Post by amaziement on May 11, 2019 21:32:30 GMT -5
I am working on a small anthology that I'm like 90% set on making, and I want to see what other creators think?
I guess my main question is; do you think running, editing and kickstarting a small anthology is possible for someone with not much experience/followers.
As a young illustrator/comic artist I have experience with much of the process, I'm excited to organize it all and okay with learning on the job. But I only have a small online following and I'm guessing we'll need $1500 - 2000 USD to pay contributors and make a small print run.
And if you say go for it, got any tips?
Last Edit: May 11, 2019 22:27:39 GMT -5 by amaziement
Post by The Colourist on May 12, 2019 22:51:51 GMT -5
You can do anything you set your mind to!
Having said that, I have done colouring on a couple of Kickstarter anthologies in Australia. I havent been actively involved in the Kickstarter campaign except for a few shares/likes on FB. But the comic creator (who has put these campaigns together, and has been in the industry for 15 years) says doing a Kickstarter is one of the most difficult things he has done, and he's on his 4th one. And he said it doesnt get easier!