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Event Horizon longs for sound and motion!

Event Horizon wants to start a new department to be listed in the table of contents called Offworld. It would be a kind of guide or review of noteworthy web sites to visit to see active examples of art performance that can not be fairly represented in a static print-like format. It would also be the way that artists who work in sound and movement could be showcased at Event Horizon.

There are no specs for submission yet. Please inquire if you are interested in submitting your work in such a format: eventhorizonmagazine@gmail.com
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Something to think about: I publish a "literary and graphic arts periodical"; comes out quarterly, Issue 2 in December. I very much would like to showcase graphic novel and comic book art but my Calls for Submissions go unanswered. Please look at my magazine and consider having your work published in Event Horizon. Inquiries and submissions to eventhorizonmagazine@gmail.com
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20 days to go and A needs you. Come Kickstart the new chapter of Amelia Sky. http://kck.st/2vqrHJ9

Hello. I am slowly working on my own graphic novel...Whilshire Manor. I have created a Blog (work in progress as well) to record the history of it as it comes to life.

Never realized the amount of work that goes into putting it all together. I am still developing the characters but I have the script complete.

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Hi all! This is the second part to the Story Boarding and Scripting post. This post will look at scripting your comic book or graphic novel. Again I am learning as I go, and so with that said I will be providing the method I have used in working on my…

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Hi all, Just a quick post regarding reference images for use when drawing. I think this can be a bit of a grey area when drawing or sketching your work. What I mean about a grey area is that some may think that this is not being original or is copying…

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Hi all! This is part 1 of a 2 part post on story boarding and scripting your comic book or graphic novel. As I’m moving out of the development stage of my book and will be starting the production phase, I wanted to catch up on how I’ve gotten to this…
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