Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million

Tuesdaily with Kickstarter Squee, writing blather and a photo

Next time I do a Kickstarter, I am making it a shorter one, because I'm sure everyone following me is getting sick of hearing about it, and my blood pressure does not like 30 days of excitement this intense!

(981% Eee! Two days! Eeeeeee!)

We made it to *Asterix, the mini coloring book! The print edition will be limited to those sold during the Kickstarter campaign + 10, so if you'd like a tiny coloring book of ACEO artwork, this is your chance! It is included free with all pledges of $150 or more, and is a $10 add-on for all other reward packages with shipping included. (You just increase your pledge by that much, and at the close of the project, I will send out a survey finding out what extras you want. You can also purchase extra coloring books and sets of ACEO cards with add-ons!)

I've put up the next big stretch goal - we're just $58 from another new piece of artwork, and then at $4000, *Asterix gets 6 more pages, and at $4500, you guys get Archivistrix:

This includes some old artwork it's very, very unlikely you've ever seen, and some you may remember from my very early days at Elfwood. Vintage Ellen, if you will. And by 'you guys,' I mean everyone. This PDF will be available absolutely free for anyone to download, if we make it. If something nutty happens during our last two days, I will add a print version as another stretch goal!

Am attempting to get the next South Meets North installment written for Torn World, and this is a Big Important one, so I want it not to suck. About 1000 words in on it, and I think the framework is okay, but I'm not loving the flow. C'mon brain, I need you to focus. I have chocolate ice cream bars, if you're good!

And, as promised in the subject line, a photo. Guppy loves MY cup.

Tags: guppy, kickstarter, photos, torn world

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