After you finish getting the word out, communication is pretty much a non issue when it comes to crowdfunding. The point is to get the money, right? Then all those saps.. I mean, backers can just leave you the hell alone while you get to it, right? Right?
Some creators may see the process that way, but experiencing the creative process, from conception to completion is a big draw for many backers, including me.
It surprises me just how many projects screw up the whole talking-to-their-backers part of the equation. The porridge is often too hot or too cold.
Peak below the fold for some helpful hints on how to get it just right.
Sneaking into your thoughts uninvited… Sapping your will and making you a slave… sucking out your soul through a straw and then going back for seconds…
No, ladies and gentlemen – for once I am not describing Kickstarter. I am talking about a certain voluptuous demonic succubus, Virina, who is the focus of our painting projects this week.
I didn’t plan to put up an easy model for the week of Thanksgiving, but I’m glad it worked out like that. I had a very busy and enjoyable weekend visiting family, but still found time to paint these adorable little guys. A few other people did too – you should look below, and check them out.
Last Friday was a momentous day for Sci-fi fans everywhere, as the day of the doctor came and went. This special episode marked the 799th episode, and the 50th anniversary of this epic series. By contrast, there were only 178 episodes of Star Trek the next generation.
I didn’t watch it when it aired, though the according to reports most everyone else did. I waited till Monday, and saw it in 3D in the theater. It was a wonderful experience.