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    • CommentTimeNov 16th 2013
    Ahoy hoy everyone! As I mentioned over in the Artist's Thread, I launched a Kickstarter a few days ago.

    Steam in the Willows

    It's Wind in the Willows, it's Steampunky, it's highly detailed traditional art in several formats. I hope you enjoy it!
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeNov 18th 2013 edited
    Krista, after I hype my wife, I am racing to your site!

    Last four days of Jane's Kickstarter for CLOCKWORK GAME. We're over the goal, and more money = more cool things on the printing end.
    Thanks for all the signal boost we've gotten, it is much appreciated!

    Krista: Oh, you are SO backed by me. That looks AMAZING!
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    Was catching up on Wish You Were Here and realised it's been ages since I've been here.

    Also -- running a Kickstarter for a book of my Inktober drawings, Midnight Harvest
    Here's a peak at the insides:
    witch's heart
    one more nail

    8 days left and over 70% funded.
    • CommentTimeDec 6th 2013 edited
    There's still five days left on the Kickstarter for Demon: The Descent so you can get a Prestige edition book. While the funding goal has been reached, there's several stretch goals, including a third Demon Seed of adventures in a third city.
    • CommentTimeDec 6th 2013
    So my theatre company is running our annual Son of Semele Ensemble fundraiser And I can't help but think that if we did it as a kickstarter people would be more likely to donate.

    Why? It's the same basic idea - we even made a cute video. Is it that we need more door prizes at lower giving levels? What if we made the fact that this is TAX-DEDUCTIBLE (and kickstarter isn't) more front and center? Is it being able to track the level of funding? Last I checked we were 30% to our goal, but if the public knew that would they be more likely to pitch in?

    There isn't very much that's different from a classic fund raiser like this and a Kickstarter, is there? It's just that kickstarter is sexier, trendier and generally considered to help individual projects on a smaller scale. [Incidentally, Kickstarter doesn't allow annual funds like this - their rules stipulate the funds have to be for a single project only, not ongoing organizational needs.]

    It's probably still tough to get people to donate to kickstarter projects, but I always see more excitement around those... Bummer because we really work our butts off throughout the year for our theatre. Then again people in general don't seem to give a flying ffff.... about theatre. Maybe we should create stickers and little comic books and other tchotchkes to give away.
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    @razrangel, you're right, Kickstarters aren't easy.

    You might be better off investigating more open funding sites like indiegogo or gofundme, but an online event will likely generate interest from areas outside the normal areas.

    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2014 edited
    Hi guys,

    My name is Robert Solanovic and I'm the artist of a graphic novel called "Unfinished City" which we're trying to fund with the help of Kickstarter. The story is written by Benjamin Dickson and Silvija Martinovic and it's a crime/drama set in Montenegro, in the Balkans. The comic book is a real labour of love and if you're interested you can check out the preview with first 20 pages in pdf format on our Kickstarter page right here. If you know anyone that'd be interested in this project please feel free to share this link.

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    Bit of Kickstarter news. 21st Century Tank Girl, with Hewlett on board, fully funded in less than 48 hours. Always had a soft spot for Tank Girl, owning a full run of Deadline,so really interested to see how this turns out.
    • CommentAuthorWood
    • CommentTimeApr 3rd 2014
    The Kickstarter for Smut Peddler 2014 has lauched today, and it looks like it'll reach 100% before the end of the day...
    • CommentTimeApr 4th 2014 edited
    Just plugging something for people that are interested in running Kickstarter campaigns. Timo Vuorensola, the director of Iron Sky that was quite successful in the crowdfunding thing, has a new company that amongst other thing specializes in running, managing and promoting crowdfunding campaigns. Check the company Spaceboy's FB page and Indiegogo page.
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    Here's something that will soon take off!

    Our Kickstarter campaign to fund the book will begin in the very near future. Get an exclusive sketch reward in the book itself by pledging in the first week! Get in contact with myself via or any of the creative team with your details if you wish to be notified when the campaign goes live!
    Come see me at table CR8 at MCM Expo London this weekend to check out previews and sign up in person!

    Torsobear Kickstarter coming soon

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    Shit is on! If you have contacts in the comics media and/or business, a little nudge towards our little pre-pressrelease would be swell!

    Torsobear: Yarns From Toyburg Brings Fluffy Noir Comics To Kickstarter
  6.  (7517.13)
    Aaand hoblah, our Kickstarter is on!

    Do you want to see Paddington Bear be the victim of police brutality? Sure you do! Torsobear Kickstarter is now on - need buttons to solve crime! First week pledges get something extra!
    • CommentTimeJun 26th 2014
    And with that, I'm going to close this and set up a new one.