– Some of you have been having difficulty posting comments here. Sorry about that. I do want to hear what you have to say. I don’t know the source of the problem, but I am trying to figure it out. If any of you have any insight please contact me.
– I’m going to be at the Clallam Bay Comic Con in Washington on July 8-9. This is a cool small show hosted by Donna Barr. I’m looking forward to it! If you live in Washington please come check it out!
– Hi everyone. This month I’m trying really hard to boost my Patreon. For those of you who don’t know, Patreon is a platform that allows the people who enjoy Modest Medusa and my other comics to give me financial support (if they are so inclined) and get rewards. My Patreon is absolutely vital to me since it accounts for about 75-100% of my monthly income (depending on the month). I’m very fortunate to have so many of you as patrons, and your generosity has allowed me to focus on making comics and art as my full time job. However, I really need to boost my Patreon income to cover basic living expenses, and I hope that introducing some new Goals and Rewards will encourage some of who can afford it to become patrons. Even a dollar or two every month really helps!
Last month I began offering a new $10 sketch pledge, where patrons will receive an original marker illustration of a Modest Medusa or Ghost Kiss character of their choice a few times a year. The Mario Kart Medusa above is an example of what you’ll get.
Milestone Goals are unlocked when Patreon funding reaches a certain level. Right now my Patreon is at about $910/month (before taxes, which is what I live on). My upcoming goals are a monthly original art giveaway (unlocked at $1000), new monthly updates of my Legend of Korra fan comic (unlocked at $1200) and a new ongoing Modest Medusa side-comic, updated monthly for Patreon patrons only (unlocked at $1500). My short term goal is to reach $1200/month, which would allow me to actually meet my minimum monthly expenses. I really hope I can reach $1500/month later this year. This is important since income from Patreon allows me to spend my time making comics and art for you to read instead of having to take whatever freelance illustration jobs and commissions I can find just to make ends meet.
So if you’re already a patron, thank you so much for your support. You’ve paid for my food and my medicine and literally kept me alive. If you’d like to become a patron I would really appreciate it. As I said before, even $1 to $3 a month really helps! I know a lot of you are in the same boat I am and just can’t afford to become patrons. I also know a lot of you choose to show your support for this comic in other ways, and I totally appreciate your comments, your reblogs, your likes, your book purchases, your kickstarter pledges and your positive word of mouth.
Thank you all so much. You can check out my Patreon page here.
Not a lot of night life in Yeld.
It should be “Ecksbocks'” in Panel one (cause the “s” is part of her name)
Oh, you’re right. I’ll fix that when I have a chance.
no surprise she wants to go home, life of the other medusas is downright boring! and they don´t even seem to be aware of it nor miss something – ok, so they don´t have cards or bord games, but not even tag or hide+seek? and no type of school either…. seems as if without outside stimulation the medusas *stay* rather unintelligent
I just want to say, Modest looks like Katara with the Hair loopies
Lol I thought of Katara from Avatar: The Last Airbender as well when I saw the hair loopies.
Jake gonna be mad if Modest brings home friends….
He’s already mad at her for leaving with Jenny!
sleeping in a big pile <3
I just bingedthis whole comic in a few nights, and WOW! I LOVE IT SO MUCH! Even though there’s real traumatic storytelling, with NO Status quo, which I love more than anything since it forces the story to keep evolving, she still keeps her Loli Innocence! It’s wonderful!
Thanks. I’m not a huge fan of status quo, and I’ve tried hard to avoid it.
But I always liked their ‘Pictures of Matchstick Men’. ;-}}
If anyone’s curious:
(if those work here).