There are a number of price changes happening this year, from store prices to commissions.
Why? Because I have bills to pay, yo.
Last year, I did ok, but only because I had a part-time hustle at my local gas station. When I move in the spring, I won’t have that side hustle anymore. I need to adjust my prices to help cover that loss now, so I can be sure I can cover bills today AND tomorrow (metaphorically speaking).
What, exactly, is changing, though?
Commissions have gone up, anywhere between $5 to $30 each.
For a full breakdown of what’s gone up, check out my updated commission pricing list on the Get a Commission page.
Minicomics are now $2.
To be more accurate, all of my minicomic prices are going up by $1 each.
Miniprints are now $3.
They used to be $2. But printing miniprints in color ain’t cheap.
Now I have a Ko-Fi
Tired of Patreon plugs? Well Ko-Fi makes a good alternative. Plus, you can give just one time, OR you can give a monthly contribution. You can go as little as $1 (a month, even!), and you can cancel anytime. It’s more flexible than Patreon in that way.
That said, ko-fi is more for commissioning me to make things. If you want to see behind-the-scenes work, Patreon is still the best place to do that.
I appreciate all the support you have given previously. That support has helped to pay the bills. I hope that with your continued support, we can keep making cool comics.
Thank you for your understanding, and all that you do!
You. Are. Awesome.