Assigned to: Anonymous
Reported by: Morbus Iff
Updated by: Morbus Iff
From Richard Acero: Penciller- an artist whom tells a story by loosely
rendering static images in a predetermined order, primarily using
pencils; Inker- an artist whom adds texture, detail, and shadow over
the renderings of the penciller by using brushes, pens, or markers with
ink; Letters- an artist who painstakingly renders the writers script
over the inkers work in either their own hand, or on computer;
Colorist- an artist whom adds color to a black and white image rendered
by the penciller and inker. Colorists use a variety of different tools,
from paints and brushes to computers; Writer- writes the plot and
script for the comic, which the penciller will use to determine what to
render on a given page, and in what sequence; Editor- the editor
oversees the entire creative team, issues deadlines, oversees
continuity (and helps with plot by proxy), answers fan mail, and acts
as the go-between for the creative team and the publisher.
'Editor' and 'Writer' will be generic roles, but the others seem fine.
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