Natalie Metzger is creating Comics and Other Art
23

patrons

$65
per month
Greetings!
I’m Natalie Metzger and I make comics and miscellaneous illustrations.

What is this Patreon thingy?
Patreon is a crowd-funding platform for fans (such as yourselves) to support the artists they enjoy. It’s similar to Kickstarter in the sense that you can pledge certain amounts of money, but instead of having it fund one big thing at X date, it’s an ongoing support of the arts. Sort of like a tip jar with perks.

What are you making?
Primarily I want to use Patreon to support my webcomic, Over-Encumbered
It’s a weekly comic about a group of fantasy characters’ neighborhood adventures. I also have a few short stories I would love to turn into comics. So, all those things and more! Plus, I’m always open to ideas from my fans as to what type of content you’d like to see me make.

How often are you making these things?
Over-Encumbered is currently on a one a week schedule. Depending if certain milestones are reached, I may be increasing this. The other things have no schedule. For these reasons I have pledging set at a per month rate. Also, you are free to adjust your pledges at any time.

But your comics are already free to read, right?
Yes! And they will remain that way. While I would love any monetary support of my work, please do not feel obligated to donate. It’s my pleasure to provide my art to folks for free. If you are interested in supporting my work, YOU ARE AMAZING AND THANK YOU SO MUCH. Also, on my Patreon page you will find a few fun reward tiers from $1 a month to many dollars a month as a special thank you.

Again, thank you so much for being a fan of my work!

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UPDATE: If anyone is looking to support just the Cthulhu Slippers comic, Andrew Jack has set up a dedicated Cthulhu Slippers Patreon page.
Rewards
SATISFACTION!
$1 or more per month 7 patrons
- an enormous sense of well being for helping me create art
- "Thank You" credit on the Over-Encumbered site (unless you wish to remain anonymous)
- access to patron-only blog including behind the scenes look at my creative process and early releases of comics (when available)

- sometimes I will send you fun stuff like stickers or prints

- a fist bump

DINGLEPUFFED!
$2 or more per month 1 patron
- double the gratitude
- double fist bump
- everything in the lower tiers
REFRESHING SPRITZ!
$3 or more per month 5 patrons
- exclusive patron wallpapers
- access to Over-Encumbered ebooks and other self-published ebooks (when available)

- plus everything in the lower tiers
LUCKCHICKEN!
$5 or more per month 7 patrons
- textless comics
- high resolution comics
- plus everything in the lower tiers
GIFTHORSE!
$10 or more per month 1 patron
- one custom social media avatar (restrictions apply)
- plus everything in the lower tiers
DIAMOND-TIPPED AWESOME!
$20 or more per month 0 of 25 patrons
- I will draw a creature based on your request (one per patron, restrictions apply) including digital file and one signed print of your commission
- plus everything in the lower tiers
Goals
$30 – reached! per month
Server costs are paid for! Huzzah!
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Greetings!
I’m Natalie Metzger and I make comics and miscellaneous illustrations.

What is this Patreon thingy?
Patreon is a crowd-funding platform for fans (such as yourselves) to support the artists they enjoy. It’s similar to Kickstarter in the sense that you can pledge certain amounts of money, but instead of having it fund one big thing at X date, it’s an ongoing support of the arts. Sort of like a tip jar with perks.

What are you making?
Primarily I want to use Patreon to support my webcomic, Over-Encumbered
It’s a weekly comic about a group of fantasy characters’ neighborhood adventures. I also have a few short stories I would love to turn into comics. So, all those things and more! Plus, I’m always open to ideas from my fans as to what type of content you’d like to see me make.

How often are you making these things?
Over-Encumbered is currently on a one a week schedule. Depending if certain milestones are reached, I may be increasing this. The other things have no schedule. For these reasons I have pledging set at a per month rate. Also, you are free to adjust your pledges at any time.

But your comics are already free to read, right?
Yes! And they will remain that way. While I would love any monetary support of my work, please do not feel obligated to donate. It’s my pleasure to provide my art to folks for free. If you are interested in supporting my work, YOU ARE AMAZING AND THANK YOU SO MUCH. Also, on my Patreon page you will find a few fun reward tiers from $1 a month to many dollars a month as a special thank you.

Again, thank you so much for being a fan of my work!

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UPDATE: If anyone is looking to support just the Cthulhu Slippers comic, Andrew Jack has set up a dedicated Cthulhu Slippers Patreon page.

Recent posts by Natalie Metzger

Rewards
SATISFACTION!
$1 or more per month 7 patrons
- an enormous sense of well being for helping me create art
- "Thank You" credit on the Over-Encumbered site (unless you wish to remain anonymous)
- access to patron-only blog including behind the scenes look at my creative process and early releases of comics (when available)

- sometimes I will send you fun stuff like stickers or prints

- a fist bump

DINGLEPUFFED!
$2 or more per month 1 patron
- double the gratitude
- double fist bump
- everything in the lower tiers
REFRESHING SPRITZ!
$3 or more per month 5 patrons
- exclusive patron wallpapers
- access to Over-Encumbered ebooks and other self-published ebooks (when available)

- plus everything in the lower tiers
LUCKCHICKEN!
$5 or more per month 7 patrons
- textless comics
- high resolution comics
- plus everything in the lower tiers
GIFTHORSE!
$10 or more per month 1 patron
- one custom social media avatar (restrictions apply)
- plus everything in the lower tiers
DIAMOND-TIPPED AWESOME!
$20 or more per month 0 of 25 patrons
- I will draw a creature based on your request (one per patron, restrictions apply) including digital file and one signed print of your commission
- plus everything in the lower tiers