As most of you know, I've been working as a content editor for Big Wonder World. I've been working on a series that I think a lot of you - my readers - will find beneficial. I am compiling all my years of experience as a freelancer (geez, if that doesn't make me feel old!) … Continue reading Branding Yourself as a Freelancer
I revived my Patreon account, and I get a lot of people asking "what is Patreon?" The folks to established the site warn that half my job as a creator will be explaining what Patreon is *awkward laughing* so here's my Patreon introduction blog post. Patreon is a crowdfunding platform - not unlike Kickstarter. I … Continue reading What is Patreon?
Hey followers. I've been a bit on the silent side. That's because I'm hard at work! I'm busy editing Trial Run - that anthology is turning out so great. I have all the scripts to artists at this time, and comics are slowly being turned back into me. I met with a graphic artist to develop … Continue reading Updates – Updates everywhere
Greetings, readers~ I'm currently on the hunt for a female comic artist (read: female presenting/identifying comic artist). I stumbled upon an all girls anthology, and I would really love to put together a submission. It's sex positive - body positive - and paid if they accept our submission. It's only 2 - 4 pages of … Continue reading New Opportunity!
I was scrolling around Creators of Written Sins - they do a great job covering independent comic titles and those who create them - and I stumble upon this: Want to check out the interview? Now you can! My WoS Interview
As some of you know, I had shoulder surgery earlier this month. That means I've been out of work for eight days now. Eight days is a long time to sit around and do nothing - and I still have a long recovery time ahead of me. I do have a couple writing jobs, but … Continue reading Trial Run
I'd like to call this a failed venture, but - in failure - you can learn a lot. Originally, I thought that Patreon would be a great vehicle for creating comics. The model was perfect, I thought. I would create comics, and the money I gained from my patrons would fund new artists and new … Continue reading Leaving Patreon