Dylan Edwards is creating Comics and Art
22

patrons

$126
per month
Hi! I'm Dylan Edwards, creator of a whole bunch of queer and trans comics (many of which you can read for free on my website), including Transposes, Politically InQueerect, and Valley of the Silk Sky.



My current big webcomic project is Valley of the Silk Sky, a fantastical sci-fi epic with a queer/trans/ace cast. It's intended for ages 13 and up. I keep it free to read online, so it's available to queer and trans folks of all sorts regardless of income level.

As a Patron, you get access to my weekly art posts, which can include early access to webcomic pages, work-in-progress images, first peeks at print work for anthologies, and behind-the-scenes details of my artistic process. All for a mere $1 a month!

At higher pledge levels, you can receive sketch postcards in the mail, original comic art, and other goodies.

Don't feel constrained by the defined pledge levels: you can pledge whatever amount you like, and choose to receive rewards or not, as is your whim.

If you like what I do as an indie queer/trans comic creator, Patreon is a great way to offer your support!
Tiers
The Art Blog
$1 or more per month 12 patrons
Thank you! Your support is awesome and you are awesome. A dollar a month gets you access to my weekly Patreon art blog, which includes work-in-progress posts, early access to comic pages, and other fun stuff.
Postcard Funtimes
$5 or more per month 7 of 15 patrons
You get a postcard in the mail once a month, upon which I shall draw a doodle, and access to the weekly art blog.
The Super-Patron [cue heroic music]
$50 or more per month 1 of 10 patrons
Okay. You are pretty awesome, you know that? You will get: art blog access, the monthly postcard doodle, and Some Other Cool Thing at your discretion (for example: original comic art, character sketches, or a cameo in a crowd scene).
Goals
$126 of $150 per month
I travel to a lot of comic conventions, since they're still the best way to promote my work. I also frequently speak on panels about queer/trans issues in comics at these shows. I try to keep my travel as cheap as possible so I can do as many shows as possible, but there's still stuff like eating food and transportation around the city to consider. Meeting this goal would help defray some of the costs.
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Hi! I'm Dylan Edwards, creator of a whole bunch of queer and trans comics (many of which you can read for free on my website), including Transposes, Politically InQueerect, and Valley of the Silk Sky.



My current big webcomic project is Valley of the Silk Sky, a fantastical sci-fi epic with a queer/trans/ace cast. It's intended for ages 13 and up. I keep it free to read online, so it's available to queer and trans folks of all sorts regardless of income level.

As a Patron, you get access to my weekly art posts, which can include early access to webcomic pages, work-in-progress images, first peeks at print work for anthologies, and behind-the-scenes details of my artistic process. All for a mere $1 a month!

At higher pledge levels, you can receive sketch postcards in the mail, original comic art, and other goodies.

Don't feel constrained by the defined pledge levels: you can pledge whatever amount you like, and choose to receive rewards or not, as is your whim.

If you like what I do as an indie queer/trans comic creator, Patreon is a great way to offer your support!

Recent posts by Dylan Edwards

Tiers
The Art Blog
$1 or more per month 12 patrons
Thank you! Your support is awesome and you are awesome. A dollar a month gets you access to my weekly Patreon art blog, which includes work-in-progress posts, early access to comic pages, and other fun stuff.
Postcard Funtimes
$5 or more per month 7 of 15 patrons
You get a postcard in the mail once a month, upon which I shall draw a doodle, and access to the weekly art blog.
The Super-Patron [cue heroic music]
$50 or more per month 1 of 10 patrons
Okay. You are pretty awesome, you know that? You will get: art blog access, the monthly postcard doodle, and Some Other Cool Thing at your discretion (for example: original comic art, character sketches, or a cameo in a crowd scene).