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Ashley Cope
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
I'm the creator of a webcomic called Unsounded about a bratty thief and her zombie bodyguard. I do commissions from time to time but my current commission status is CLOSED. Thank you :)
Hey dA! How's tricks? I still do nothing but work on my webcomic, it's a pity and a shame. But enough about me.

I have a published author friend who is looking for an artist to help him out on a paying basis with character illustrations and even a short comic. He is a great guy to work with and he pays well and reliably. I vouch for him. If you're responsible and can produce some really awesome fantasy-flavoured artwork, comment below so he can see your stuff and he'll contact you if he's interested. It's a good opportunity!

The Spectre Society by AshleyCope
In other news, the book behind this cover has finally been published by the fabulous EmperorJustin right over here - Justin is good people and if you're looking for a new author to get behind, I recommend him.
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  • Playing: Dark Souls

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Fenko Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Read your entire comic in one go. Great stuff! It's rare to find a comic that has it all: good art, good characterisation and a good story. I think I'll buy the first two paperbacks once the second publishes in January. Out of curiosity: how did you manage to get the pages that bleed past the traditional borders in the printed version?

Now I'll try to be patient to find out whether Duane was nabbed!
AshleyCope Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hey Fenko, thanks for reading! :) All the border-breaking is done with print in mind, so it's not too difficult when the time for laying out books comes. Frequently the border-breaking elements are panels I've intentionally enlarged, so on a printed page I just shrink them back to normal to make them fit. I've always received good feedback on the print books so I guess I must be doing a decent job with the conversion :) Thanks again for the kind words!
Fenko Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Now that's called advanced planning! Thanks for your reply.

I'll keeping an eye on your DA journal, hoping you'll announce volume 3 coming to kickstarter soon. :)
bigboyj Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014
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