By Anthony Feinman I recently received a book called, What They Don't Teach in Art School. Both Julie and I are eager to read this book as we are both artists (I studied at SAIC while she received her BA from Eastern in Fine Art). As ASININE was recently released this month, I have sent… Continue reading Review time!
Ink and Feathers Comics turns 30 in 2021!
A very brief introspective by Anthony Feinman "I probably have one of the most unique positions in the whole world: I grew up with Terry Freedom. No, I didn’t see the rise of communism, live through World War I, experience the Great Depression, or see the birth of the new era. I watched as my… Continue reading Ink and Feathers Comics turns 30 in 2021!
So, you’re looking into Kickstarter PT 3
By Anthony Feinman Successful failures Alright, let's talk about shipping. Unless you run a business or send a lot of letters in this digital age, you probably could care less what shipping rates are. If you plan on doing a crowdfunding campaign, you better do your homework. Shipping is expensive! And if you have not… Continue reading So, you’re looking into Kickstarter PT 3
So, you’re looking into Kickstarter PT 2
PART 2 Which way should a creator go to publish their work? By Anthony Feinman Before and after meeting a fellow creator this past April in Peoria that had their first book funded via Kickstarter, I've been continuing to research crowdfunding. What makes it work? Why are more creators releasing their work this way? What… Continue reading So, you’re looking into Kickstarter PT 2
So, you’re looking into Kickstarter…
PART ONE Being part of a community by Anthony Feinman Kickstarter recently reached a milestone of being ten years old. Ten years ago, I looked at crowdfunding and balked at the idea. People begging other people to fund their projects or causes? How pathetic! I equated the notion to nothing short of panhandling. In fact,… Continue reading So, you’re looking into Kickstarter…