The first Kickstarter Campaign wasn't successful. A lot of great things were learned through August. I reassessed the approach and relaunched a Kickstarter for a single comic issue first, for Raven Nevermore #1, "Days of Yore".
I figured this would allow me to reduce the Campaign Goal to something more attainable as a first go through the platform. Finding a printer in my province (Ontario) was also a HUGE win as it reduced the production costs pretty significantly.
If you like supernatural horror-fantasy storytelling, with a unconventional approach (well, relative to modern comics) then give this Campaign a look at and consider sup
Holy smokes, it's been ages since I posted a journal entry. There's some amusement in seeing that the last entry I posted was regarding leaving my job to write full-time :D. Well, I did. For about two years. I worked on a comic book series called, RAVEN NEVERMORE, during that time, and for the next three years after, after I went back into the 9-to-5 world to cut a paycheck and mitigate some of the production costs that the graphic novel cost to produce. I regret NONE of it.
Years later, after releasing the issues to comiXology, I've finally set up a Kickstarter to get the first three issues collected into a graphic novel! You can see the Ki
I left my job in December... not because I didn't ENJOY it. It was good work, good people. I worked remotely and mastered what I did and I did it well.
But something came up in life so I took the opportunity to leave the job in the midst of a promotion to Editor. I decided that if I'm going to have a life challenge thrown at me, I might as well throw a challenge at my life.
I worked in the technology sphere, content management primarily, did web development, watched over one of the largest online tech communities, kept the machine turning its gears... but deep down, I'm a "creative" guy not a "logical" one. Sure, logical choice