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Posted January 10, 2016 at 10:44 pm

The Patreon is actually really REALLY close to being an amount that would allow me to sustainably make Wilde Life full time. That would mean three or more updates every week for you, and a complete dream come true for me. It just needs a little push to make it. So, if you’ve enjoyed Wilde Life and want more, please consider supporting it on Patreon!


Patreon Goal Reached!

The Wilde Life Patreon hit the concept artbook reward level over the past week, which is very exciting! (It hit this level just before Patreon made the switch from displaying the gross pledge amount to the net amount the artist actually gets, so then it got knocked back down a bit. Oops! But we made it again!)

So, I’ll be facing my old art fears and putting together a PDF that collects all the stuff I worked on from 2010 forward to get this comic ready to go. That’ll be available for patrons to download and enjoy in a few weeks.

Including some art like this:

My vices never hurt me like my virtuesYou keep it Red Riding Hoodie we’re social mutts thusnothing really suits us
This comic is just my love letter to Oklahoma.
“If we die today, at least we’ll know the secret.”
Just a couple of plain ol’ boring non-monster people who can’t turn into animals or do magic or anything. Living the dream of a turquoise fringe jacket through Eliza.

What is Patreon?
Patreon is a crowdfunding platform that is similar to kickstarter, in that a lot of people contribute a little bit of money towards a financial goal in return for a product, but is intended for continuing projects like comics. You pledge a given amount and every month Patreon automatically deducts that pledge amount from your credit card. It makes supporting creators really easy, and patrons get access to a backer blog that includes exclusive rewards like wallpapers, livestreams, custom doodle requests, and more.

Anyway, I also want to thank everyone so much for the support you've shown this comic so far! It really means a lot to me and I'm just sort of blown away every single day when I think about it! Thanks so much for reading!



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