Monday, April 21, 2014

It's almost time...


UPDATE: The store's email system is broken, but orders are still processing. If you don't get a confirmation email immediately, I will write you with an update. Tech guy has been notified about the problem, so it should be fixed soon!

Now that I have a break from my three-cons-in-six-weeks marathon, it's time to take book 3 into the final stages! Aside from placing one last piece of art, and the final proofing, the book is done. It just needs your support to get it printed, and the Kickstarter campaign will be put together and launch over the next couple weeks (plus review and approval time). I suggest you start setting aside your money, because I am printing in color this time, and that means a higher goal than last year - but also the possibility of more tempting stretch goals should we hit it! I'm going to fold a sale of original comic art into this campaign, so if you've ever wanted to get your hands on one of those, this will be your best chance!

If you DON'T want to save your money for later, and you DON'T want to wait until September-ish for your fresh book-ish delivery, I've re-opened the Precocious store! You can get the final stragglers of last year's printing through the store - and they all will have an extra bonus sketch in them! The art cards and charm sets are available for online ordering too! Book orders in the store will close down once the Kickstarter campaign is ready for launch.


Well, I have more art cards available. Pictured are new additions to the art card family, as well as those I forgot to scan and put in the store before. Since I'm working on all the book stuff, I'll need you all to nudge me about them, as I will likely continue to forget to put everything online.

3 comments:

Kasaiku S. Storm said...

So it's September you plan to do a kickstarter?

Darc Sowers said...

Tiff with the lampshade cracks me up!

Christopher J Paulsen said...

The preorder begins in a few weeks. September is the estimated delivery for the books. (It depends on how quick the printer is and how quick I am at drawing lots of artist editions.)