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shane05:
I'm going to take a go at submitting some work, with the focal company being 2000AD. I have no real idea what to put in the cover letter. They see so many of these, I don't know if it will even matter, but I don't want to come off like a, that's right, twat. (that's twice now for you keeping track)

Any ideas?

ukdane:
I assume you've read this:Link: Submissions guidelines

shane05:
I have, thanks.

The thing is, I could be all 'I've done this and this and yadda yadda' but they'll just look at the work and all the other stuff won't matter, I'm guessing. But I don't want to just say:

Hi.

Here's my submission. thanks.

Y'know?

Jared Katooie:
I say you should just keep it brief and to the point Shane.

Just give a brief account of what you've done to give them an idea and the say that you're a fan who'd like the chance to work for the comic.

The art samples are the important thing do. They'll probably decide in a fe seconds whether they're interested or not.

I've seen your stuff and I think it's pretty darn good (Your Dredd springs to mind). I think you have a good chance of getting in. Good luck!

-Pulger-:
>and the say that you're a fan who'd like the chance to work for the comic.

Is that such a good thing? Isn?t it better to say you?re an aspiring professional artist?

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