I just signed up and set up with Patreon.
“Oh?” you say. “And Patreon is… ?”
Patreon is a frightfully clever idea. It basically takes the patron programs that Bill Holbrook has been using to support Kevin & Kell and provides tools to manage and fulfill those programs. It’s designed to help people who want to support artists and musicians to do that, and for artists and musicians to find support.
So. Here it is. The pitch.
Y’all knew it was coming, right?
I’d like to ask you to support Accidental Centaurs (as well as new, future comics from me) by pledging via Patreon. There’s multiple levels of support, and I’ve got goodies attached to each of those levels. I’ll be adjusting and adding more goodies as time goes along.
There’s also fundraising goals. For example, if I can get $500 in pledges a month, I can devote enough resources to Accidental Centaurs to get it back on the three-a-week, tight pencils format. If I can get a grand a month, I will guarantee to do at least one page per week in color. And so on and so on…
Yes, I will continue to do my work with Nancy®. However, the more I can raise in pledges in Patreon will mean less I’ll have to schlep around finding and doing outside work, which means I can spend more time doing what I really want, which is entertaining you fine folks.
So, please consider signing up. Any amount is appreciated.
It’s been a while since I’ve mentioned the various books I’ve collected Accidental Centaurs into. This is very important, because book sales are the only source of revenue I currently have from Accidental Centaurs, which takes considerable time and resources to produce. Revenue from the books keeps the strip going, so when I ask you to consider buying a collection or three, I’m really asking you to support the production of this comic.
There’s a complete list of everything available, simply by clicking the “Buy Accidental Cenataurs“ link up on the navigation menu. That’s a simple, one-stop shop for everything AC related. I realize that some of these items are pricey, but consider that except for the Omnibus, the books are in full color, which very expensive—and the Omnibus is over 400 pages of centaury goodness.. So, while I know the items are priced somewhat steep (a consequence of print-on-demand and full color), I try to compensate for that with value. And, if you’re having pinch pennies until Lincoln screams, consider the eBook, which provides all the color, but at a fraction of the price.
And don’t forget to sign up for NSFW Friday! If you have to ask what NSFW Friday is… well… you probably shouldn’t be asking…