Possible Cosmic Dash stickers. Maybe charms if I can find an affordable source.
Galactic Hub Serreven begins! These pages are pretty much where a Cosmic Dash page is prior to inking and special effects. I’ll post the first few pages for everyone to see, but the rest of them will be available only to patrons who support Cosmic Dash at patreon.
The idea is that patrons will get to read the comic ahead of time with the unfinished artwork. Ideally I will be able to go back and ink and color these pages, but for now they are readable and the sketches are quite expressive.
GHS is not just a distant spinoff, but is very, very closely tied to Cosmic Dash. For example, Angn here is Dorian’s older brother, and GHS is also the location where Drakar spends most of his time.
So, for as little as $1 for every 5 Cosmic Dash pages, you get to preview an ongoing sister comic without waiting for the inks and colors.
The fan art contest is over, and while we only had a single entry it was a good one, and the whole point was to find somebody to give some art software to. The winning entry was created by Nikolai McFist of Charles & Victor. It’s based on recent events of the comic, so that’s pretty awesome.
Thanks Mr. McFist, I’ll send you Manga Studio, Anime Studio, and DrawPlus soon.
It’s looking very likely that GHS is going to return as the second series for Patreon, so I decided to revisit the characters.
Also, there is a new patreon-tier and there is already a patron. This new tier is the $15 tier, and here is what it offers:
If you support the comic with 15 dollars per issue (28-32 pages on average) you get a free signed physical copy of the issue and a sketch card, including all the other cool stuff from the $1 and $5 tiers. If you go with this tier you only donate per issue.
Short and Sweet Version:
- Development Sketches
- Story Excerpts
- Ability to influence pages and stories
- Custom Sketches
- Access and influence to the Patreon-exclusive comics
- Signed physical copy of the issue you have supported with a sketch-card.
I see this ended up being a pretty compelling package!