More Patreon

The AntiBunny Patreon has seen a couple of new updates.  First of all you’ll notice a new pledge level for those who’d like to lend a little moral support to the comic, but might not have much to spare in the form of Penny Patrons.  Yes, one little cent per month.  What’s the purpose of this level?  As I said before it’s so that patrons can lend a little moral support to the comic even if they can’t afford to lend any major financial support.  This is the next best thing to being a patron for free and only requires you sign up for a patreon account.  They use paypal now so you don’t even need to give them a credit card number.  Penny patrons will still appear on the patreon page as supporters.  I’m also considering adding new features, some of which will be available to penny patrons.

Next up I’ve put up the new milestone goal of $10.  When pledges reach this level the main antibunny site will get a new page listing all backers and linking back to any of their own projects they’d like.  This section will include Penny Patrons as well. Don’t worry $1 and up patrons, you’ll still be listed in credits pages of the comic its self as well.

Next up, I think it’s appropriate that Patrons get to see what they’re supporting, so henceforth the final version of every comic produced will also go up on Patreon as soon as it’s completed.  Given the way the server updates that means it will sometimes show up on patreon a few hours before it goes live on antibunny.com.  What’s more is that these final versions of the comic will be FREE.  Anyone, patron or not, can view them as soon as they go up on the patreon page.  By clicking the “follow” button on my patreon you’ll know as soon as they’re live.

Lastly I’m looking to network with some other artists and cross promote our works.  If you’re a comic artist get in touch with me, and we can do some cross promotion, and maybe pledge backs to one another.

 

 

 

 

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Freedom Planet Art

Have some sketches based on awesome indie game Freedom Planet.  Haven’t heard of it?  Freedom Planet is what I can only describe as the lovechild of Genesis era Sonic and Gunstar Heroes.  It’s certainly worth checking out, doesn’t take a high end gaming PC to run, and won’t break the bank.

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