Grant Reynoldsis creating Comics
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• Good Boy dog comics, which will only be posted on this blog.
• Progress reports, including pics of whatever art projects I'm working on at the moment.
• Documentation of my drawing process, penciled pages, etc.
• Diary entries that provide insights into my creative process, examples of source material, and more.
• Sketchbook pages.
• Whatever else seems like fun!
Plus they'll get access to exclusive content that I post here several times a week (see above)!
Plus they'll get a new comic book in the mail every six months for as long as they're a patron! The first book will arrive after they sign up, the second book six months after that, and so on. Titles may vary according to what I'm self-publishing at the moment.
And they'll get access to exclusive content that I post here several times a week (see above)!
I've been self-publishing comics since the mid-90s, and have been featured in numerous magazines and anthologies. Top Shelf put out my book Comic Diorama in 2009, and it was selected as a Notable Comic for Houghton Mifflin’s Best American Comics in 2011. My book Hypnotic Induction Technique was an Ignatz nominee for Outstanding Mini-Comic in 2012. And my piece Radio Silence was selected for Houghton Mifflin’s Best American Comics in 2017.
Henry is an older pup, but he can still perform his famous mid-air spin when it's meal time. He belongs to some close friends of mine, so I know him pretty well.
I started this Patreon because I was dealing with several medical issues and needed some help with my regular day-to-day expenses. I was staying with those same close friends, Henry's family, until I could get back on my feet.
Since then I've had physical therapy and three different procedures, including two surgeries. My recovery is going well, and I moved into a new apartment with another friend. I will also be starting work at a bakery soon. Things are going really well thanks to all the help from my friends and patrons (and, of course, Henry)!
With your support I can continue moving forward, recovering, and making art and comics. The money from this Patreon is still so helpful. It goes toward my medical bills, which leaves me with more resources to focus on rebuilding my life!
Now that I no longer live with Henry I'll continue to visit him (and my friends!) as often as I can.
I'm very optimistic and excited for this second chance, and I thank you for your support!
Thank you for your support! <3