I have half of the first chapter of Praigaku drawn, which is going to be 50+ pages. After I finish, I'll be handing the pages off to a good friend of mine, who will be giving them final digital detailing/corrections that may be needed. And while he is busy with that, I will start on Chapter Two! I have 15 books scripted, over one hundred chapters, so I have quite a bit to do! I hope that you all enjoy Praigaku when it finally is finished!
Additionally; once I have reached Chapter Eight, I will be starting a Kickstarter; this is only to cover the printing costs for the books. Contributors to the book will be able to receive a 50% discount on the book's cost, which will only be $11 at full price, so contributors only pay $5.50!
I've been working on Praigaku since 2008, spending the majority of my time writing and rewriting the story, and improving my art style. Over those years, people have shown me awesome support. So as things finally start coming together, all I can do is sincerely thank you all, and hope you enjoy the books as they arrive! Praigaku started getting real attention in the online community on Mangamagazine/Inkblazers, and I deeply appreciate that!
When the time comes to print the books, I will be printing about 60 copies, so there will likely be enough for everyone to purchase a copy! But just to be sure, I will be setting up a primary ordering post just in case more people want a copy.
I am the author and artist to the graphic novel called Praigaku. I have reserved all rights to it. I enjoy a good conversation and hope to make some friends here I love to cosplay, attend cosplay conventions, draw manga (my own or from my favorites), write, play video games, watch horror movies, etc.
Current Residence: New Hampshire
Favourite genre of music: Hard Rock, Orchastral Rock, Opera Rock, Techno, Power Metal, and occasionally lovey-dovey stuff XD
Favourite style of art: manga
Skin of choice: preferably the type still attached.
Favourite cartoon character: Pikachu
Personal Quote: Whoever tells you you can't do something is jealous because THEY can't do it.