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The REAL Cost of Running a Kickstarter


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-By Guest Blogger: Sam Flegal In March of 2016 I ran a successful Kickstarter to fund my book “The Illustrated Havamal.” With the help of 472 backers,  I raised $35,108 for the project. As I was running the campaign, I spoke to Dan Dos Santos about the idea of writing an article on running a Kickstarter and submitting it to Muddy Colors. Dan's response was that everyone wants to do an article about running a…

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Smart School Enrollment Closes Today!


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February 20, 2019 -   Smart School is one of the best online art programs available for aspiring illustrators. Many Muddy Colors contributors conduct mentorships through this very program. Classes run every Spring and Fall, and enrollment for the upcoming Spring Semester CLOSES TODAY! There is undoubtedly a Smart School class for an artist of any level. But the fact that these programs are actual mentorships (and not a pre-planned or pre-recorded courses), makes them especially valuable to artists who are at a creative standstill, and need serious, professional critique on how THEY SPECIFICALLY can get better. The mentorships include live demonstrations, paintovers of your work, lectures, and visiting guests and Art Directors. You simply can't ask for a better art course. There are some incredible instructors to choose from, and choosing a class will also get you access to…

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