Behind the Scenes: Foxes and Boxes – 1
Patrons not only get to see the full-page, but a larger version too (I can only have 500 pixels wide images here).
My original idea was a portal of some kind, with the same narration text in the finished comic (you can barely read it in pencil in the image above). I changed my mind after sketching, as often happens, and went for a wider shot of the mountain range.
It’s easy to see this behind the scenes scan and more: pledge $1 or more a month and you get full access to my patrons only blog on Patreon (and the more patrons I get, the more stuff I’ll post I’m sure). Not only are you getting extra content, you are directly supporting me and helping new Foxes and Boxes pages happen. That’s $12 a year, which is probably less than a movie ticket in some places. Don’t worry if you can’t pitch in a lot: I appreciate every bit, even if it’s only $1 a month.
You’ll also get to read all of my older patrons only posts. I’m thinking up other ways to interact with patrons on the blog in the future too (helping name stuff? Decide what the characters do? Who knows!)
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Daniel J. Hogan is a geeky cartoonist and writer living in Michigan. Daniel is available for freelance writing and cartooning commissions (Contact Daniel). This post contains affiliate links, unless it doesn't.