I haven't been very active on here lately... which is a good thing I guess. It means I'm swamped. There is a lot of momentum on a bunch of my projects... I will give a quick recap and then enjoy some of this sunshine.
Lil crossed the $1,000 mark today, less than a week into our Kickstarter campaign. Hopefully we can keep up this momentum.
Jim Devoti and I are piecing together what we think is a pretty brilliant strategy for our film King of the Night. More will obviously be revealed regarding that - but not until the right time. In the meantime, Karol Wisniewski, who designed the site for Harbor Moon, is building the King of the Night website.
I think we may have our tech glitches sorted out on R.E.M.: The Graphic Novel and we're back up and running. Marco is also changing gears a bit and inking the book in grayscale. It looks great. As soon as we get that sorted we're going to print some 'mini-issues' for promotional use (and to submit to talent on the film front).
The Skin Trade is firing on all cylinders right now. I finished the business proposal content and handed it off to my graphic designer. She should have a first pass done any day now. I also enlisted Pawel to do a piece of artwork for the project, as well as Marek. Pawel was the artist on Harbor Moon and Marek did the cover for R.E.M. as well as a promo piece/splash page for Chasing Rabbits.
Karol is lettering and doing the layout for the Fuzzies illusrated book... that should be done very shortly as well. Pretty excited to see it all come together.
Nelson Evergreen finished a promo piece for Bulderlyns recently. I am going to start a Kickstarter campaign for that project as well. It is a pretty special piece and couldn't come out any better. I think the title design (by Anna) came out great, and Karol did a great job of adding the color/texture to it.