Preorder SCD's OST Volume Beta
I started a small campaign to help get SCD's second original soundtrack finished. Most of you know SCD recently had a very successful Kickstarter to fund its second volume's printing, but its counterpart, the OST, was an afterthought. I had no idea how incredible this record was going to turn out. I had planned to do all the mixing in house and not master it, planning only a digital release. But then it grew and expanded. Many studio days were booked, scores of musicians donated their time, and even now, the record is still amassing more epic sounds with additional studio time booked! So many people came togeth
The Star Cross'd Destiny Volume 2 Kickstarter has launched. There are a ton of really cool rewards, including amulet necklaces, original art, new music, and even a tour in New Orleans! I hope you'll check it out and consider helping me out to finally print this bad boy. It's gonna be so pretty, you guys! Let's rock this!
Write a blog! Tell a friend! The time is nigh!
Hey friends, I could really use your input. I'm putting together the insides of Volume 2. What extras should I include? Is there anything specific you've seen in webcomic trades that you'd like to see in SCD? Or something you think would be cool?
I'd so love to hear your thoughts on this! Please shout at me. Don't leave meh hangin!
I posted this on the ol' Tumblspace yesterday as a sort of definitive answer to whether there will be a print edition of Volume 2.
I went back and forth on it a lot, but ultimately decided after nearly a year of consistent updates and staring down the last ten pages of Volume 2 that even I would like to have it in print. This portion of SCD overcame the most shit, survived moves, hard drive crashes, shitty ex-boyfriend dramas, and more giant life changes than I can count. It shouldn't have made it out on the other side, but here we are. So why not celebrate it and toast the beginning of Volume 3? I'd love to.
So here's what's gonna happen.
I posted this on my Tumblr, but thought it belonged here as well. :)
When I look back on it, there's a lot of things I wish I could change about how Star Cross'd Destiny was handled throughout the last ten years. You always wish you would have waited to start your brainchild until your craft was more developed. They don't tell you that your craft will never stop growing or changing. You're young and you want to tell a story about two characters you really love. They don't tell you that you'll look back on your writing and shudder, or that mistakes is how you become a better writer. Being an artist is like being a teenager - you think you kno