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Dave Rapoza
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My Patreon is up! It's $5/month You'll get all my art ahead of time, my process w/everything, tutorials, brushes, random comics and all kinds of sketchbook work I rarely ever share online! Thank you for helping me create personal work! Dave https://patreon.com/DaveRapoza
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Hey everyone! First of all, thank you all so much for the support! The Steve Lichman Kickstarter has been a huge success, and I can't thank you enough for helping share Steve around and enjoying the comics! We're coming up on the end of the Kickstarter with only 5 days left! If you'd like to pre-order the book, it's 230 pages, Hardcover, and is entirely completed. The Kickstarter is in place so we can fund the self-publishing! Pre-Order the 230 page Hardcover here! Thanks again for all your support, it really means everything to Dan and I. Without you we wouldn't be able to stay independent and pursue our dream projects! Dave
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Hey everyone! We're going to be launching the 'Steve Lichman Volume 1 - First Edition' Kickstarter campaign this Tuesday on the 29th! This is super exciting for us, Dan and I have been working on the book for the past year and it's finally completed! The book itself is 230 pages and will be Hardcover! The funding will go towards self-publishing the book ourselves. We really tried to just get everything handled before asking for any help and we hope that everything runs smoothly because of it! I wanted to come on here and ask for your help in spreading the word. We've started up a Thunderclap event for the launch of the Kickstarter. Basicall
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Hi! I found you after your interview with Steven Zapata. Your work is fantastic, and I completely agree with your sentiments on Machine Replication.

With your permission I take the opportunity to present myself and make a proposal: I´m Xurxo Avila, a spanish actor, director, writer and producer. I have a horror script that I have not been able to shoot and I was thinking of turning it into a graphic novel for IMAGE COMICS -WE ALL WORK FOR MONEY- with the collaboration of one of my best friends, the USA`s editor and colorist JOSÉ VILLARRUBIA. I have seen your drawings and would you like to draw the story? I really like your style very much, I think it would go very well to the story and I think we could create a unique and fascinating horror story. I hope I didn't bother you with the proposal. The idea is to draw 12 scenes from the script (he told me that it is the usual number when you send it to any American comic book publisher), send them along with the same script and a lot of things that I have more (you can see some of them on my page, in the folder entitled: "CINEMA" : art concepts, posters,...) to the publisher and see if they like it and get us to work. If you want I pass the script to you, you read it, and you tell me. Greetings.

Your work is amazing