It’s only been a couple of weeks since Ernest and I launched our Executive Yo-Yo project on Kickstarter and the response has been tremendous! We are currently 500% above our goal and are trending to become the most popular yo-yo project on Kickstarter yet.
The campaign ends in just a few days, so if you want to own an amazing yo-yo that’s small enough to fit in your coin pocket, go get one now!
To help promote the campaign, we are doing a contest to giveaway a rare prototype copy of the Executive Yo-Yo. This proto is a slightly lighter/boxier version of the yo-yo that plays great and would make a great piece for any collector. Find out how to enter the free yo-yo giveaway in the section below.
Our new yo-yo project, The Executive Yo-Yo, is now live on Kickstarter. I’ve been collecting for years, and I really believe this is one of the best playing mini yo-yo options out there. For the first 24 hours, we are offering a limited edition “marble swirl” version. So don’t hesitate!
I’m happy to announce that I’m launching a new yo-yo project with my friend Ernest Kahn next Tuesday, July 5th, on Kickstarter. It’s called The Executive and it’s a high performance miniature yo-yo. It’s made in the USA by the awesome folks at One Drop Design.
Yo-yo design is at an all time, but yo-yos keep getting bigger and bigger. Over the years, I found myself leaving my yo-yo at home more and more because I didn’t want to cram it into my pocket. That’s why I’m so excited about The Executive, a killer yo-yo that can fit into your coin pocket. The project goes live in a week and will have a VERY special color option that will only be available for the first 24 hours. So mark your calendars now!
“Far Away“, my Star Wars inspired comic book about friendship and robots is in it’s final 24 hours on Kickstarter and has raised about 2/3rds of it’s funding goal. Which means I still need to raise $1,000 for the project to be funded.
That’s not an impossible task, but it is looking highly unlikely at this moment. At this moment I have 82 backers, who have donated an average of $25 each. So I’d need about 40 more backers to reach the goal.
The book is written and drawn, and I’ve promised to pay my colorist no matter what happens, so I’m not really sure what my plan is if the Kickstarter fails. I could put the finished project up on Gumroad with my other comics, but based on my previous comic selling experiences, I think I’m unlikely to sell more than 10-20 comics there.
This is my 5th Kickstarter, and the first one to be so far below the goal this close to the end of the project. I always knew there was a chance one of my projects might not get funded, I had just hoped I’d find out before I got too far along with that project.
I had really hoped that Star Wars Day was going to be a kick-ass day for my comic. In fact, I had planned the whole project’s launch around May the 4th, in hopes of an extra bump. We made some new art for it and shared some great posts, but we only saw two new backers by the end of the day.
I am still really proud of all the work Mike and I have put into this book, I just hope we have a chance to share it with folks.