Feedback please for Kickstarter page (launching July 2)
Rene Pfitzner last edited by Rene Pfitzner
I've just finished polishing up the rewards graphics and checking the links for my launch in a week's time.
It's a Kickstarter to get my webcomic printed as a graphic novel. It's called Sneaky Goblins.
If you can take a look and let me know if there's anything I've missed, that would be awesome! (the other day someone got back to me and said my pie-chart figures didn't add up- so thankful to that person!)
*Edit: The Kickstarter is now live!
Feedback still welcome though (you can edit the 'story' section after a campaign begins, but not the rewards or shipping)
It looks really good to me. The only thing I'm not the biggest fan of is your gif of the projects you contributed to. I thought my phone was making the pictures glitch, but then I realized it was animated. I just don't think it really adds to the overall style of everything else.
That being said, congratulations! It looks well put together and well thought out. It definitely seems like a legit project to back.
lei last edited by
Well, it must be a good kickstarter pitch, coz I can't see why NOT to get a copy... I really want to back it! Now, to remember what my kickstarter login is.... tell us when it's live, OK!
JohnMK last edited by
looks good to me. Really love your work, Rene. Reminds me of the Phoenix comic
Larry Whitler last edited by
Oh my gosh! That looks so fun! You are going to bring joy to a lot of kids (and kids-at-heart) with your writing and illustrating talents. Very nicely done. Good luck.
@tessaw Thanks Tessa! Yeah I wondered about that. Sometimes no gifs is better than gifs.
@lei Thanks so much! Well that's always the aim when making a Kickstarter page-- try and remove all the reasons not to back! Those include- distrust, lack of urgency, not caring. If a page can address each of these, and if the book looks good, it should be golden!
@johnmk The Phoenix looks really cool! I'll have to get into it. Thanks for the comparison!