Oct 192010
 

Our friend Olan, author of the Loaded Dice rpg webcomic over at Red Dragon Inn is looking for some help.  Unfortunately, due to busy schedules his artist Lyra needs to drop the comic and that leaves him desperately searching for someone new to take over.

This could be a great opportunity for an artist to jump into the RPG comic crowd and it comes with a nice following (myself included) right off the bat.  If you’re interested, click HERE to read what Olan is looking for and how you can get involved.  Even if you don’t, it’s just on hiatus while they get themselves together, so take a little bit of time to read through the older content and get acquainted with some great gamer humor.

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[tags]Comics, webcomics, artists, rpg, gaming [/tags]

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About Nick Nundahl

I'm a wild haired demi-viking living on the East Coast United States. I've run games in countless systems and tanked more game nights than I've ever run successfully, but hopefully I learned a lot in the process and I'd like to pass that on. Follow me on Twitter.

  4 Responses to “Want to Draw a Gaming Webcomic?”

  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by TheRPGrrl, RPG Bloggers Network. RPG Bloggers Network said: Want to Draw a Gaming Webcomic? from Troll in the Corner » Role Playing Games http://goo.gl/fb/61DdF #RPG [...]

  2. Thanks so much for this post, Nick! I had two responses from folks who identified themselves as being related to Troll ITC.

    We have selected a new artist, and that first strip should be up tomorrow (Tuesday, October 26th). Things are looking up regarding getting back to a normal, two strip per week schedule.

  3. So glad to hear it. Way to flex your might, Troll ITC Community!

  4. Woo! Love the comic, and glad you’ve gotten a new artist!

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