This week’s Patreon preview was mostly about anxieties involved in not having written a romantic story before, and also talking about fun ways to use thought bubbles. Hopefully the folks on Webtoon who leave comments about the romantic plot are hyped about this one! Far less people read Hell, Inc. on Webtoon, but more of them comment. It’s an interesting phenomenon, the way different platforms encourage different audience behaviours.
In other news, I was just on the Podside Picnic podcast again, this time talking about the Warhammer 40,000 shooter BOLTGUN. Hear me learn in real-time that I can accidentally do a pretty solid impression of Boltgun’s lead character, and also tell a lot of weird anecdotes about 40k that relate to the game. I had a blast recording it, so check it out!
Barrie Deatcher is Employee of the Week, and will get to read my next graphic novel as I draw it! It was intended to be Rent-A-Thug, but now it might end up being a different thing, depending on how some things pan out! Freelancing is chaos, as I often say, and part of that means pitching a lot of things, and almost all of them being rejected! Patreon is my predictable source of income, and I would very much like it to grow to the point where I can get into a workflow of webcomic + graphic novel, without worrying about pitches and the publishing industry.
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Next Week: From romcom to action movie!? Read it early on Patreon!