I swear to god, I have these posts lined up and scheduled. When a couple of days pass and two aren’t posted, it leaves a man frustrated and with trust issues. I did my part! WordPress app, you’re making me look like an incompetent fuck.
The era of sketches. I know it’s not much but these little seedlings will grow into good stuff. Give it time. I plan to post them as they progress.
Who knows why the title is thus. Probably has something to do with thoughts of production. I’m one short of a dozen large pictures to get ready for painting. These large ones are big deals, ain’t they? For one, each takes a lot of resources to produce. Time, effort, concentration foremost among them. Been grinding.
Writing and poetry is on task. About a third needs work the rest are good enough to go. Don’t you worry, though. My perfectionism will have me working onto and probably through release.
Here we are in, what month is this? May? June? And I’m still keeping up with two posts a week since January. That’s six months. Each post with an image. Fantastic! From what I read, 2-5 years is when the audience starts to develope. Audience, if you could develope faster, that’d be great.
There are still plans to get Patreon up and running. That’s where the WIP’s, first releases of the AAA content, and giveaways will be done. I’ll give that aspect of the business some attention this weekend.
When I take inventory and apply it to a timelime, things look good. I have titles figured out for the next three. Enough material started for two. If I produce with consistance, I can see myself releasing one each year.
Of course, I can’t tell if that is lofty optimism rose coloring expectations. I got super excited about releasing this one in Q1 or Q2 of this year but when I stood back the quality was a bit lacking. So now I’m aiming for Q3 maybe even Q4.
It has more to do with everything than just the book. It’s the business and life matters, too. I’m kinda doing this whole endeavor by my lonesome and it seems prudent to be mindful of limitations. Lord knows, soon as I overstep there’s a backlash. So, slow and steady.