Launching Kickstarter in 35 Days

I have been talking about creating an e-book version of my animation workshop for the past year. I’ve tweeted about it and people seem interested; I just can’t seem to get myself motivated to move forward.

Now that I am unemployed (I lost my job 2 month ago) I feel it is the best time to do something.

Kickstarter Experiment

Right now I’m at the park with my son. Watching him play is making me think about my life.

I am constantly struggling with what my idea life would be like, what my life goals are, and how I would like to spend my days.

I created this checklist for myself and figure it is something we can all learn from.

Pajama DayToday my son and I have decided it is pajama day. A day in which we get to wear our pajamas all day.

At the same time that I play with my son I am also working on my business.

While this can be stressful at times, I love the opportunity to be both active in my son’s life and do something I enjoy.

What is your pajama day like?

I would love to hear ways that you celebrate your loved ones and work towards your goals. Leave these in the comment section below.

Jason in bathtubAs I read this post I am soaking in a hotel bathtub. Not only am I creating this post while relaxing, I am not even writing. Instead I am using my iPhone’s ability to write what I say.

This completely changes the way I view blogging!

While I will be making many changes to this site and my other blogs, this new way of creating blog posts will greatly influence those changes. I am very excited to see the possibilities from this.

Today’s video lists seven ways to make money with your comic book or comic beyond the traditional comic book store route. As independent artists it is almost impossible to make the traditional system work for us unless a “decent size” publisher is involved.

Instead consider using alternative revenue streams and more importantly several revenue streams to fund your comic books.

The ways mentioned in the video include: