We’re off to a good start! A particular shout-out to my friends at the Play Disc Podcast for all the promotional support they’ve given!
Without further ado, let’s begin!
CosPain #134: Halitosis
(Hi-Res Patron Version) CosPain #135: Token Extrovert
We’re currently in the off-season for cons, but I have several irons in the fire and hope to be notifying you all of further developments soon.
If you know of any events that are accepting artists, let me know!
The Letters of the Devil II
I’m legitimately trying to avoid turning my Patreon and my mailing list into a 24/7 shill-a-thon, but Kickstarters mean an increase in activity, so I will be posting more often than I normally do. My plan to stem the flow is to do newsletters once every 5 days, and to otherwise try to restrict my posts about the Kickstarter (barring any big, sudden developments).
If, for some reason, you DO want to keep a closer eye on what’s going on with the campaign, the best way is to follow my social media accounts, which will be shamelessly plugging this project for the next month! I have accounts on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook that will be posting regular updates. I also made a recent post about a way you can help promote the project!
I recently did a livestream with Kelci Crawford and had an absolute BLAST doing it. While I’ve done quite a few art livestreams in the past, I’ve never just sat down and had a conversation with someone on a stream before, and I very much liked it. It’s made me realize that I need to experiment with streaming more than I have been.
I am tentatively planning on doing at least one livestream a week during the month of February. Some may be solo, like my past CosPain Live Draws; some may have guests, perhaps other cartoonists or friends in the cosplay community; and some may be much more outside-of-the-box.
I’m going to tentatively plan to stream every Saturday at 2 PM EST, but I will post an announcement on Patreon and on my social media accounts if that will be changing. I will also be doing much of my streaming on my YouTube channel instead of my Twitch channel to see which platform better suits my needs.
All right, time to put my salesman hat back on and get out there!
If you want to support my work further, please visit my online store. I also have Patreon and Ko-Fi accounts if those are more your speed.
Rock on, guys, and never stop drawing.