In this episode I wanted to replace my old introduction video (because the old one was filmed back when I lived in Arizona) and talk a bit about what I want to cover on my YouTube Channel.
I also wanted to iterate the fact that videos and video editing are, for me, just a hobby. I have NO intention of becoming the next big YouTuber (whatever that means) or becoming a celebrity. I just want to make this series to have fun and let you in on the fun, as well.
(By the way, if you want to get video updates a day early or get to see video and comic scripts, that’s what my Patreon page is for).
Also, yes! I now have a personal Patreon page to fund projects like Thoughtful Dinosaur and The Legend of Jamie Roberts. If you haven’t checked it out yet, please do! There’s tons of perks available.
I want to reiterate – my personal Patreon page has nothing to do with Validation. Validation has its own Patreon page. The personal one is for all the other comics I make.
I gotta hit the drawing board again. That’s all for now.
Thanks for watching!
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Up until now, Seeing Him, the webcomic has been updating twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Kia and I have discussed a few things, and we both decided it was a good idea to change that schedule. Continue reading “We’re Changing the Seeing Him Update Schedule”
Where do I begin?
Well, let’s start with Charlie & Clow.
Continue reading “New Books, New Goals, New Comics”
Time for some updates that aren’t related to the KickStarter for Johnson & Sir: The Collected Comics (which is going really well and you should totally show some support by checking it out, wink wink. Ok I’m done).
In the realm of the other comics, things are going really, REALLY well, actually. First… Continue reading “Charlie & Clow, New Comics, and Other News”
Yes, Kia and I finally have Seeing Him up on Patreon!
Seeing Him was successfully funded by a KickStarter back in May (thank you to all the backers and those who spread the word!).
That KickStarter helped pay Kia for her work writing the script and helped fund the production of the first twenty pages. For that, Kia and I are truly grateful!
However, twenty pages is not the whole story of Seeing Him. We want this webcomic to keep going. Continue reading “Seeing Him is Now on Patreon”