Trunks wrote: Here's a sample list of some of the books/series I've worked on:
-Adventures of Spidey
-Sonic the Hedgehog
-Army of Darkness
-Various X-Men, Fantastic Four, Hulk, and Civil War
Rayall wrote:If you are concerned about the contract agreements, then I suggest you don't post what comics you flatted.
EagleC wrote:Rayall wrote:If you are concerned about the contract agreements, then I suggest you don't post what comics you flatted.
I wouldn't have thought that would be a problem. Even if you're not credited on a book, you still did the work. That doesn't take away from anyone else's work. Nobody can take yours away either, right? A colorist is no better or worse for using a flatter. If a colourist specifically tells you never to mention working for them at the time of hiring, sure, then it's part of your job description for that person.
Trunks wrote:I've done a lot of flats for a lot of comics before, but I never send out samples, because there's an unwritten privacy agreement between me and whoever I work for. While yes, I did the flats, I don't have the rights to the lineart, nor do I have the right to distribute it. All of the previous books I've done (except one) have already hit news stands/specialty stores, but the NDA still stands to some extent.
Maybe I'm wrong about this and it's okay to send out samples, but I just try to stay on the safe side. What do you guys say?
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