**THIS CAMPAIGN WILL RELAUNCH SOON. STAY TUNED FOR RELAUNCH DATE**
Ah, Inktober, the artist challenge to make a new ink drawing everyday during the month of October. This year, I did it.
Usually, someone on social media makes a prompt list of suggestions. And I'm sure they put a lot of thought into that list.
I ignored them. Because I wanted to draw gods and spirits.
Hi, I'm Kelci Crawford, and this is my eighth project on KickStarter (and here's hoping this will be a success just like the previous campaigns)!
What's this campaign for? Well I'm looking to put these Gods and Spirits into a sketchbook to sell to backers and convention goers alike.
Now don't worry - these gods and spirits already agreed to get drawn, so I don't have to wrestle them into a book.
Here's the breakdown of what's needed:
- $150 for an ISBN and Barcode
- $140 for printing 50 books
- $300 for printing stickers
- $300 for shipping to backers
- $155 for miscellaneous or emergency (this goes to KickStarter’s use fee, international shipping, ink cartridges, or art supplies used to make commissions)
In exchange for your support, I’m offering something new that I haven’t done with campaigns before: STICKERS!
The following designs will become stickers printed through StickerMule:
These stickers will be roughly 4 inches high, so clear some space on your sticker surface of choice!
Other offerings include early-bird specials, commissions, and even copies of the previous Inktober book, Witches: A Sketchbook.
(Left: "The Forest Spirit." Right: "I Am The Land.")
Patrons on Patreon will also get a bonus goody in their reward packages (along with their relevant patron rewards).
And if you're a U.S. backer, and you VOTE this Tuesday, email me a picture of your "I voted!" sticker to firstname.lastname@example.org and you'll also get a bonus item in your package. Awesome, right?
This campaign is going to be SUPER short, so if you have the means to give, please do so!
If you’re broke, please share this campaign with your friends! Every share helps more than you know.
Thank you very much for checking out this campaign!
You. Are. Awesome.
Risks and challenges
My track record from previous KickStarter campaigns can speak for itself.
The biggest challenge I can see is making sure the stickers from StickerMule turn out right – I have never printed stickers with an outside company before, so bear with me if there are delays.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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