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waterpot
09-09-2011, 05:34 PM
Someone who speak/write japanese wanted!

it seems that they are a lot of people in this forum who can do that,
before I put this msg on one of those illegal scanlations sites.
let me put this blunty lets make a comic for jump.

there a lot of manga awards each month and they are only around 200 submissions
we can do it.

Im a rockie cartoonist that thinks that have archived enough skill to pull this
but I cant speak/write japanese but if team up with someone
we could conquer the manga world with this side of the ocean story telling style.
Im totally serious about thiS... so dont come here to make fun of this little project


Since I meet Sasaki Hisashi (http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2011-06-27/shonen-jump-hisashi-sasaki-to-oversee-4-magazines) during last comicon, I follow his tweets (http://twitter.com/#!/SASAKI_Hisashi) and he has been
including a lot of info for submissions mostly, weeckly shonen jump has a lot of rookies
manga contests (http://www.shonenjump.com/e/manga-shou/treasure.html)that are open for everybody including those living outside japan but they only accept
works only in japanese.

I know they are lesser magazines that we would have a bigger chance to win but IŽll never
know if I dont try at least once.

(I have this theory between american jump storyboard contest, jump magazine submission
being in english and his tweets that soon he will accept submissions in other lenguages.)

But before they do that I would like to submit something for the magazine,

lets recap.-
I need someone who can mostly write and read japanese, he will probably will do the lettering
and help me with sound fx.

Optional they can edit/co write the story with me.
Of course you will be credited and split the award money if we win something.
we can work out minor details later.


About me.
Im a award winning cartoonist not much experience besides freelance jobs and my webcomic (http://pilli-adventure.com/).
studied animation one year, but my day job is being an architect (not a good one
but enrolled in school to learn about perspective and some art stuff).

Even if you dont know japanese I will be thankful if anyone could point me to one.

waterpot
09-17-2011, 07:20 PM
no one.
I will try with those guys who translate manga,

Anyway Im open to suggestions
where I can find someone?