Wow, do I feel sheepish.
The Kickstarter for FAR WEST went live yesterday, and I completely forgot to mention it here… and reached it’s minimum funding goal in only fifteen hours!
As with usual for Kickstarters, of course, it stays open and accepts further bids above that total — so the push now is to try to see how much we can raise. The more we raise, the more we can do…. I would love if we come anywhere near the 25K-ish figure that Daniel Solis and Co. managed with Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple. I try to be a curmudgeonly cynic — but a small part of my brain is now whispering to me that it might be possible.
Check out the promotional video (and feel free to spread it around — I’m really quite proud of it):
You can visit the Kickstarter by clicking on the link below the video, or by following this link.
In the meantime, I’ll be over here — hitting “refresh” on my browser and trying desperately to wrap my brain around just how drastically business models have now changed for creatives. I was intellectually aware of it before, but I’ve gotta tell ya: Actually doing it, and seeing the result? Mind-blowing.