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Access to private posts (and a mailing list if you want - contact me!), including previews of artwork as it's being created, new restorations, discussion of upcoming projects, links to material which isn't publicly available, and other surprises. I can also provide free Ebooks, including Cratchit & Company and The Chosen Ones Volume 1, and links to content - just email me about it!
Mailing list access, links to rare material if requested. A lot of my work is secret! You may be eligible to be sent original artwork (by snail mail) if you request it via email. I can answer questions also.
Mailing list access, links to rare material if requested. A lot of my work is secret! You may be eligible to be sent original artwork (by snail mail) if you request it via email. I can answer questions also. You are eligible to submit requests for what my next piece of artwork should be, which I may draw as time allows. You can submit requests for which of my DVD/film work to be reuploaded, as time allows (and if I want to).
About Garrett Gilchrist
I've been creating art and writing films since the late 90s. You might have seen my superheroine film Shamelessly She-Hulk, my work animating lost episodes of Doctor Who, or my restoration of Richard Williams' unfinished animated classic The Thief and the Cobbler.
I am currently directing an hourlong low budget animated feature for release in 2020. Since late 2015 I have also been directing and creating a webseries which will probably be released officially in 2020. I am also remastering my 2007-8 Marvel superheroine film Shamelessly She-Hulk with new effects and previously unseen scenes, which you can see on Youtube. For the past few years I have been illustrating cover art for indie retro video game releases, and I continue to do so as time allows.
Art can create new worlds, on the page and on the screen. Art shouldn't be designed by committee. Art should have a unique style and point of view. Art should say something about how the artist perceives the world. If I look back at the art which inspired me in high school, it was uncompromising and unique, and not aimed at a mass audience. That is a spark I would like to capture in my own work.
I have my own stories to tell, entire worlds for you to enjoy and get lost in. In the past I've written fourteen screenplays and one and a half novels.
The problem is always time and money. As an artist in this economy, I never seem to have any money, and chasing the money I need to survive takes up all my time. I've always been ambitious, and the big, exciting projects I'm working on deserve my full attention.
With your help, I can achieve and create much more, and push the boundaries of what is possible.
I promise you that every month I'll be creating and posting exciting new art, stories and content for you to enjoy. I will also continue to restore rare film and video.
And if you're a patron, I'll be showing you the work I'm creating as I'm creating it. You'll see it all first, and see stuff that no one else gets to see. You'll be my test audience as well, and your opinions will shape the final product. So talk to me.
I can also send you my original artwork and other stuff, answer questions, send you links to rare stuff, discuss things in more detail. Just ask. You can email me personally.
If you support these projects, I promise you that together we'll create amazing things.
You can also donate (or commission artwork) at http://orangecow.org.