitch the book to publishers.  I'm looking for a digital colorist, or digital artist that wants to break into coloring, who will ideally remain on the project until it's completed (about 85 pages). I'm trying for the traditional print route, but I will self-publish it if that doesn't work out. The graphic novel is a cartoon style period drama about British orphan girls who are being sent to work on a farm in Canada a few years before WWI.  I imagine it will appeal to fans of Anne of Green Gables, The Boxcar Children, and Swallows and Amazons.  It has Catholic themes, including the conversion of the main character over a 2-book story arc, but also contains many other universally relatable themes like identity and belonging, friendship, and grief. Here's what I'm looking f