It’s taken longer than I had hoped, but the second batch of the Princess Elycia strips have been completed and are now available! This new batch contains ten strips, just like the first batch, so that makes a total of twenty strips all together. If you are interested in reading them, you can do so by clicking HERE. Otherwise, you can go to the Projects page. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😆
I have some important news! It took a little while, but my webcomic Night of the Werewolves is now available as an eBook from Amazon for free! I was able to achieve this by following the advice of someone online, who said that if you made your book available on another website for free, you could ask Amazon to price match it, which is what Amazon did in this case. Of course, this means that Night of the Werewolves is also on another site, namely Kobo. Therefore you have a choice as to which website to download it from. They are essentially the same comic, but I did notice that the Amazon file is about twice the size of the Kobo file, so that may mean that the Amazon file is the better quality one, but I can’t say for sure.
OK, that was the important news. The other news is that Night of the Werewolves is now also available as a comic, from the print-on-demand publisher Lulu. The price is $20.00 (in Australian currency), which is expensive for a story that only runs for 34 pages, but at this price my profit margin is less than $4. From a business viewpoint, it would’ve been better to make Night of the Werewolves a completely B&W comic, because then the price would’ve been a lot cheaper. However, the colour red is integral to the story and it would look bland without it. In any case, I seriously doubt I will make any sales on Lulu, so I’m happy to put this down as a learning experience for the next time I publish a comic.😊
Below, I will put links to the places where you can get Night of the Werewolves.
- For the eBook from Amazon US (free), click HERE.
- For the eBook from Kobo US (free), click HERE.
- For the comic from Lulu ($20.00 in Australian currency), click HERE.
Oh, I should mention that now that Night of the Werewolves is a free eBook, it will no longer be available here on MoeDimension. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😊
The Princess Elycia project is now fully underway! I have just uploaded the first ten strips of this story to this blog, so now you can get a much better picture of what it’s all about. If you are interested in reading them, you can do so by clicking HERE. Otherwise, you can go to the Projects page. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😆
This is something different. I’ve decided to start releasing some of my original music on SoundCloud. Admittedly, there is no obvious connection to MoeDimension’s raison d’être, but there is one: the music I make is generally inspired by my original characters and stories. Having said that, though,, this first track, titled Vernal Equinox, is just to get the ball rolling. It is a remix of an old track I made for a school project, many years ago. You can listen to it on SoundCloud by clicking HERE, or you can read a bit more about it on the new Music page by clicking HERE. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😊
I said I was planning to start uploading The Extraordinary Tale of Princess Elycia of Elthora (or Princess Elycia for short) in March and, well, March is now nearly over, isn’t it? So that’s why I’ve decided to upload the first “strip” of Princess Elycia today, as a sort of preview. You can read it HERE. It’s not a lot, I know, but it will give you a good idea of what this particular project is all about. And I should be able to upload a full segment of the story early in April. Fingers crossed!😆
About a month ago, I commenced working on a new major project, which I am now ready to announce. Its title is The Extraordinary Tale of Princess Elycia of Elthora (or Princess Elycia for short) and it will be a sort of “novel with graphics”, featuring a Edgar Rice Burroughs-style story and Wallace Wood-style artwork. I have already created a project page for it. You can check it out HERE for more details,