I set up a Patreon again - https://www.patreon.com/ChristinZakh
For now I just have one $1 Tier
It will give you early updates for TBOC (at least a month ahead) - 4 new pages are there already
Occasional double page releases
WIPs and doodles, backgrounds and other supporting stuff
Access to PDFs of already released Chapters
And my hopes are that one day may be million years later, when we reach a goal of 100 Patrons, I will create permanently switch TBOC for 2-Page-per-Week release schedule for my Patrons.
If you have ideas for any other Tiers or things you would like to see from me - let me know
P.S.: for the ones who feel like they have seen this post before - you are no crazy, I posted it, then chickened out (feeling like I am asking for too much), deleted it, but then a tough love from my friend, who forced me to man up and do it again.
First, thank you so much for your support under my latest journal post. I honestly didn’t expect it. I was very touched by it. Some of you I know well from having great conversation with under my comic pages and in direct messages, but some were new faces (avatars) that I didn’t get a chance to interact with before.
I read some of your comments to my friends, and they were beyond impressed by how supportive and sweet you are.
Each one of your comments cheered me up, but also they got me thinking that I might be doing smth right with my comic, since it attracted such amazing people.
Aslo, I got A LOT of great ideas in
A little bit of sad news for you today. For the past 4 months I was working and then waiting for government grant for publishing of TBOC with actual legit realization. I had very high hopes. We had a strong application, written with my friend who is a grant writer. We had solid business plan, connection and readiness from publishes and marketing team in US and Canada. And we didn’t get it. I just got a email saying “application was unsuccessful”. Sometimes they give small part of the funds applied for if they are not convinced with the whole deal, but we got nothing.
Even when we were applying, they were not acce