...for an upcoming picture book.
THANKS to everyone who has become a patron on my Patreon page, where you can support my comic and illustration work through small monthly pledges in exchange for some cool perks. If you missed it, you can check it out over here: www.patreon.com/owencurtsinger
One of the perks: a discount on everything in my online store, where I just posted Volume I of the TEXAS COMICS JOURNAL, a fresh 32-page full-color zine with short comics, nature sketches, and photographs about the flora, fauna, and culture of the Lone Star State. Get that over here: http://www.owencurtsinger.com/new-products/texas-comics-journal-volume-i
Here's a picture of my biggest fan checking it out.
Hey Friends, I've recently launched a Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/owencurtsinger)! What the heck is Patreon? It's a website built for creatives who want to allow their fans and friends to support them through small monthly donations in exchange for regular perks. For someone like me, it takes the pressure off of the question of "how am I going to make money doing what I love?" and allows me to just do it while connecting with and giving exclusive benefits to people who like my work and are willing to support me.
You can check it out here:
Pitch in a buck a month and see all of my short comics, nature sketches, works-in-progress, and other projects that I don't often post on my blog. Pitch in three or more bucks a month and you'll start getting some perks, like free stationary sets, discounts in my store, or free downloads of my comics and zines when they're released, such as Volume I of The TEXAS COMICS JOURNAL (http://www.owencurtsinger.com/…/texas-comics-journal-volume…), a new FULL-COLOR collection of short comics, photography, and nature sketches about the flora, fauna, and culture of Texas.
Thanks for reading! Check out my Patreon page here: https://www.patreon.com/owencurtsinger
Hey Fort Worth friends, I'm teaching comics classes (among other things) at Van Grow, the art studio for kids and teens on 7th street. Know any youth interested in comics, drawing, or just plain storytelling? Pass along this flyer!