Do you like the idea of a downloadable PDF of my thesis / NAOR you can buy? I'm ok with being paid points for it.
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I'm thinking of uploading it as premium content, meaning you go to the deviation and then pay to download very simple.
17%
Does 300points for the comic pdf/ 3$ sound too much?
6%
I might do the thesis concept art book also for 5$ /500points
11%
Or I'll combine them into a larger one for 10$ / 1000 points
50%
Other ideas? I do not want to give away PDFs for free since I've worked hard and I'm trying to make a living off of my comics.
17%
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Published: April 28, 2015
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M-Lee08's avatar
M-Lee08|Professional Traditional Artist
I'm more a hard copy fan. But I'm old school in that way.
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thomasVanDijk's avatar
thomasVanDijk|Hobbyist General Artist
Maybe
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Jenova-Cells's avatar
I think it sounds like a really good idea.
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AngieAnomalous's avatar
Have you checked out so Print on Demand publishing companies to make physical copies as well?
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NekoLynArt|Professional General Artist
Yes, but to do so i lose some percentage of rights with most of them. I am looking for companies to go for. Also, most companies don't pay you to draw, some are simply publishers and while I'd make money from sales, I'm not sure until I have a few issues to print before I'll submit to them. 
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I'd start with Lulu. As long as you register for a copyright, the only rights they should get is to distribute it. As a published author, I tend to go for the print-on-demand to make sure I keep all my rights while sharing the only rights to distribute my book. All you need to do is supply them with the content.

Good luck.
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NekoLynArt|Professional General Artist
In all honestly, Lulu is far too expensive for me as far as printing goes. I know places that work specifically with comics and do it for cheaper and on the same quality paper (2.30 per book versus 5). Also comics are a very specific size and lulu doesn't seem to offer that size. I really don't want to go through the hassle of resizing 60+ pages. I don't mind looking into lulu for the ebooks, but not for printing. Thanks for the information. :D
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sunnydito|Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'd pay to see them.
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