My lovely friend Cislyn and I embarked on our year-long project… nearly a year ago. CC:Otherworlds has been an amazing, fulfilling, challenging, and rewarding project. No, seriously. I know those are silly buzz words, but they’re also all super true.
We drew a prompt out of a hat every 2 weeks for an entire year. For an entire year, we each took that prompt and went off (sometimes collaborating, sometimes not) and made Things. Cislyn is a fantastic, fun, and weird writer who finds amazing twists on the world. She produced some incredible short fiction and a few lovely poems. And I go off and make an illustration. Or, in one case, a flip book. And in another case, a tiny coloring book.
Our very last prompt draw was last Friday… which means in a week and a half, our project will be complete.
I’ve never done a year long project before, or anything longer, and it’s amazing both how shockingly fast it went (holy crap an entire YEAR has gone by??) but also how truly challenging it was to do this project on top of all my other commitments, and not lose steam on anything. I’m going to miss CC:Otherworlds. A lot. It’s been our baby, and I couldn’t have asked for a better creative partner.
Do you want to see what we’re up to and support us? This will be your very last chance on this project. If you ever thought to yourself, “Hm, maybe… but I don’t want to commit!” then this is your chance. It’s the last one!
Come check us out! I promise we do good work. 🙂
2 thoughts on “Project “CC:Otherworlds” is Almost Over!”
Is this sort of like the kickstarter idea?
CC:Otherworlds is a Patreon project, which means that unlike Kickstarter (which funds projects lump sum) we are able to charge people on a per-project timescale. People can sign up for all sorts of subscriber levels (email stories and art for price point X, physical mail stories and art for price point Y, etc.) but they are only charged once the work is done and the images and stories are on the way. 🙂 This is our very last one, so it’s the very last time anyone will be charged.
Does that answer your question?
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