ITS ON: Enchanted Explorer comic-book kickstarterMore Like This
Ive just launched a kickstarter campaign for my comic-book Enchanted Explorer. Please visit and if you like what you see help if you can:
Ive also devised a simple contest here, so you can get some nice rewards and help me spread the word:
-If you post the link for the campaign and the enchanted Explorer banner in my galery on 4 places on the web, and IF the campaighn is successfully funded you will get a free one character full color art from me.
Ill do 5 of these since they take some time to do so the quantity is limited.
-If you post it on 3 places or come after the first 15(if that many apply), and once the campaign is funded you'll get a pencil drawing free request from me.
This one is limited to 15
-If you post it on 2 sites or come after the first 20, and once the campaign gets funded, youll get a first 22 pages episode of the E.Explorer free digital do
Become a better artistTo improve and become really good at art. Isn't that what all of us, artists, secretly wish for? That we, one day, become as good as the idols we've looked up to.More Like This
Well, we can't be all born with mad talent. But there are certainly ways to speed up the process for you! In the journal here, I listed some tips and tricks that helped me getting to the point where I am now. I thought I'd share them with you. And maybe you can add to the list. I'm always willing to learn.
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