I've gotten into a pretty good rhythm on my Patreon page. I take some suggestions at the start of the month, and produce about 3 drawings a month. I can get about one drawing done per week. I post progress pics of line art and coloring. At the end of the month, I send out a ZIP file with high resolution images of the artwork.
Looking back at the year so far, I've made some pretty neat drawings. In the preview above, you'll see the following:
2B (Nier Automata) carried unconscious.Elsa bound and gaggedBatgirl chloroformedSailor Mercury tied upSamus Aran unconscious in a stasis tubeTifa Lockhart chloroformedBlack Widow bound and gaggedZa
I posted a lot of artwork to my Patreon page in October and November. Drawings include:
Sailor Moon and Mars bound and gagged.Black Canary Chloroformed by Poison Ivy (requested by Patrons)Wonder Woman gassed unconsciousSupergirl also gassed unconsciousZatanna knocked outClara Oswald (Doctor Who) bound and gagged.
I also posted a line art preview of an Enhancegirl comic I am working on. That is something quite unique!
I'm working on a drawing showing Elsa (from Frozen) bound and gagged. Just posted the line art for that.
Here's a little secret about Patreon you may not know: if you subscribe to my page, you can see all the previews for
I'm excited to share a preview of what I'm doing on Patreon. It's my second month, and I produced four pieces of art. I ended up drawing Mai Shiranui, Zatanna, Fiona (Tales of Somneria) and Lyn (Fire Emblem). My entry level tier starts at just $2 a month, and that already gets you access to work in progress JPEGs. If you join the $5 tier, I'll send you the full resolution JPEGs. If you'd like to see what I'm up to, check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/sleepycomics
I'm already getting ramped up for next month's art pack. I have some really good pieces in the pipeline!
Hey guys! If you haven't heard yet, two weeks ago I decided to launch a Patreon page. It seems to be the cool thing to do nowadays. I'm taking requests from fans, writing blog posts and drawing really cool art. I was a skeptic before, but now I'm a believer: Patreon lives up to the hype.
Pleasing your fans is a key component to Patreon. Patrons open their wallets, and I must produce cool art in return. This incentive is highly addictive. I'm more motivated than ever to produce artwork.
It's just my first month, but I already have four pieces ready to go. You can see the small previews above. In a few months, I should have a li
Every artist goes through an evolution. They start out making simple works, figuring out their identity. They slowly get better and gain a following. Eventually, the artist gets enough fans to monetize their work. I feel I am at that stage now.
Patreon is being used by many artists to connect with their fans and earn a revenue stream from their artwork. For a long time this idea tempted me, but I never felt ready. I didn't think I'd have enough time and energy to commit to Patreon. After thinking about it, I realized starting really is the toughest part. I'm already drawing artwork monthly anyway, so why not try this approach?
I'll aim to d