VoltageShootis creating stuff that might pass as art
Just like the tier above, this ball gives access to the Discord server under a specialized patron role. "Volt Switches"
1. Grants access to Patron exclusive content.
2. Bomb's Away! - Commemorative sticky to show your dedication
3. Getting you patched up! - Voltageshoot patch marking your community outreach!
*$10 off any SOLO package with proof of pledge (Bomb's Away Sticker).
Several years ago, during one of my college classes, I was given the opportunity to create a class video. Completely off curriculum the video would eventually spark my interest in filming and directing.
I started my journey to become a cinematographer. Most of my inspiration came from YouTube, the platform I'm currently creating for, and the sensation I feel when I'm on location.
Years deep into filming and connecting with the cosplay community I'm about ready to expand my reach, improve my equipment and hopefully dive into more cinematic content as well as recreating things that I find amusing.
The goal of my Patreon is to give back to the community that has helped me do what I love. Sure you'll see tiers and a few of the tiers will give you rewards but my Patreon is not aimed towards specific individuals.
The more people give the more I can give back to everyone. Meaning once I hit my goals everyone I connect with will be receiving the goal's benefits, not just my patrons.
Perfect example would be my $1000 goal "Ceaseless Cinematics" where anyone who approaches me at a convention will receive free videos of their work whether a Patron or not. Example of a SOLO here:
I've done a small breakdown on where your money will be going towards in my goals section. The idea is to sustain myself so I can constantly work for you. Of course I'll start uploading personal content that I enjoy but the idea is to be able to pick up my camera, head out the door and film anything I can, giving me more content and giving all of you quality work you can advertise yourself with. Or even just watching stuff you enjoy seeing.
More to come real soon! Still updating as I go on in the meantime I'll be taking life frame by frame.
Let's create a wonderful community!
Filming might seem free, but editing is not! To use the entry level editing software on my computer costs $49.99 a month.
Reaching $50 would help with that payment and potentially dip into other more intense software. (Can anyone say special FX?)