Noah Kroeseis creating Illustrations and Comics
What you get: Early updates! Like what? Behind the scenes snapshots, process sketches, brand spankin’ new panels, character concepts, finished pages, etc. See how it's made and see stuff before anyone else. It's like winning a golden ticket from Willy Wonka, except without the singing and horrible things happening to misbehaving children.
What you get: All the previous rewards AND access to drawing videos featuring sketches, process drawings, screw ups, tips and techniques, my dumb face, insights into how and why I work, etc.
What you get: All the previous rewards AND PDF Poster downloads (1/month). Print them! Hang them in your cubicle or dorm room or jail cell (no judgement). AND once a month I’ll answer your questions in video form about drawing, freelance illustration, making comics, how and why I do what I do, my astrological sign, etc.
About Noah Kroese
Long Story Short:(For whole enchilada, watch the video.)
What I Do:
Why I Need You:
I'm poor. But I AM rich in my desire to make cool stuff and share it. Also Simpson's quotes. So...not a whole lot of for REALS valuable stuff. So I need you to help me make fun, weird stuff and put it out into the world.
What You Get:
This. And also stuff like this. Namely: Cool posters, sketches, process videos, character concepts, and all manner of radness. And you'll basically be a publisher/investor in books created by the same fevered imagination that ginned this stuff up.
What I'm crazy excited about:
Introducing “The Adventurer”, my brand-spankin' new book about a curious and fearless inventor and explorer named Chuck, her dumpy, sullen teenage brother Lug, a doomed Victorian expedition, and the search for a treasure with a curse so dark it stains history. It will be EPIC.
I’m crazy, crazy excited about this new book. Why? It has everything that’s worth having in a book (if you’re the same sort of weird I am): long-forgotten treasure, a dark curse, exotic locations, terrifying monsters, ancient machines, abandoned cities, and dumb jokes.
What do you say? Want to join the adventure?
Also, thank you. Like, a million times.
If you want to learn more about my previous book, "Saturday", click HERE.
If you want to see some of my freelance illustration work, click HERE.