Over the last month, Kickstarter once again celebrated Make 100 month, an invitation for creators to launch smaller, limited projects. In this session, Tyler will shine a light on a bunch of really cool comic projects that embraced the Make 100 ethos in hopes that it will encourage more creators to take part in this annual event and to think differently about how Kickstarter can be used.
Highlights of This Session Include:
- A project that makes us rethink how often is too often to launch on Kickstarter?
- A project jumping on perhaps the hottest trend in comics Kickstarter for 2024?
- How to use Kickstarter to solve big problems in your creative business.
- Plus: Why you don’t need to wait for the next Make 100 month to put these ideas into practice.
Today’s Session is Sponsored By:
Comic Impressions, a US based comic and graphic novel printer specializing in BOTH small digital AND large offset print runs. Go to ComicImpressions.com to to submit a quote or request a FREE printing sample and when you mention ComixLaunch you’ll get 5% off your next order!
Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:
Kickstarter’s Make 100 Page https://www.kickstarter.com/make-100
Destiny, NY “Thank You” Art Print MAKE 100 – Limited Edition https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/spacebetweenent/make-100-limited-edition-destiny-ny-thank-you-art-print
The Last Ember: Hunted #1 – NEW LENTICULAR COVER! #MAKE100 https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/brantfowler/ember1lenticular
Make 100 Tart 14 Variant Covers
OLIVE THE LAST PALADIN – Black & White Edition
More About Our Sponsor:
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Which of these 4 Make 100 project ideas are you most likely to model a project after?