Well, we are starting to get close to the end of Caribbean Blue. There are still enough pages left to last a few more months, but considering how long Ive been working on it it feels like thats very little time.
It's a bittersweet feeling really. I'm sorta sad to see it go but at the same time I'm glad that I'm about to actually finish a project of this size. It's sure been an amazing trip.
If you've never read it, give it a shot cblue.katbox.net/comic/caribbe…
. It's fairly short (310 pages), and you'll see how I progressed as both an artist and storyteller (although Ive had a lot of help from Mihari on the last third of it). Hopefully, you can excuse the early artwork XD. cblue.katbox.net/comic/caribbe…
Creating webcomics is sort of like street preforming, for most it's an act of love, and if any passerby happens to toss us some change or even a smile it helps us go on. Kickstarter helped make the virtual into the pysical with prints of the first and second books, and now Patreon has been a major help in bridgeing the gap between volumes.
If you're unfamiliar with Patreon, it's like a micro tipping service that allows you to give a small amount per month (usually a buck or two) and helps us reach certain goals. Since there's strength in numbers, so I'm hoping to gather enoug small amounts to make comics a more viable endeavor for me, and help me create new tales in the future!
In any case, check it out here: www.patreon.com/nekonny
and if you feel so inclined, show your humble internet superhighway performer some support! ^^