Comic Book Resources is doing a fun artist contest where each month they’ll post a script page and invite artists to show off their interpretation of it. Here are the details:
“So, each month, I’ll put up one page from a comic book script by a notable comic book writer. If you want to participate, you will then draw that page and e-mail it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday, March 5th. On Sunday, March 6th, I’ll post all the pages people have sent in. Then the readers will vote on who they think did the best job on the page (I might do a secret panel, as well, but there will definitely be a public voting option). Sounds fun, right?”
The inaugural contest features a page from Andy Diggle’s script for Batman Confidential #1. There are no prozes, as far as I can tell, so it’s just for fun (and practice). Plus, it gets your art seen by a bunch of folks. And who knows, maybe some editors will be checking it out. So if you’re so inclined, give it a shot.