Selling art to raise money for print editions

All original art from the Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan stories Headsmen and Devil is now for sale through my Comicspace galleries. Moneys raised will go towards financing new print editions of Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan, which I should finally be able to get together in 2008. When I was in my financial crisis earlier this year, sales …

Possibly the most effective fundraiser in webcomics

I did some advertising on the fantasy webcomic Exiern a while ago. The comic is not my favorite thing in the world (see Robert A. Howard’s capsule review. While his comparison between writer Drowemos’ early art and that of Jamie Robertson is absurd, the rest of his description is good enough), but advertising on it …

Reconceptualising micropayments.

Micropayments are a perfectly valid and succesful business tool – as long as the end user stays out of the picture In the wake of the failure of Bitpass and Scott McCloud’s decision to stop charging a micropayment for The Right Number, discussion of micropayments as an option for making money with web content, specifically, …

Using Project Wonderful effectively and ethically.

It’s perhaps a bit early for this, but here’s what I think I have learned in the past few weeks of advertising through Project Wonderful: Advertise outside your immediate niche: The most effective ads I’ve taken out were ads on popular webcomics such as Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal or Questionable Content. These popular general-interest comics …

ROCR website update

I’ve made some more changes to the Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan website and the ROCR archives at Modern Tales: I have un-freed “Rásdondr’s testimony” and folded it back into the chapter Trial, day 2″ where, artistically speaking, it belonged. I have made the current chapter, Grimborg officially free. Later today, I will delete “Rásdondr’s testimony” from …