Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Graphic Novel a Novel Idea

As many of you know, I tried a Kickstarter last year to produce a third short for Longhair and Doubledome, and that it failed. According to the feedback we attained from various sources, it was clear that I had not done that proper due diligence in order to create a successful campaign. I am relatively new to online marketing, crowd-sourcing cavalcade of glory, and have spent a good deal of time devising a strategy with the end goal being the third short.
The Cartoon Network has been great, and very supportive, They gave me permission to do the third short and now have given their blessing to pursue this next Kickstarter venture, a graphic novel.
I have chosen this avenue to not only awaken the audience that all ready exists for these two wacky cavemen, but to increase it. I am presently talking with Max Cannon of REDMEAT fame to assist in the writing of the novel and have decided in a subject. So stay tuned, I will be announcing the Kickstarter in a month or so.
Please feel free to let us know what you think of this newish idea and strategy and thanks for any support you can offer.

Friday, December 23, 2016

Kickstarter in February?

Looks like we have the all clear for a Longhair and Doubledome GRAPHIC NOVEL.  Pretty excited about that.  I am going to start concentrating on the art and develop a look for the piece, these next few months and hopefully get the Kickstarter going in February of 2017.  Stay tuned for more updates.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Waiting on the Network

I have contacted the Cartoon Network and am hoping they will see clear to letting me use their property as a graphic novel.  Fingers crossed

Friday, December 2, 2016

Another Longhair and Doubledome?

After the failed Kickstarter campaign, I continue to think of ways to promote my two favorite cavemen.  Recently, I have been toying with the idea of a graphic novel of their adventures.  Maybe?
So I have been playing in the sandbox recently experimenting with different tweaks and looks for that possibility.  Sometimes the best way to see if you can light a fire is to at least try to start a fire.