Renderwave’s Oldrich Stibor shares the secrets and strategies behind the massive success of his current Kickstarter launch for a new digital art tutorial book, Colorpedia, available at ComixLaunch.com/color.
Highlights of This Session Include:
- How Oldrich put it all on the line with this latest launch.
- Digital coloring mistakes most creators make and how the Colorpedia can help.
- New Strategies Oldrich used to drive funding for this launch.
- Plus: An audience engagement prelaunch strategy Tyler and the ComixTribe team are using for their next launch.
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Today’s Featured Guest:
Oldrich Stibor is a writer, jiu-jitsu addict and comic book writer from Toronto Canada. He’s authored the award winning novel The Black Chronicle. He’s also the driving force behind Renderwave, a collective of digital painters, concept artists, animators and comic book colorists. Renderwave has recently launch a massive how-to guide for everything to do with digital painting and comic book coloring called RENDERWAVE’S COLORPEDIA.
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