Give it a few days, and see. Since people have paid for raffle tickets, you are kind of stuck in doing something.
If you need to take me up on my offer, you could also set up a keeforums auction. I have a public starting bid, and you can see if anyone wants to raise. (but I don't want to get into a bidding war with your mom. )
(I'm not retracting, but I don't see why others can't get in on the action just because they don't have as big a mouth as I do.)
Selgeron wrote:hey gav, im not about to give you money or anything but I don't see why you're so down about the whole art thing...
Shar Gar wrote:Best webcomics online, in order:
Just because you are highly popular doesnt mean you have sold out.
Gav wrote:It seems like the only way to get a "big" audience these days is to have it from the start. People get intimidated by big archives.
Just for reference, how many webcomics do you actually read?Shai Gar wrote:Best webcomics online, in order:
Gav wrote:I see someone like Randy Mulhollund simply beg for money and he ends up with something like $24,000.
Gav wrote:Oh, Nukees is far from "highly popular." Nukees is, at best, "moderately popular." I think of stuff like Sluggy Freelance, Something Positive, Sinfest, and Penny Arcade as "highly popular." They're read by hundreds of thousands of people. Mine is only read by thousands.
And Nukees is kind of stuck in terms of its audience size. It seems like the only way to get a "big" audience these days is to have it from the start. People get intimidated by big archives. And Nukees doesn't read well from the middle.
damp_dave wrote:Apples != Oranges... If you did beg, I bet you'd get more than $24.
There are other fields of achievement; for one you can compare your current salary to Randy's.
(Oh, and isn't it "Milholland"?)
CodeGuy wrote:I think it's largely a factor of your subject matter. Robotic ants and killer computer viruses tickle my funny bone greatly.
Gav wrote:No one can spell my last name either.
Userfriendly? Sluggy freelance? PvP? Penny Arcade?Gav wrote:And drawing Anime style seems to be one of the prerequisites to having a popular webcomic.
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