Tom Mazanec wrote:So sometime in the near future you will be able to
1) Scan all the journal pages on the CDs
2) Recognize all the letters A-Z
3) Replace them in the image with the Lovecraft's Diary equivalent character
4) Print out the result
5) Three hole punch the pages and put them in a ring binder
6) Ship the result to Ralph to be printed in book format
Tom Mazanec wrote:Scripts are Chinese to me. What I was going for in another thread was some way of translating Ennias Longscript's Journal into the Racconan alphabet (Lovecraft's Diary) as a novelty book from Ralph that I would pay 20 bucks for.
Deckard Canine wrote:Would you name some, please? I had thought that the most profitable webcomics merely helped to make ends meet. The most popular ones I know of are like that.
rbos wrote:I should point out that binding a comic is very not a cheap process and I doubt he'd be willing to do a one-off.
Skull wrote:Easy. Schlock Mercenary: Read the "About the author" section, where it describes how Howard quit his (allegedly six-figure income) job at Novell, in order to do the strip full time.
BrockthePaine wrote:I recall that Howard made mention in his blog last Christmastime that he had considered going back to work to keep up the bills. A few donations made him reconsider. Of course, I recall he has a wife and five or six kids, so "keeping up with the bills" would mean a wildly different figure. The other comics you named I've never heard of, so I can't speak to their finances. *shrugs* I'm not arguing with you; it's just that I don't see many comic artists becoming rich and famous.
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