This is a very useful one for people considering Kickstarter or other crowdsourcing websites to raise money.
Larime Taylor is a friend of mine of many years, a ridiculously talented creator who has been working for years to fulfill his dream of producing a quality creator-owned comic. He succeeded with the wonderful A VOICE IN THE DARK, which is now being printed by Top Cow.
Larime accomplished this task despite an unusually high extra level of difficulty. Due to physical disabilities, Larime writes and draws his comic entirely with his mouth.
I highly recommened A VOICE IN THE DARK, a thrilling, human story about a female serial killer. It’s poetic writing with gorgeous art, and it’s on Comixology.com right now, as well as at your better comics shops.
LARIME (A VOICE IN THE DARK) TAYLOR
4 IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN CROWD-FUNDING YOUR COMICWith print-on-demand, digital publishing and crowdsource funding rapidly changing the landscape of comics, it’s easier than ever to break in and find a wide audience. Whether you’re content self-publishing or looking to use it as a stepping-stone to finding a publisher like I did, there are a few important things you need to know and keep in mind before you launch. These are a few of the lessons I’ve learned from trial and error.
Awesome info…do you have a comic idea you’d like to have funded?